Ha-sung Kim Miami trade card? “He’s a solid shortstop, he’s good at offense, but the problem is… ”

Kim Ha-seong (28‧ San Diego) is unintentionally crossing the vast American continent during this offseason. Teams in need of a shortstop are everywhere, and San Diego, which seemingly has room for the position, is getting attention in the trade market.

San Diego signed an 11-year, $280 million contract with All-Star shortstop Zander Bogarts this offseason. There is a possibility that Fernando Tatis Jr., who will return in the middle of the season, will be moved to the outfield from the drug suspension, and Kim Ha-seong, who was the main shortstop last year, will be moved to second base. However, the local media is constantly curious that San Diego needs a starting pitcher, and that there is a possibility of trading Kim Ha-seong if there is a team that offers a suitable card.

While Atlanta, LA Dodgers, and Boston have been associated with Kim Ha-sung at least once, the team that has recently emerged is Miami. Miami is in need of a shortstop again after trading their starting shortstop, Miguel Rojas, to the Los Angeles Dodgers. As a result, prospects were raised that right-hander Pablo Lopez (27), who won 10 wins last year, could be traded for Kim Ha-seong, drawing attention.

It is evaluated that it is a trade rumor that makes enough sense. ‘CBS’, a national broadcasting network in the United States, explored this possibility through its podcast program on the 19th (Korean time). In conclusion, Miami needs a shortstop rather than second baseman, Ha-seong Kim is a property with good room for development in defense as well as offense, but it was the point that San Diego’s plan would be known only after a little more time. 메이저놀이터

Columnist Aram Layton, who appeared on the ‘CBS’ program, said, “I was 26 years old last year. Just as we forgot that he was young for a while, he is a player from overseas and I think it is important that he went through two seasons to adapt.”

“Undoubtedly, the offense in the first season was a bit lumpy,” Leighton said. And you could see that he built on that experience to make his adjusted point production (wRC+) a plus of 105 last year.” And he was better in the second half. I think he is a player who can achieve a wRC+ that is 10-15% above average.”

He then defined, “Ha-seong Kim, who can attack while playing excellent defense, is a really solid shortstop.” However, he said that it was too early to give a definite answer about the possibility of a trade. This is because San Diego’s positional traffic control has not been clearly done yet. It was predicted that this would determine whether San Diego would put Kim Ha-seong on the market or not.