“If the hyungs fall out because they’re old…”
Kim Sang-soo (33, KT Wiz) earned his second FA qualification after finishing last season.
After joining the Samsung Lions in the first round of nominations in 2009, he earned his first free agent qualification after the 2019 season. He stayed with Samsung for a total of 1.8 billion won over three years.바카라
He played more than 120 games in 3 years as a free agent and took center stage in the team’s infield. After receiving his second FA qualification, he signed a contract with KT for 4 years and 2.9 billion won.
After moving the team for the first time, he recorded a batting average of 2.5 in 23 games during the month of April, but succeeded in rebounding with a batting average of . 3.3 and 3 in 23 games in May. In June, his batting average was 303.9 in 16 games, giving him more power with the bat.
On the 17th and 18th, he was excluded due to symptoms of sore throat, but on the 20th he replaced Suwon Lotte and started with 2 hits and 1 point in 2 at-bats. swung a blow with
In the match against Lotte on the 22nd and the match against KIA on the 23rd, Kim Sang-soo, who recorded only one walk and one hit, respectively, played an active role with three hits again on the 24th. His batting average for the season was 3.5 li.
Although he was in free agency twice, Kim Sang-soo is the youngest when the team’s infield consists of first baseman Park Byeong-ho (37), second baseman Park Gyeong-soo (39), and third baseman Hwang Jae-gyun (36). To that extent, responsibility and passion follow.
Kim Sang-soo said, “The symptom of sore throat has improved a lot. The field players in the team are old and there are no replacements when they fall. I’m sorry.” coming out,” he said.
300 batting average, but he said, “The batting average figure is not very important. Aiming to get on base is leading to good results,” he smiled.
KT is on the rise with 8 wins and 2 losses in the last 10 games. Kim Sang-soo said, “The advantage of KT is that the starting pitcher is good, so it is possible to win a streak. We are reducing the minus 50% win rate. It is a team that can go up enough over time.” It’s fun. I feel good because baseball seems to be going the way I think.”
Leaving Samsung, where he had been with him for 14 years, and making a new start at KT. Kim Sang-soo said, “I wanted to erase the aging curve controversy when I came to KT.