‘Kim Hye-sung is also going to Major League’ Kiwoom Heroes accepts Major League challenge after season

Kim Hye-sung of the Kiwoom Heroes has opened the way for his challenge to the Major League. U.S. local media also paid attention to Kim Hye-sung, who declared his official challenge to the Major League.헤라카지노주소

Kiwoom (CEO Wi Jae-min) officially announced on the afternoon of the 16th that it has decided to accept Kim Hye-sung’s intention to challenge the Major League.

Kim Hye-sung officially expressed his desire to advance to the Major League through the posting system after this season in a meeting with general manager Ko Hyung-wook earlier in the day.

Through internal discussions, the club agreed to collect opinions and actively support the will and will of players who expressed their intention to challenge the Major League.

When Kim Hye-sung’s intention to officially challenge the Major League was reported, MLB Trade Rumors, which specializes in the news of the U.S. Major League, expressed interest on the 17th, saying, “Kim Hye-sung does not have marketing power like famous KBO League FAs who tried to advance to the Major League, but he has hit .300 in the last three seasons.”

The media also mentioned that he was ranked ninth in the World Baseball Classic last year, and mentioned that he is a plus defender who can play with the second baseman as a shortstop.

At the same time, Kim Hye-sung added that although he is not a typical long hitter, he has a good pioneering eye and excellent contact ability.

Meanwhile, Kim Hye-sung will captain the 2024 season at the request of head coach Hong Won-ki.

Coach Hong Won-ki explained, “Kim Hye-sung not only has the leadership and leadership to lead young players, but also has experienced captaincy in various international competitions.”

Kim Hye-sung was appointed as the youngest captain in KBO league history through a team vote during the 2021 season, faithfully serving as a bridge between players, and has led the national team as a captain at the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games and the 2023 Asian Professional Baseball Championship (APBC).

“Challenge to the big stage itself is meaningful to me. As much as the team supports me, I want to prepare hard and bring good results for the rest of the year. I will do my best in everything I do as I always do,” Kim said.

Regarding the appointment of captain, he said, “I feel a sense of responsibility as I have taken on an important role in the team. As good seniors are in the team, I try to ask for a lot of help. I’m older than the 2021 season when I first captained the team, and the composition of the team has changed a lot. They have the same attitude, but I think I need to do a little better.”

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