‘3 on base + 3 RBIs’ Korean-Japanese outfielder who put a dagger in his parent’s home, it’s too much to spend for one year

It is a waste of ability to use only for one year. Ahn Kwon-soo (30), who had to return to Japan after only playing for one season, put a dagger into his parents Doosan in his Lotte debut match. 

Ahn Kwon-soo started as a center fielder in the opening game against Doosan in the 2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League held at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul on the 1st, and played 6 at-bats, 2 hits, 3 RBIs, 1 walk and 1 point. Although the team suffered a game-off loss after a close match in the 11th inning, Ahn Kwon-soo solidified his leadoff position with one game.  메이저사이트

Ahn Kwon-soo, who learned the atmosphere of the opening game with a strikeout in the first inning and a foul fly to the left fielder in the second inning, scored a timely hit with one out and two RBIs in the fourth inning, behind 1-3. In 1B-1S, Doosan starter Raul Alcantara’s third pitch, 152km fastball, was sent to the left fielder. 

Ahn Kwon-soo’s true value was revealed again in the last regular inning. In the 9th inning, behind 8-9, Doosan finisher Hong Kun-hee’s first fastball with a chance on third base, leading to a tie with 1 RBI. It was the moment that signaled an overtime game, not the end of the game. Afterwards, Ahn Kwon-soo picked out a walk at the end of the 7th pitch after one out in the 11th inning, and even scored when Jack Rex’s 1st RBI hit at the right time. 

Ahn Kwon-soo is a third-generation Korean-Japanese baseball player. After graduating from Waseda University in Japan, he played baseball in the Japanese independent league and business league, and auditioned for the 2020 KBO draft tryout held in August 2019 to achieve his dream of becoming a professional in the country of his grandfather. And he was nominated by Doosan with the 99th overall pick in the 10th round of the rookie draft.

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