Ha-seong Kim ‘another’ multi-hit, 1st inning first acquisition point → 2nd inning additional RBI explosion… But team ‘another’ final loss, PS getting farther away


Ha-seong Kim (28, San Diego Padres), who showed a stagnant sense of hitting for a while, is coming back to life by recording multi-hits for two days in a row. However, the team suffered a shocking come-from-behind defeat two days in a row.소닉카지노

Ha-seong Kim started as the team’s first hitter and second baseman in the 2023 Major League (MLB) away game against the St. Louis Cardinals held at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Missouri, on the 31st (Korean time), 4 at bats, 2 hits, 1 RBI, 1 run. Recorded. The season batting average rose from 0.276 to 0.278. OPS also rose slightly from 0.808 to 0.809.

Kim Ha-seong, who showed a slightly lower hitting feeling with a batting average of 0.189 and an OPS of 0.708 in 10 games starting from the game against Arizona on the 19th, succeeded in multiple on-base with 2 hits and 1 walk in 3 at-bats against St. Louis on the 30th. Following this, he is getting his pace back by recording two hits for the second day in a row. It is the first time since the last 5 days (3 games in a row) that Kim Ha-seong has made multiple hits in more than two games in a row.

31st (Korean time) San Diego-St. Louis starting lineup
San Diego : Ha-Sung Kim (Second Base) – Juan Soto (Left Field) – Manny Machado (Third Base) – Fernando Tatis Jr. (Right Field) – Xander Bogaerts (Shortstop) – Garrett Cooper (First Base) – Matt Carpenter (DH) – Lewis Campusano (catcher) – Trent Grisham (center fielder). The starting pitcher is Rich Hill.

St. Louis : Tommy Edman (Center Field) – Paul Goldschmidt (1B) – Wilson Contreras (DH) – Nolan Arenado (3B) – Jordan Walker (Right Field) – Andrew Kisner (Catcher) – Taylor Motors (2B) )-Rich Palacios (left fielder)-Macin Wynn (shortstop). The starting pitcher is Miles Micholas.
He contributed from the first at-bat to the hit explosion and the first score

Ha-seong Kim’s bat danced from the first at-bat. Entering the plate at the beginning of the first inning, he opened fire by attacking a two-seam fastball from St. Louis starter Michaels on the second pitch to the inside of the pitch and hitting the ball in front of the center fielder. Then, the next batter, Soto, stepped on second base with an unexpected sacrifice bunt.

Kim Ha-seong, who advanced with scoring position, succeeded in scoring by stepping on the home base when Machado hit a hit in front of center fielder No. 3. Ha-sung Kim’s hit led to the first point. San Diego did not stop here, and Tatis walked and created another chance for 1st, 1st and 2nd base. If you continue to concentrate, you can score a lot of points.

However, San Diego’s first inning ended with one run. The ball hit by Bogatz on the 5th became a grounder in front of the third baseman. Arenado, a third baseman with good defense, took the third base and threw a strong throw to the first base, even catching a batter runner. San Diego’s attack ended with a futile double play.
Multi-hit completed in 2 innings, I wanted to put a wedge in the victory, but…

San Diego had another chance in the first offense of the second inning. After one out, Carpenter’s walk and Campusano’s hit created opportunities for first and second base. Grisham’s hit hit was caught in the opponent’s left fielder’s lake fee, resulting in two outs, but San Diego had Kim Ha-seong.

Kim Ha-seong, who entered his second at-bat, hit a curveball in the first pitch. It was a somewhat missed hit, but it became a lucky hit that landed in front of the left fielder. Second base runner Carpenter homered and San Diego ran away, 2-0.

San Diego then hit home to Campusano with a hit that rolled forward to right fielder to Soto. San Diego, which took a 3-0 lead from the second inning, seemed to solidify its victory.
‘Silence in the second half of Kim Ha-seong’ San Diego, 4th tie → 7th lead → 9th inning again

Kim Ha-seong failed to reach base from the third at-bat. He got the game to five pitches in the fifth inning, but he turned around with a fly to left field. Then, in the 7th inning, with a 1 out 2 chance, he withdrew with a grounder in front of the 3rd baseman and missed the RBI opportunity.

In the meantime, San Diego has gone through twists and turns. Starter Hill, who had pitched without a run until the third inning, entered the fourth inning and allowed Walker’s three-run homer to tie the score 3-3 in an instant, following consecutive hits. San Diego, who dropped Hill after 4 innings, blocked the opponent’s batting line without conceding until the 8th inning.

Then we took the lead again in the second half of the game. In the beginning of the 7th inning, after Kim Ha-seong retreated with a grounder on third base, Soto called in a runner on second base with a hit in front of the center fielder. San Diego took a 4-3 lead again, and tried to seal the victory by putting closer Josh Hader in the bottom of the ninth.

However, Hader, who had been hit by Edmon in the 10th overtime game the previous day, was beaten by Edman again today. Hader, who got two outs well, was hit by a double by Wynn and was put in danger. Then, Edmon hit Hader’s outside fastball and hit a walk-off two-run homer that went over the right-middle fence. From Kim Ha-seong’s point of view, he was beaten again by a comrade in the Korean national team of the World Baseball Classic (WBC).

Losing 4-5 that day, San Diego fell into a two-game losing streak. San Diego, with a season win rate of 0.463 (62-72), has an 8-game gap with San Francisco, third in the National League wild card, and the dream of fall baseball is getting farther and farther away.

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