KIA Kim Do-young, 30 home runs, and 30 steals are also possible

Kim Do-young, shortstop of the KIA Tigers in professional baseball, is becoming the spearhead of the KIA’s leading race based on his fearsome power. In particular, some predict that not only 20 home runs and 20 steals, which are the representative indicators of the Hotajun people, but also 50 home runs and 50 steals are possible at this pace.먹튀검증

Kim Do-young contributed to his team’s 6-4 victory by scoring two hits and one walk, one RBI and two runs in four at-bats against the professional baseball Kiwoom Heroes at Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul on the 24th. Kim Do-young, the third batter, especially contributed to turning the game around by hitting a come-from-behind RBI triple in the sixth inning when his team was facing 1-1.

In fact, what has become more of a hot topic than Kim’s recent hits is homers that boast tremendous flying distance. Of the 254 homers that hit in the Korean pro baseball league as of Tuesday, 19 had flown over 130 meters in flying distance. Having hit three 130 meters in flying distance, Kim is the player who hit the most homers over 130 meters along with Mel Rojas Jr. (kt wiz).

In particular, the first home run at Gocheok Sky Dome on the 23rd was a huge home run that fell on the top of the left fence after hitting the ceiling directly at Gocheok Sky Dome. It was hard to guess how far it would have gone without the ceiling.

Kim Do-young has already made 10 steals with nine homers this month alone, and is about to achieve a monthly record of 10 homers-10 steals that no one has achieved in 42 years in the KBO League. With a batting average of 0.324 (33 hits in 102 times at bat), nine homers, 21 RBIs, 22 runs and 10 steals in 25 games, he is expected to hit 30 home runs.

The 30-30 club has only six players in the professional baseball league, indicating that they are players with both long-distance and mobility. They include Park Jae-hong (then Hyundai Unicorns), Lee Jong-beom, Hong Hyun-woo (Hae-tae Tigers), Lee Byung-kyu (LG Twins), Jay Davis (Hanwha Eagles), and Eric Thames (NC Dinos).

“I played the game thinking, ‘What kind of home run is that? Let’s get one hit per day,'” Kim said. “I’ve had a lot of long hitters lately, but I don’t really swing with long hitters in mind. I’m swinging my lower body first, using less right hand. I play the game with the thought of doing my best in what I can.”

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