Defendant is a retired pitcher with no first-team record, not a second-generation baseball player

It has been reported that Kim Ha-sung, who had the best season this season, not only achieved career high but also won his first Gold Glove since his debut, recently submitted a complaint after being blackmailed and threatened by his junior A. According to OSEN reports, A is not a second-generation baseball player, but an unknown pitcher who has no record of playing in the first division.

Before going to the Major League, Kim Ha-sung had an argument with A at a drinking party and even got into a physical fight, and Kim Ha-sung paid the player settlement money to settle the situation. However, when A kept asking for money and valuables, he eventually sued A for blackmail and intimidation.

Kim Ha-sung’s agency, Summit Management, said on the 7th, “As reported, Kim Ha-sung filed a complaint against him because he was constantly blackmailed and threatened by a junior player and attended the police station yesterday to complete the investigation of the complainant.” 메이저 토토사이트

Summit Management also said, “We ask for your understanding that it is difficult to tell you the details as the case is currently under investigation, and we will be able to convey a specific position according to the progress of the investigation in the future. In addition, we respectfully ask you to refrain from reporting on areas where facts have not been confirmed.”

Meanwhile, Kim Ha-sung played in 152 games this season and recorded a batting average of .26 (140 hits in 538 at-bats) with 17 home runs, 60 RBIs, 84 runs, and 38 steals. Unfortunately, he failed to achieve 20 home runs and 40 steals, but he had his best season since his big league debut in 2021, making him look forward to next season even more.

Kim Ha-sung, who played shortstop and third base in his first year since debut, played shortstop instead of Fernando Tatis Jr. last year. As Xander Bogaerts moved to the second base this season, Kim Ha-sung moved to the second base. Depending on the situation, he showed off his all-around talent by playing third base and shortstop.

Kim Ha-sung, who was named as a finalist in the National League (NL) second baseman and two utility categories, had the honor of being selected as the winner over Mookie Betts (LA Dodgers) and Tommy Edman (St. Louis Cardinals).

Kim Ha-sung, who was shortlisted in the NL shortstop category last year but failed to win the prize, finally succeeded in winning the prize this year. Kim Ha-sung, the first Korean player to receive the Major League Gold Glove, became the second Asian player after Ichiro Suzuki. Ichiro is an outfielder and won the Gold Glove Award for 10 consecutive years when he was playing for the Seattle Mariners from 2001 to 2010. Kim Ha-sung made history as the first Asian infielder to win the prize.

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