San Diego Padres Kim Ha-sung (29) of the Major League Baseball (MLB) ranked 88th in the list of active players selected in the U.S.
MLB Network, an MLB specialized broadcasting channel, selects the 100 best active players and releases their rankings one by one. It announced the rankings from 81st to 100th in major leaguers on the 7th (Korea Standard Time).라바카지노도메인
Kim Ha-sung, who failed to make it to the top 100 last year, ranked 88th on the list that was made public on the day. He ranked higher than Matt Chapman (89th), an infielder who hit 155 home runs, Jordan Montgomery (90th, free agent) and Nathan Ivaldi (91st, Texas) who contributed to the Texas Rangers World Series last year.
Making his first debut in the big league with the San Diego Padres in 2021, Kim posted a batting average of 0.260 to 140 hits, 17 homers, 60 RBIs and 38 stolen bases (OPS) of 0.749 in 152 games last year, the highest since his debut. He set his personal best in home runs, RBIs and stolen bases in a single season.
After the season, Kim Ha-sung received the honor of receiving a gold glove given to the best defender in each position. He was named the winner in the utility category and became the first Korean to receive a gold glove.
Kim Ha-sung will become a free agent after this season. Although there are mutual options with the club in 2025, it is unlikely that Kim Ha-sung, whose value has soared, will postpone the exercise of FA rights.
Meanwhile, William Contreras of the Milwaukee Brewers and Wilson Contreras of the St. Louis Cardinals ranked 81st and 82nd, respectively. Japanese outfielder Seiya Suzuki of the Chicago Cubs ranked 84th.