‘Transfer + surgery’ BOS, leaving the Keystone combination… Ha-seong Kim’s value

“There is a big hole in Boston’s infield.”

On the 11th (hereinafter Korean time), MLB.com, the official homepage of the US Major League, reported that ‘Boston infielder Trevor Story underwent surgery to strengthen the collateral ligament in his right elbow’. 슬롯사이트 It took about 4-6 months from surgery to recovery.

Bad news overlapped with the Boston infield. Recently, Zander Bogarts, the main shortstop, obtained free agency status and transferred to the San Diego Padres for 280 million dollars (approximately 346.7 billion won) in 11 years.

In 150 games last year, Bogarts was a strength in both offense and defense with 30.7 and 15 homers. Story left a batting average of .238 last year. Story was scheduled to represent the United States in the WBC (World Baseball Classic) to be held in March, but he was canceled.

Following the departure of Bogatz, Story lost all of the Keystone combinations as he was also taken out of surgery. MLB.com said, “Story was chosen as a potential shortstop candidate after Bogarts left,” and was concerned that “there was a hole in the infield.”

Boston naturally had no choice but to look at the free agent market. MLB.com pointed out, “There are six shortstops left in the free agent market, including Jose Iglesias.”

Kim Ha-seong, who will have to compete with the transfer of Bogatz, 슬롯사이트 can also be one of the targets of interest. Some local media also raised rumors of Kim Ha-sung’s trade.

Kim Ha-seong showed a way of adapting to the major leagues by recording a batting average of .251 and 11 home runs in 150 games last year.

For Boston, Kim Ha-seong, who can digest both second baseman and shortstop, is bound to be an attractive resource. The urgent thing became Boston.

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