“Today is a really good day for me” ML Season 4 ‘0 win’ Ha-seong Kim’s teammate’s surprise strikes the command tower and colleagues


Kim Ha-seong’s teammate, San Diego Padres fifth-year right-hander Pedro Avila, is receiving applause from his teammates as he plays well every day.토토사이트

San Diego lost 0-3 in an away game against the 2023 Major League Arizona Diamondbacks held at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona, USA on the 13th (hereinafter Korean time).

Kim Ha-seong, who started as second baseman and first hitter, was silent with no hits in 4 at-bats. Rich Hill, who started the game, could not survive even in the 4th inning and was knocked out. Hill suffered his 12th loss (7 wins) of the season with 3 runs in 3⅓ innings.

Although the team lost, Avila, who took the mound after Hill, kept the rest of the innings scoreless. Although the team lost, it avoided bullpen consumption due to the early steeling of the starting pitcher.

Avila pitched 3 hits and 2 strikeouts in 4⅔ innings without allowing no runs. The command tower was also delighted with his surprise.

Director Bob Melvin said, “We’ll see.” “I think he would have gained a lot of confidence,” added Melvin.

MLB.com said, “I can’t be sure yet, but it made a more reliable trigger.”

Avila, who debuted in the big leagues in 2019, has yet to win. He pitched one game in 2019 and had no wins and losses, and also pitched one game in 2021, but became a losing pitcher. So far, he has started in both games.

Last season, he took the mound in two games with a relief pitch and recorded an ERA of 4.50 without a win or loss. He pitched in five games this season before Arizona. He made one start in Colorado on the 2nd.

In this game, Hill, who started the game, was knocked out early, but Avila took over the mound stably.

“Today was a really good day for me,” said Avila. I felt really good pitching today, and I will try to get better.”

He is posting an ERA of 0.98 and a WHIP of 1.25. Avila said, “I have a strong mentality. Thanks to that, the results I wanted are coming out.”

Teammate and starting infielder Manny Machado applauded, saying, “He’s throwing really well for us and for the club.”

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