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Korean leaguers also go to MLB… Take note of Kim Ha-seong’s leap and Ryu Hyun-jin’s comeback

Korean major leaguers start a full-fledged start with the start of the new season.

The major leagues will begin their campaign on the 31st. There are three Korean major leaguers who are starting their season in the big leagues this year: Ha-seong Kim (San Diego Padres), Ji-man Choi, and Bae Ji-hwan (Pittsburgh Pirates).

They adjust their condition through demonstration games and are waiting for the opening.

Kim Ha-seong, who is in his 3rd year in the big leagues, is aiming for a leap forward.

Kim Ha-seong, who played an active role as the team’s main shortstop last year, will take the main position to second base this year with the addition of large shortstop Xander Bogarts throughout the winter.

Since the first season of his big league debut, his defense has already been recognized as he has digested various positions. Here he can further solidify his position if he develops further up to the offense.

Kim Ha-seong recorded a batting average of 0.241, 4 RBIs, 6 points and 3 steals in 10 demonstration games.

Kim Ha-seong showed confidence, saying, “I always play with confidence in the defense department. I think this year’s batting will be better than last year.”

Choi Ji-man, who left the Tampa Bay Rays due to a trade at the end of last year, will start his first season in Pittsburgh.

Choi Ji-man, who was unable to show off his skills while running with elbow pain last year, removed the risk through surgery and rehabilitation last winter.

This season, performance has a more important meaning to Choi Ji-man. When he finishes the 2023 season, he can qualify as a free agent (FA) for the first time in his life.

Choi Ji-man, who starts the season with clear motivation, can increase the possibility of becoming a FA jackpot depending on his performance. 바카라

Bae Ji-hwan, who plays on the same team as Choi Ji-man, succeeded in joining the opening roster for the first time after moving to the United States in 2018.

Bae Ji-hwan, who can handle both infield and outfield defense and has quick feet, competes in the big leagues with his versatility.

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