Neat defense → Approaching 30% → 2.9 billion is not worth it… Transfer shortstop from kt “I wanted to show that I was competitive”

“Adaptation is over.”

KT Wiz Kim Sang-soo left the Samsung Lions and came to kt on the condition of receiving a total of 2.9 billion won for 4 years after the end of last season.

Although it is still early in the season, Kim Sang-soo is showing more than 200% performance, not 100%. As a starter in all 11 games the team has played, he is doing very well with a batting average of 0.282, 11 hits, 8 RBIs and 5 runs scored먹튀검증. Even on defense, there is only one mistake.

Considering that it was 0.251 last season and 0.235 the year before last, it is a very good figure.

In the match against Hanwha Eagles held at Suwon KT Wiz Park on the 16th, Kim Sang-soo added strength to the team with active defense and body movements in the lower batting order. Kim Sang-soo made a big success with 2 hits and 3 RBIs in 3 at-bats. He also showed a sharp jump catch in the first inning as well as a stable defense, adding to his air defense power.

Kim Sang-soo, whom we met after the game, said, “The adaptation is over. Now that I am a senior, I wanted to show myself at the baseball field,” he said. “From the beginning of the game, he created a good chance in front. He had no choice but to concentrate. I tried to hit it aggressively,” he said.

“The team needed me, so I came. I am feeling it right now. I am working hard because the coach and the coaching staff want it.”

scary. If you think of Kim Sang-soo in recent years, you may be unfamiliar with his current appearance. It is true that his performances over the past few years have been somewhat disappointing.

Kim Sang-soo said, “I wanted to erase the story about the aging curve. He wanted to show that he was competitive. I wanted to make him feel that he was still young because he was all over. He’s early in the season, but he wanted to show. I am satisfied,” he said.

He is 34 years old in Korea, but Kim Sang-soo is the youngest member of the infield team. Park Kyung-soo, Park Byeong-ho, and Hwang Jae-gyun are holding on. So it’s rather comfortable.

Kim Sang-soo said, “Our team has a good harmony between seniors and young players. The seniors try to lead well, and the juniors try to follow well,” he said. The coach also gives me strength to play as much as I can at the baseball field. I am always grateful.” He smiled.

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