Will a 17-year-old prospect come to Seoul, 11 years younger than Kim Ha-sung? Included in the San Diego ST Invited Player… Super-fast promotion, possible MLB debut at the age of 18

Attention is focusing on whether a 17-year-old player, 11 years younger than Kim Ha-sung (San Diego Padres), will participate in the Seoul Series this year.라바카지노주소

The main character is catcher Ethan Salas, who was recently included in the list of 32 players invited by San Diego to spring training (ST).

The U.S. media is showing unusual interest in the 17-year-old being invited to the Major League ST.

After signing a contract with the San Diego Padres, Salas played 66 games from the bottom single A to the double A in the minor league last year, posting a batting average of 0.248 on-base percentage of 0.331, nine homers and 41 RBIs. It was an unexpected promotion to the team at a super-high speed. This gives an indication of San Diego’s high expectations for Salas.

Salas, the first 16-year-old to play a full season since Julio Urías, has maintained his form throughout the season as he plays catcher, one of the toughest positions.

Salas was ranked eighth in the recently announced Top 100 list of 2024 prospects, the highest among San Diego players.

According to MLB.COM, San Diego’s new manager Mike Shildt praised Salas at a winter meeting last month, saying, “Salas is kind of like an old soul with comprehension. The way he treats himself is very impressive. I’m sure I’ll get to know him even more deeply.”

If Salas is included in the squad that will come to Seoul, it will not be a double game, but he will be able to play in a friendly game against KBO teams.

The opening two consecutive games between San Diego vs. LA Dodgers will be held at Gocheok Sky Dome on March 20 and 21.

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