“I made up my mind from the first pitch” The son of a wrestler, the first hit of his debut at bat, thrilled

Kim Jae-sang (19), a rookie Samsung infielder, reported a thrilling first hit in his debut at-bat. 

Kim Jae-sang started as second baseman 9 times in the 3rd game of the season against KT in the 2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League held at Suwon KT Wiz Park on the 30th and recorded 1 hit in 4 at-bats. 

Kim Jae-sang, who made his first start in his debut, took his first at-bat in the 3rd inning against 0-0 with no runners. Rookie’s bat was unstoppable. As soon as he appeared, he received the first fastball from KT submarine fire bowler Eom Sang-baek and reported a right-handed hit. It was the moment when he got his first hit in the first pitch of his debut at-bat. 

Kim Jae-sang is an infielder resource who came out of the Gyeonggi High School and was nominated in the 28th place in the 3rd round by Samsung in the 2023 rookie draft. At the time of the draft, he drew attention as the son of Kim In-seop, a gold medalist in wrestling at the 1998 Asian Games in Bangkok and the 2002 Asian Games in Busan, Samsung Life Coach.메이저사이트

Kim Jae-sang, who started the season in the Futures League and recorded a batting average of 20% in 13 games, was finally called by coach Park Jin-man on the 25th, and on the 29th he made his first team stage as a major runner in the match against Suwon KT. Kim Jae-sang finally got his first chance to start as Ji-chan Kim was absent due to a hamstring injury that day, and he succeeded in leaving a strong impression from his first at-bat.

After the game, Kim Jae-sang said, “I feel better because I got a hit right in the first at-bat. He said, “I was very nervous during defense, but I tried to concentrate until the end.” 

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