Now we can see the real 40 stolen bases. The record of becoming the first Asian major leaguer to hit 20 home runs and 40 stolen bases is getting closer. San Diego Padres’ number one hitter Kim Ha-seong (28), ‘Awesome Kim’, struggled with no hits at the plate, but added one stolen base and recorded his… Continue reading ‘Dizzy’ Kim Ha-seong almost got injured… Now I really see 40 stolen bases
The Kia Tigers couldn’t break their losing streak in the first game of a three-game weekend series. It wasn’t just the result, but also the process. The Tigers dropped their 13th game of the season against the Doosan Bears of the 2023 Shinhan Bank SOL KBO League 6-8 on Friday at Gwangju-KIA Champions Field. With… Continue reading ‘Reversal of fortune → 3 straight losses’…”Most regrettable moment? Giving up a walk in the 9th inning”
Sohyun Cho leaves Tottenham Hotspur Wimmin for a new challenge. Birmingham City Women announced on the club’s website on the 15th (KST), “We are pleased to announce the signing of Sohyun Cho. “We are delighted to announce the signing of Sohyun Cho on a one-year contract with the possibility of a one-year extension,” the club… Continue reading ‘Former national team captain’ Cho So-hyun moves from Tottenham to Birmingham… 1+1 year deal, number 20 shirt
Pitcher Katsuki Azuma (27) of the Yokohama DeNA BayStars of Nippon Professional Baseball has recorded his 14th win of the season. He became the first left-handed pitcher in franchise history to win 10 straight games. Azuma started the game against the Junichi Dragons on Thursday at Yokohama Stadium in Yokohama, Japan, and threw 106 pitches… Continue reading ‘KKKKKKKKKKKKK’ 10-game winning streak to 14 wins for the season, clinching the batting title…first lefty in franchise history to win 10 straight games
The Hanshin Tigers have finally lifted the regular season championship trophy. It took them a whopping 18 years to make it happen. Now, they’ll try to win the Japan Series for the first time in 38 years. The Hanshin Tigers won their first Central League regular-season title in 18 years, since 2005, with a 4-3… Continue reading I didn’t know until I lost to South Korea…’Tearful’ Hanshin wins for the first time in 18 years→Hot Osaka→Police deployed
Samsung Lions pitcher Won Tae-in, 23, could be making his final start before the Asian Games after a gutsy performance in the rain. On Thursday, Won pitched a quality start against the KT Wiz at Samsung Lions Park in Daegu, South Korea, giving up four runs (three earned) on six hits (one home run), two… Continue reading Won Tae-in’s current status in the rain…”My ankle is fine, but I need to watch my hand”
The Korea Football Association, the Korea Professional Football League, and the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism are struggling to come up with a plan after prosecutors indicted 10 people, including national team, professional, university, and elementary school leaders, professional team employees, agents, and parents, for backroom deals related to the recruitment of soccer players… Continue reading Choi Tae-wook and 10 others indicted for backroom deals. The Korea Football Association, the Korean Professional Football Association, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, and KUSF are considering measures.
With Cy Young Award-winning pitcher Max Scherzer out for the season with an oblique strain, the Texas Rangers won three straight over the Toronto Blue Jays. The Rangers minimized the impact of Scherzer’s loss by holding onto the second wild-card spot in the American League (AL). Toronto, meanwhile, dropped to the fourth wild-card spot, putting… Continue reading Scherzer out for season…Texas bats explode, Kikuchi 6-run collapse ‘red flag for Toronto PS’
“As soon as you get in shape, you will feel powerful.” Samsung Lions head coach Park Jin-man had high praise for Yuk Sun-yeop, the fourth overall pick in the 2024 KBO Rookie Draft, which was held on Thursday at the Westin Chosun Hotel Grand Ballroom in Sogong-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul. Park Jin-man, who met with reporters… Continue reading “If I build up my body well, I immediately feel powerful” Jang Chung-go, a 190cm right-hander in a Samsung uniform, has high hopes for the national shortstop.
1-0 win against Saudi Arabia in an exhibition matchFirst win in six games since inaugurationOnly one goal on nine shots on targetShaky defensive organization The game was won, but it was no laughing matter, as the coach, who has been heavily criticized for his ‘remote management’, insisted on staying abroad. South Korea’s national soccer team… Continue reading Winning, but with a nasty aftertaste Colorless, odorless cleanup lake