Kim Jae-ho (38, Doosan Bears) succeeded in stealing a base in 579 days.

His 76th stolen base in his personal career, which came after 1 year and 7 months, led to a run.

In the home game against SSG Landers, a professional baseball game held at Jamsil Stadium in Seoul on the 26th, Kim Jae-ho started as a shortstop with the 7th hitter and stepped home with a stolen base during the attack at the bottom of the 4th inning.

Kim Jae-ho, who chose a walk from first base safely, reached second base with Jang Seung-hyun’s sacrifice bunt as the next hitter.

Yang Chan-yeol also got a walk and became the bases loaded with one out, and Sue-bin Sue called third base runner Heo Gyeong-min home with a sacrifice fly to the right fielder. At this time, Kim Jae-ho also ran from 2nd to 3rd base.

Doosan coach Lee Seung-yeop signed a ‘double steal’ in the second out, first and third bases that followed.

First base runner Yang Chan-yeol headed for second base, and the moment SSG catcher Kim Min-sik started throwing to second base, third base runner Kim Jae-ho also sprinted home.

SSG second baseman Choi Joo-hwan caught the ball in front of the base and threw it home, but Kim Jae-ho’s hand swept the home plate first.

Doosan dug into the weakness of submarine pitcher Park Jong-hoon (SSG), who has a lot of pitching motion, and scored 1 run ‘without a hit’.먹튀검증

Kim Jae-ho, who seldom attempted to steal bases, also stood out for his willingness to throw his body.

Kim Jae-ho succeeded in stealing 579 days after the LG Twins game in Jamsil on October 24, 2021.

On the 26th, Kim Jae-ho, who hit the 4th end hit of his personal career at the end of the 11th inning against the Samsung Lions in Jamsil the previous day (25th), scored with a ‘foot’ on the 26th.

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