Kim Ha-seong throws, Choi Ji-man catches, and it’s a rare moment in American Major League Baseball.
This is the first time Korean players on defense have combined to get an out.
Reporter Kwon Sol.
Third baseman Kim Ha-seong quickly scoops up a fast grounder.
He turns and throws the ball to first base, where Choi Ji-Man makes a perfect catch.
Kim and Choi were in sync throughout the game.
The LA Dodgers’ Enrique Hernandez hit a high, bouncing ball, which also went through Kim and out of Choi’s hands.
It was the first time the Korean beasts had ever combined to get an out in the major leagues.
As Kim Ha-seong steps up to the plate, the crowd erupts in cheers.
“Kim Ha-Sung! Ha Sung Kim!”
His run-scoring instincts, which have been on fire lately, were on full display today.
He somehow manages to hit a hard ball, extending his hitting streak to 12 games.
With a walk and a hit by pitch, Kim Ha-seong reached base multiple times today.
That’s 14 games in a row.
If he has another multi-hit game tomorrow against the Dodgers, he will reach a significant milestone as an Asian player.메이저놀이터
He will tie the record for most multi-hit games by an Asian player in Major League Baseball, set by Japanese baseball star Ichiro in 2007.
I’m Kwon Sol of Channel A News.