Survived kt transfer student Kim Sang-soo, ‘tok-tok’ as the spearhead of the lower batting line

 In professional baseball kt wiz, the center batting line and the lower batting line have recently been off-beat.

Kang Baek-ho, Anthony Alford, and Park Byung-ho are wielding hard hits every day, but the weight of the lower batting order has decreased and they have not been able to demonstrate cohesion.

This is because injured players such as outfielder Bae Jung-dae and infielder Hwang Jae-gyun have appeared one after another.

On the 16th, kt called up Kang Hyeon-woo, the “third catcher,” to the first team to increase the competitiveness of the lower lineup. It was a decision to use backup catcher Kim Jun-tae as the designated hitter.메이저놀이터

The match against Hanwha Eagles held at KT Wiz Park in Suwon on this day was a game that showed how scary kt’s lower batting line could be when it exploded.

In the first inning, when starting pitcher Nam Ji-min of the opposing team suffered from difficulty in pitching, kt turned around and scored 7 runs.

kt, who usually focused on hits in the center line and was silent in the bottom line and lost a lot of scoring opportunities, won a great victory with the top and bottom lines showing an organic appearance on this day.

On this day, kt’s bottom line was led by Kim Sang-soo (33), a “transfer student”.

In the bottom of the first inning, leading 5-0, he hit a double with two RBIs to the left of the left fielder with one out, first and third base, and punched the Hanwha mound.

He led the way in the 4th inning and produced a hit, and also scored an RBI in the 5th.

Kim Sang-soo contributed to the team’s 14-2 victory by posting 2 hits and 3 RBIs in 3 at-bats.

Kim Sang-soo, who we met after the game, said, “The recent team flow has not been good.”

He said, “I am a player kt wanted,” and promised, “I am working on every game with the thought that I have to live up to the expectations of the team.

Kim Sang-soo, who was a franchise star of the Samsung Lions, acquired the qualification as a free agent (FA) last winter and wore a kt uniform for a total of 2.9 billion won over 4 years.

Kim Sang-soo is becoming like a sweet rain to kt, which was suffering from resource shortages in the infield.

He was sluggish, recording a batting average in the low 20% range until the middle of this month, but recently revived and raised his batting average to 0.282 for the season.

He is also holding a spot with a stable appearance in defense.

Kim Sang-soo said, “I wanted to erase the story that I was suffering from an aging curve (a curve that shows skills according to age) while transferring to kt.”

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