‘I hate defensive shifts!’ Hitting machine blasts fire at hit stealer, are you being too hard on me?

‘Isn’t it just me?

Kim Hyun-soo, who repeatedly had his hits stolen by KIA’s defensive shifts after hitting good pitches, was unhappy with Kim Sun-bin, who kept handling his balls.

In the top of the sixth inning of the game between LG and KIA at KIA Champions Field in Gwangju on July 27, with KIA leading 5-3, Kim Hyun-soo came to bat.

Kim Hyun-soo hit a pitch from Yang Hyun-jong with the bases loaded and 2B S2. He swung with his back out of the way, but the ball was straight and looked like it would be a hit in front of the right fielder.

However, the KIA defense was making a defensive shift. Kim Sun-bin, who was playing in front of the right fielder, was able to catch the ball in front of him with time to spare and throw out Kim Hyun-soo.

Kim Hyun-soo, who thought he was going to get a hit, was disappointed. Kim Hyun-soo, who was running to first base, put his hands on his hips and looked at Kim Sun-bin in disbelief.

KIA’s infielders made extreme defensive shifts whenever Kim Hyun-soo came up. The same thing happened in the previous game 메이저놀이터.

In the third and eighth innings, Kim Hyun-soo hit two infield ground balls, both of which went to Kim Sun-bin in a defensive shift.

There was a moment when the frustrated Kim Hyun-soo went head-to-head with Kim Sun-bin.

In the bottom of the eighth inning, Kim was heading to the dugout for an inning change after Kim flied out to center field.

Kim looked at Kim and pointed to the second base infield as if to say, “Don’t go there,” and Kim raised his finger at Kim and said, “Don’t hit that way,” with a wry smile.

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