KIA Tigers outfielder Na Seong-beom is showing a ‘crazy home run pace’. He hit 13 homers in 44 games after returning from injury. If he hadn’t 메이저사이트 been hurt, he could have even challenged for 40 home runs in the season.
Na Seong-beom started as the third hitter and right fielder in the match against Munhak SSG Landers on September 1st and contributed to the team’s 10-2 victory with 4 at-bats, 3 hits, 1 home run, 5 RBIs, 1 run and 1 walk.
On this day, Na Seong-beom stepped down with a shortstop fly ball in the first at-bat in the first inning, and then scored a 1-to-0 lead in the second at-bat with a chance of 2nd out and 2nd base in the top of the 3rd inning.
Na Seong-beom returned to the first team after mid-June due to a long-term calf injury this season. However, Na Seong-beom has appeared in 44 games since returning to the first team, showing his batting ability with a batting average of 0.349, 60 hits, 13 home runs, 42 RBI, on-base percentage of 0.411, and slugging percentage of 0.645.
In particular, his overwhelming home run production pace, hitting 13 home runs in 44 games, stands out. If Na Seong-beom had completed the season without injury, he would be able to challenge for the 40th home run in the season.
After the game that day, Na Seong-beom said, “It’s fortunate that I seem to be maintaining a good hitting feeling lately. “As a team-oriented hitter, he focused on producing RBIs in opportunity situations, which led to good results, and I am happy that he contributed to the team’s victory by recording 5 RBIs today,” he said.
Na Seong-beom continued, “In today’s game, I was able to play well not because I did well, but because I created many chances as a table setter. I want to say thanks to his fellow players. “I am grateful that so many KIA fans came to the baseball stadium today, and I will do my best in every game to maintain this good atmosphere for a long time,” he said.