Kim Ha-Sung gets a big salute for each catch

San Diego Padres’ Kim Ha-seong got off to a good start with a big salute from his “four-year-old brother,” Dominican outfielder Rosario Igui, who has been working with him on batting practice.

Kim Ha-seong takes batting practice before an exhibition game against the Los Angeles Dodgers at the San Diego Padres’ spring training site at the Peoria Sports Complex in Peoria, Arizona, U.S., on March 23 (KST).

After a warm-up and fielding drills, 스포츠토토 Kim moved to Field 2 to take batting practice with his teammates.

Kim coordinated his batting with a sharp swing and even received a big salute from Igui Rosario, who had been batting with him. After receiving Rosario’s salute, Kim showed his affection by gently touching his cheek with his right hand.

Kim started the day’s exhibition game at shortstop, batting fifth. With the bases loaded in the bottom of the second inning and his team trailing 8-0, Kim took a first-pitch pitch from Los Angeles Dodgers starter Gavin Stone and smashed it into the left-field seats. It was his first hit of the exhibition game and the team’s first hit of the day.

In his next at-bat in the bottom of the fourth inning, Kim drew a walk. Dodgers left-hander Alex Vecchia, who came on after Gavin Stone, failed to put four consecutive pitches in the strike zone, resulting in a straight fly ball. Kim, 카지노사이트 추천 who finished the game 1-for-1 in two at-bats, was replaced by Mason McCoy in center field in the top of the fifth inning.

Kim took batting practice with his teammates to prepare for the game.

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