SSG Kim Chang-pyeong sets a new record for consecutive hits in 12 at-bats in the Futures League

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14 consecutive hits in 3 games – 16 consecutive on-base hits at bats
SSG Landers Kim Chang-pyeong

SSG Landers outfielder Kim Chang-pyeong (23) set a new record for consecutive hits at bat in the Professional Baseball Futures League (2nd group) since 2010.

Kim Chang-pyeong started as the number one hitter and left fielder in the visiting game against the LG Twins held at Icheon Stadium in Gyeonggi-do on the 13th, and recorded hits in 3 consecutive at-bats, recording 12 consecutive hits in 12 at-bats.

He hit five consecutive hits in five at-bats, starting with a hit to right field in the bottom of the third inning of a home game against the Samsung Lions on the 11th, and set a Futures League record for consecutive hits at bats by hitting four hits in four at-bats in a visiting game against LG on the 12th.

And in the first inning of the game against LG on the 13th, he hit a left-field hit against starter Kim Young-jun, setting a new record in this category since 2010.

The previous Futures League record was 9 consecutive at-bats set by former Samsung Lions Lee Hyun-dong in 2017. 파워볼사이트

The Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) has computerized Futures League games since 2010 and has recognized subsequent records as semi-official records.

Kim Chang-pyeong’s record streak continued. He recorded his 11th consecutive hit with an infield hit to first base in the 3rd inning, and then went on a streak of 12 consecutive hits with a hit to right field in the 4th inning.

He received a walk in the 6th inning, breaking his streak of consecutive hits at bat, but the hit show continued.

He hit a hit to right in the 7th inning and a hit to right in the 9th, continuing his streak of hitting in 14 at-bats and on base in 16 consecutive at-bats.

Kim Chang-pyeong led the team to a 13-11 victory on this day with 5 hits in 5 at-bats, 1 walk, 1 RBI, and 2 runs.

Kim Chang-pyeong’s batting average in the Futures League this season soared from 0.372 to 0.438 (21 hits in 48 at-bats).

He can further increase his record of consecutive at-bats on base and consecutive at-bats through the LG game held at the same venue on the 14th.

SSG coach Lee Soong-yong said ahead of the visiting game against KBO League KT Wiz held at Suwon KT Wiz Park on this day, “We have set a great record, but we will wait a little longer for a first-team call-up.”

Currently, the SSG 1st team outfield is full.

Choo Shin-soo joined the first team after recovering from a finger injury, and it is not easy to remove existing outfielders Guillermo Heredia and Choi Ji-hoon. Outfield resource Hanyu Island is also holding on.

However, as Kim Chang-pyeong has left a clear mark, there is a possibility that he will receive a first-team call-up opportunity in the near future to boost player morale.

Kim Chang-pyeong is a baseball player from Changpyeong, born in Changpyeong-ri, Changpyeong-myeon, Damyang-gun, Jeollanam-do.

His parents named their son Kim Chang-pyeong, meaning to make Changpyeong shine.

After being selected by SK Wyverns (now SSG) with the 6th pick in the 2nd first round of the 2019 Rookie Draft, Kim Chang-pyeong had a batting average of 0.178 in 18 first-team games in the 2019 season, a batting average of 0.192 in 35 first-team games in the 2020 season, and a batting average of 0.192 in 40 first-team games in the 2021 season. It achieved a score of 0.080.

Kim Chang-pyeong, who failed to achieve much, enlisted in January 2022, was discharged in October of last year, and resumed training in earnest from the final camp in 2023.

Meanwhile, the record for the most consecutive at-bats on the first team stage is 10 consecutive at-bats, set by former LG Lee Byeong-gyu (current Samsung head coach) in 2013. 한국야동

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