Kim Ha-seong (28) of San Diego shared his thoughts on completing his third season in the Major League.
Ha-seong Kim posted on his Instagram on the 4th, “Hello. The 2023 season has concluded. “I would like to thank the fans for their passionate support so that we could play baseball happily this season,” he said, greeting the fans.토토사이트
Ha-seong Kim, who signed a four-year, $28 million contract with San Diego in the 2020 season, had his best season this season with a batting average of .206 (140 hits in 538 at-bats) in 152 games, 17 home runs, 60 RBIs, 84 runs, and 38 stolen bases with an OPS of .749. In batting, it was disappointing that he could not continue his good pace until the end, but in defense, he showed top-class defense in the league at all positions in the infield, recording a WAR (Winnings Above Replacement Contribution) of 5.8 based on Baseball Reference, an American baseball statistics website, ranking 11th among fielders and 13th overall. occupied.
However, despite Ha-seong Kim’s performance, San Diego failed to advance to the postseason, recording 82 wins and 80 losses, ranking 3rd in the National League West Division and 6th in the Wild Card. They went 20-7 in the second half and finished the season with 5 consecutive wins, but it was disappointing that they started chasing too late. Kim Ha-seong’s pace dropped in the second half of the season, and he unfortunately failed to achieve 20 home runs and 40 stolen bases, with a batting average of .262 in 67 games (69 hits in 263 at-bats), 7 home runs, 29 RBIs, 40 runs, 22 steals, and an OPS of .727.
Ha-seong Kim pledged to perform well next season, saying, “I feel very disappointed, but I will prepare more thoroughly so that I can show a better performance than next season.”