, the official website of Major League Baseball, has named San Diego Padres infielder Ha Sung Kim as one of the 10 players eligible to play in his first Major League Baseball All-Star Game. named 10 players eligible to play in their first All-Star Game on Saturday (16 June).

Kim joined Elias Díaz (Colorado Rockies), Jon Gray (Texas Rangers), Rueredes Gurriel Jr. (Arizona), Mitch Keller (Pittsburgh Pirates) and Alex Verdugo (Boston Red Sox) on the list of six honourable mentions. Of the 16 players, Kim is the only second baseman on the list.

Kim finished ninth in the first interim tally of All-Star fan voting on 13 November with 82,879 votes. Major League Baseball All-Star fan voting is divided into two rounds. The top two vote-getters per position (six outfielders) in the first round of voting will be selected in the second round of voting.

While it is unlikely that Kim will make the All-Star Game through fan voting, there is still a chance that he could be selected as a manager’s pick. The Major League Baseball All-Star Game will be held at T-Mobile Park in Seattle, Washington, USA, on 12 January at 9am.

Meanwhile, Kim finished 2-for-4 with a double and two runs scored in a home game against the Cleveland Cavaliers on the 16th. His batting average improved from 2-for-3 to 2-for-9 on the season 메이저사이트.

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