‘Yazalzal’ Samsung’s Kang Min-ho, ‘4’ stolen bases → ‘4’ 0th season → ‘4’ 1st FA?

Baseball is played by those who are good at it. ‘Yajaljal’ seems to be the story of Kang Min-ho (37).

The Samsung Lions won 7-2 against the Hanwha Eagles in the 2023 Shinhan Bank Solar KBO League at Hanwha Life Eagles Park in Daejeon on Wednesday.

On this day, Kang Min-ho had another big game. In the top of the fourth inning, with his team trailing 0-2, Kang lined a single to right off Hanwha starter Felix Peña. It scored Jose Pirela from second base, setting the stage for Samsung’s comeback.

Kang Min-ho stole second base after the hit, taking away Hanwha Battery’s timing. Hanwha Battery was unable to respond to the move. His fourth stolen base of the season. He didn’t score as the follow-up hit didn’t go in, but this is typical of Kang Min-ho’s baseball sense and performance.

Kang Min-ho is 37 years old and will turn 38 in August. But he”s still at the top of his game. At the plate, he leads the league in almost every statistical category, including batting average at .298 (16th overall), seven home runs (tied for eighth), and 28 RBIs (12th). He also leads the pitchers with the best defence.

He joined the Lotte Giants in 2004 and was a franchise star. In 2018, he made his second free agency move to Samsung in a highly publicised deal. It’s been five years since then, but Kang is still going strong, and in 2021, he signed a three-year, $3.6 billion contract with Samsung.

Barring any changes, Kang could play his age 40 season in 2025, the final year of this contract, in the second half of the season to be exact. That would be a remarkable achievement. 스포츠토토

Given how difficult it is to develop a single outstanding catcher, a fourth free agency is possible at this point. You never know what’s going to happen, but Kang Min-ho’s stellar performance has made us believe that he can make it happen.

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