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Kim Ha-seong, who has stopped, will he challenge for the record in the remaining 10 games if he is in good condition?

Kim Ha-seong (28, San Diego), who was running without hesitation, stopped. He is causing even greater disappointment as he has only 3 home runs and 4 stolen bases left to reach the record.

Ha-Seong Kim was excluded from the starting lineup for three consecutive games until the game on the 20th (Korean time) due to abdominal pain. He is still missing from the team after his sudden absence on the 18th. The San Diego Union Tribune reported, “The team’s medical staff said it was not a major problem, but the pain has been there for several days. I feel very bad. “We are still waiting for the medical team’s opinion,” he said.

This season, Ha-seong Kim has played in 143 games and is recording a batting average of 0.265, 17 home runs, 58 RBI, 81 runs, 36 stolen bases, an on-base percentage of 0.356, a slugging percentage of 0.407, and an OPS of 0.763. He showed off his best performance and became a national star within three seasons of entering the major league. In particular, his growth accelerated after he took over as leadoff player.토토사이트

If Ha-seong Kim adds 3 home runs, he becomes the first Asian infielder to record 20 home runs and 20 stolen bases, and if he adds 4 stolen bases, he becomes the first Asian player to record 20 home runs and 40 stolen bases. However, he complained of abdominal pain and briefly stopped his record-seeking race. It looked like he was taking a breather at the threshold of the record.

San Diego has 10 games left, excluding the game against Colorado on the 20th. With advancement to the postseason virtually canceled, Kim Ha-seong also does not have to overdo it. However, the key is whether or not they will continue to challenge the record. If his physical condition improves, Kim Ha-seong is expected to be at a crossroads.

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