Kim Ha-seong (San Diego Padres), an infielder playing in the American Major League Baseball (MLB)

filed a police complaint against Mr. A, a junior baseball player with whom he played in Korea.

According to the police on the 7th, Ha-seong Kim submitted a complaint against Mr. A to the Gangnam Police Station in Seoul last month on charges of blackmail and attempted extortion.

An investigation into the complainant was conducted the day before, and the remaining investigation will be conducted according to procedures.

On the same day, Ha-seong Kim’s agency, Summit Management, also released an official statement saying 카지노사이트랭크

As reported, Ha-seong Kim has been subjected to continuous blackmail and threats by a junior playe

so he submitted a complaint. As of yesterday, he attended the police station and completed the investigation into the complainant.”

“We ask for your understanding that it is difficult to provide detailed information as the case is currently under investigation, and we will provide a detailed position as the investigation progresses.

In addition, please refrain from reporting on matters for which the facts have not been confirmed.

I respectfully ask you to give it to me,” he explained.

It is known that Kim Ha-seong claims that he was asked to pay a settlement by Mr. A after getting into a physical fight with Mr. A while drinking at a bar in Gangnam

Seoul two years ago. Kim Ha-seong’s claim is that even after Mr. A received a large settlement, he continued to demand money and valuables.

It is reported that Mr. A is currently at the end of his active duty career.

Kim Ha-seong, who joined the Nexen (now Kiwoom) Heroes with the 29th pick in the 2nd 3rd round in 2014

played in the KBO League for 7 years until 2020, and recorded a total of 891 games, 3,195 at-bats, 940 hits, a batting average of 0.294, 133 home runs, and 575 RBIs.

In particular, he has hit double-digit home runs for six consecutive years since 2015, and hit 30 home runs for the first time in his debut in 2020.

He also made a name for himself by competing in the Premier 12 hosted by the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) in 2019.

Ha-seong Kim, who was recognized for his abilities not only in offense but also in defense and base running

successfully entered the big league by signing a four-year contract with San Diego for a total of $28 million (approximately 36.3 billion won) after the end of the 2020 season.

His big league stage wasn’t easy.

Ha-seong Kim had a somewhat sluggish season with 54 hits in 267 at-bats in 117 games, a batting average of 0.202, 8 home runs, and 34 RBIs.

He was recognized for his ability to play a variety of positions and his unique base running sense

but Kim Ha-seong needed improvement in his batting to survive the competition for the starting spot.

Kim Ha-seong, who felt the high walls of the big leagues, did not give up.

The following year, he appeared in 150 games, had 130 hits in 517 at-bats

had a batting average of 0.251, 11 home runs, 59 RBI, and an OPS of 0.708, producing double-digit home runs in his first two seasons.

He also showed improvement in defense, making a clear mark.

Ha-seong Kim’s concerns were washed away this year when he had to start the season as a second baseman instead of a shortstop due to the signing of Xander Bogaerts.

He achieved career highs with 140 hits in 538 at-bats, a batting average of .260, 17 home runs, 60 RBI, 38 stolen bases, and an OPS of 0.749.

In addition, he enjoyed the honor of winning his first Gold Glove award (National League utility category)

beating Tommy Edman (St. Louis Cardinals) and Mookie Betts (LA Dodgers).

Ha-seong Kim is the first Asian infielder to receive a Gold Glove.

Although he did not go on to receive the award, Kim Ha-seong was named as a Silver Slugger candidate and has now been reborn as an infielder who represents both the league and the team.

AJ Casavel, a San Diego reporter for, the official Major League Baseball website, said

Ha-Sung Kim has always been an ‘elite’ defender no matter where he played.

It is surprising, but not surprising, that he is the first Asian infielder to win a Gold Glove. The only one.

The question was, ‘What position will he play?’ With the emergence of Xander Bogaerts, Ha-seong Kim was pushed to second base

but when Bogaerts and Manny Machado were injured, he also played shortstop and third base,” said Ha-sung Kim. .

Meanwhile, Ha-seong Kim, who had a successful season

returned to Korea through Incheon International Airport on October 11 and is preparing for his fourth season in the big league by resting and training.

Recently, I have been working on various award ceremony schedules.

Kim Ha-seong, who held a press conference commemorating the Gold Glove award on the 20th of last month, said

I want to do better because I received the Gold Glove. Even being nominated for Silver Slugger this year is a good motivation for me to improve.

It would be nice to receive both next year. “I’m not good at batting enough to receive the Silver Slugger award.

I’ve been nominated once, so I’ll try my best. I’ll play another season with confidence next year,” he said, expressing his greed.

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