The last South Korean to join the 20-20 Club is still Shin-soo Choo.온라인바카라
As a member of the Cleveland Indians, Shin-Soo Choo first joined the 20-20 Club in 2009. He became the first South Korean player in MLB history to go 20-20 in 156 games, batting .300 (175-for-583) with 20 home runs and 21 doubles. He was only 26 years old.
He followed that up with his second 20-20 season in 2010 (22 homers and 22 doubles) and another 20-20 in 2013 (21 homers and 20 doubles) before being traded to Texas for the last time at age 30.
He is closely followed by 27-year-old Kim Ha-seong. Kim took a step closer to joining the 20-20 club when he hit his 15th home run of the season against the Colorado Rockies on Wednesday morning.
In his first at-bat in the top of the first inning, Kim hit a solo shot over the left field fence at Coors Field, his first home run in about eight days. He now has 15 home runs and 22 doubles.
After the first inning, the Rockies were on their knees in front of Kim’s firepower, as they were outscored by 10 runs (11-1). Kim drew two walks on the day and added two hits to complete a four-hit game, raising his batting average to .284 and his slugging percentage to .374 (149/368).