Jung-ho Kang’s Homerun, which Led Pittsburgh Pirates to victory
Jung-ho Kang (Pittsburgh Pirates) became as a special closing killer.
On the 29th, Jung-ho Kang participated as No.5 shortstop in the away match against
Minnesota Twins, held in the target field of Minneapolis, Minnesota.
He played a superb role with 4 hits, 2 base hits (1 homerun), 1 ball, 1 run, and 1 score.
Above anything else, he led his team to victory by hitting the final homerun
in the first half of the 9th inning, which was very intense at a score of 7:7.
Along with Jung-ho Kang who hit the final homerun,
there are many Korean baseball players in the U.S. major league.
The major ones are Hyun-jin Ryoo, pitcher of LA Dodgers,
and Shin-soo Choo, outfielder of Texas Rangers.
Korea is one of the top 4 baseball powers, along with the U.S., Japan, and Cuba.
Korea’s national baseball team won the gold medal in Beijing Olympics in 2008.