He stepped down with a straight hit to shortstop in his first at-bat and hit a left-handed hit against Lotte starter Park Se-woong in the bottom of the third inning.
Son Ah-seop, who had 149 hits in the season until the previous day, achieved 150 hits for the first eight consecutive years in KBO League history.
Son Ah-seop, who was on par with Park Yong-taek (2012-2018) with seven consecutive seasons last year, opened a new history in the KBO League this year with 150 hits.
Son Ah-seop has been hitting more than 150 hits every year since 2016 when he was a member of Lotte. His personal record for the most hits in a season was 193 hits in the 2017 season, ranking first in the hit category that year.
In addition, Son Ah-seop produced a hit on the day and filled the season’s 200th hit. 바카라
Since 2013, he has continued his 200-base hit streak for 11 consecutive seasons, tying Lee Dae-ho (excluding overseas expansion in 2005-2020, 2012-2016). If he records 200 hits again next year, he will set his first KBO league record with 200 hits for 12 consecutive seasons.
Son Ah-seop, who scored his 2,379th career hit on the day, is ranked No. 1 among active players.
If he continues to maintain his pace, he could surpass Park Yong-taek’s 2504 hits, the record for the most hits in the KBO League, next season.
However, Son Ah-seop failed to smile broadly as his team came from behind to lose 2-5.
Son Ah-seop said through the club, “First of all, I want to thank those who supported and congratulated me on the record. “I think the record comes out naturally if you continue to play in the game,” he said.
“I recorded a hit in the first game, but I won’t give much meaning to it because it didn’t lead to a team victory. Thank you for your support and support, and I will continue to be a steady player, he said. “Now, I will focus on team wins and autumn baseball rather than my personal record or other parts and use all my energy on the ground.”