There is a repetitive kick in the kicking technique system of Taekwondo. It is a technique to kick the same technique multiple times with one foot. It is known as a technique to hit the target several times by kicking with the other foot without kicking the foot in place.
In baseball, there is a so-called ‘repeat’. It is a ‘skill’ in which a pitcher throws a ball and hits it several times with a bat. Repeated kicks are intentional, whereas ‘repeated kicks’ are somewhat different in that they are ‘accidental’. However, ‘repeat’ can also require good strength and hitting speed. It’s not something anyone can do.
In MLB, this kind of ‘repeat’ scene is produced frequently.
However, there is a player who has ‘repeatedly hit’ not once but twice. Toronto Blue Jays big shot Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is the main character.
Guerrero Jr. pulled Ian Hamilton’s sinker at the end of the 7th inning of a home game against the New York Yankees on the 16th (Korean time) and hit a double in left field.
It seems that he just swung once. But in slow motion, Guerrero hit the ball twice. The ball that bounced off the first hit was hit again by the bat. Usually, it is a foul, but if the power is good and the bat speed is fast, the ball will fly into the ground.메이저사이트
According to MLB.com, on August 21, 2020, Guerrero recorded a hit by ‘repeat’ a pitch that barely reached home plate in a game against the Philadelphia Phillies.
MLB’s best hitter, Mike Trout, once made a ‘repeat hit’. On August 23 last year, he scored an RBI with a ‘repeat’ hit against the Tampa Bay Rays.