KIA Kim Do-young Achieves Record, First Time in KBO

KIA Kim Do-young Achieves Record of ‘10 Home Runs and 10 Stolen Bases Per Month’ for the First Time in KBO

Kim Do-young (20, KIA Tigers) achieved ‘10 home runs and 10 stolen bases per month’ for the first time in the Korean professional baseball KBO league.

Kim Do-young appeared as the lead hitter in the top of the 5th inning with the team leading 3-0 in a visiting professional baseball game against the Kiwoom Heroes held at Gocheok Sky Dome in Guro-gu, Seoul on the 25th, targeting Kim Seon-gi’s first pitch fastball of 143 km/h and hitting a solo arch that went over the center fence. I drew it.

This is Kim Do-young’s 10th home run of the season. 온라인카지노

Kim Do-young, who could not hit a single home run in March, hit 10 home runs in 21 games in April.

He has already stolen 11 bases.

10 home runs and 10 stolen bases per month is a record that even Eric Thames (NC Dinos at the time) in 2015, who had 40 home runs and 40 RBIs, could not achieve.

The player who came close to this record before Kim Do-young was Son A-seop (currently NC), who played in the Lotte Giants uniform in August 2017.

At that time, Son A-seop recorded 9 home runs and 10 stolen bases.

Kim Do-young is called the ‘second Lee Jong-beom’ in 2022 and was first nominated to KIA.

However, due to injuries, he only hit 3 home runs in 2022 and 7 home runs in 2023.

This year, before April was even out, he had hit 10 home runs.

He succeeded in stealing 11 bases by utilizing his unique power.

Before the game, Kiwoom coach Hong Won-ki warned, “Kim Do-young’s momentum is so hot that he’s on the verge of burning.”

Kim Do-young’s fiery bat exploded again on this day, leaving his first record in the KBO league.

Kim Do-young continued his scoring streak in 12 consecutive games, tying the Tigers team record.

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