Despite the unfortunate feeling of hitting, Ha-seong Kim (28, San Diego Padres) played an active role as a multi-baseball player, but couldn’t laugh at the end 소닉카지노.
Kim Ha-seong started as the first batter shortstop in the 2023 American Professional Baseball Major League (MLB) visiting game against the Milwaukee Brewers held at American Family Field in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on the 28th (Korean time), and scored 1 run with 2 hits and 2 walks in 3 at-bats. .
His season batting average dropped from 0.276 to 0.274. He survived twice, keeping his on-base percentage at .368, but lowered his slugging percentage from .442 to .439. His OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) was 0.807.
On this day, San Diego had Kim Ha-seong (second baseman) – Fernando Tatis Jr. (right fielder) – Juan Soto (left fielder) – Manny Machado (third baseman) – Xander Bogatz (designated hitter) – Garrett Cooper (first baseman) – Gary Sanchez (catcher) – Trent Grisham (center fielder) and Matthew Barton (second baseman) formed the batting line. The starting pitcher was Michael Waka.
Milwaukee: Christian Yelich (left field) – William Contreras (catcher) – Carlos Santana (1st base) – Sal Fleuric (center field) – Mark Kanha (left field) – Bryce Turang (2nd base) – Andrew Monasterio (3rd base) -The starting lineup was made up of Tyone Taylor (right fielder). Adrian Houser took over the starting lineup.
Snow baseball shines even if the bat is silent, 14th multi-walk, on base despite ‘3 games no hits’Didn’t get a hit that day. Silence for 3 matches in a row. It has been two months and fortnight since Kim Ha-seong went silent for 4 games from June 11th to 15th that he had no hits in 3 consecutive games. It was ‘Awesome Kim’ that showed such a hot blow.
At the beginning of the first inning, he had a 1-2 unfavorable ball count against Hauser, the opponent starter, but he endured the 4th, 5th, and 6th pitches, and went on base with a walk.
Then, when Tatis Jr.’s heavy hit, which escaped to the side of the second baseman, passed through second base and dug into third base. He almost couldn’t control himself at such a high speed for a moment. When Machado’s shortstop grounder, he stepped on the home plate. 74th goal of the season.
San Diego took a 4-1 lead in the top of the second inning when Contreras tied the score with a home run (14), and Sanchez’s two-run homer (18) by Cooper and Barton’s solo shot (2). Afterwards, Kim Ha-seong, who was at bat in the second company, quickly swung a bat at Hauser’s two-ball, 90.2 mile (145.2 km) fastball, but the ball floated weakly and was caught by center fielder Fleck.
Kim Ha-seong, who started as the lead batter in the top of the 5th inning, was hit by the changed pitcher Bryce Wilson. He attacked a 3-ball 89.5 mile (144km) cut fastball and sent the ball deep into the infield, but after a fantastic bare-handed catch by third baseman Monasterio, he was hit by a throw and lost the hit.
It didn’t work out well in terms of batting, but Kim Ha-seong was faithful to his role as the number one hitter. In the bottom of the 6th inning, where they allowed 7 runs and were trailing 4-9, San Diego needed a goal. Grisham hit the ball and Barton walked out, and the table was set for 1st and 2nd base.
Ha-seong Kim met Avener Yuribe. Kim Ha-seong, who picked up the ball well up to the 3rd ball in a row, was unable to swing the bat at the 4th ball 97.5 miles (156.9km) and the 5th ball 98.4 miles (158.4km) in a row. However, he was not fooled by the 99.1 miles (159.5 km) that flew over the 6-pitch zone and eventually reached base with a walk. Although he has no hits in the last 3 games, he has multi-on-base in 2 of them, showing amazing eye baseball.
San Diego, which filled the bases safely with Kim Ha-seong on base, added one point with Yuribe’s wild throw. Tanis Jr.’s push closed the gap to 6-9 and the Milwaukee bench moved. The pitcher was replaced by Harvey Milner, but there were no further runs as Soto threw a shortstop fly ball, Machado hit a pop fly from first base, and Bogatz threw a ground ball from second base. Ha-seong Kim was also unable to score as he was tied to third base.
Ha-seong Kim, who was at bat in the 8th inning with 2 outs and 1st and 2nd base, faced fastball pitcher Trevor Megil. From the first pitch, he threw a four-seam fastball at 100.4 miles per hour (161.6 km), and Ha-seong Kim kicked it off with a foul. 100.6 mile (161.9 km) fastball in the second pitch. This time, Ha-sung Kim’s bat went round. Kim Ha-seong was timing the fiery fastball and endured the bat with a 3-ball 89.4 mile (143.9 km) knuckle curve.
However, the verdict was a strikeout. According to Game Day of MLB.com, the official MLB homepage, the ball appears to be very slightly outside the zone, but Kim Ha-seong judged that it was a ball and did not release a bat, and afterwards, he felt unfair and directed an unusual scene to protest to the referee.
He boasted a stable performance in defense where he played as a shortstop. In the defense at the end of the 3rd inning, when the team was leading 4-2, he led a quick double play and prevented additional runs. In the 7th inning, Yelich’s ground ball was quickly advanced and caught, and the batter runner was put out at first base.
Bullpen allowed 6 runs in 6 big innings… SD autumn hopes are gradually fadingIn the bottom of the 6th inning, San Diego, which was leading 4-2, suffered a painful defense. Waka, who allowed 2 runs in 5 innings, caught Adames with a floating ball to second baseman, but was beaten after giving up a left-handed hit to Kanha and a walk to Turang.
It was the beginning of a nightmare. The second pitcher on the mound, Steven Wilson, failed to catch his pitch and let Monasterio walk, allowing Telles to hit the right wall with a one-bound double. In the meantime, two runners stepped home, and the score was tied 4-4.
He sent Yelich with an automatic intentional 4th pitch to fill first base and set Contreras back with a fly ball in right field, but allowed Santana to turn around with a push-back walk.
San Diego changed the pitcher to Nick Martinez, but the heat of the Milwaukee batting line did not seem to cool down. From the first pitch, Flerick boldly swung the bat and hit a double that flowed down the left field line. Again, two runners stepped on the groove. 4-7.
After allowing Adames to walk, Kanha’s two RBI hits to the left field widened the score to 4-9. After that, they couldn’t close the gap and lost.
San Diego, who lost 6-10 and suffered three consecutive losses, finished 4th in the National League (NL) Western Division with 61-70 and 3rd in the wild card race, 7th, 8 games behind the Arizona Diamondbacks, and hopes for fall baseball are another step forward. got away
After the starter Waka withdrew with 4 hits (1 home run), 5 walks, 5 strikeouts and 4 runs in 5⅓ innings, the bullpen could not last 2⅔ innings and allowed 6 runs, suffering a painful come-from-behind defeat.
On the other hand, Milwaukee ran 8 consecutive victories and kept the 1st place in the NL Central Division with 73 wins and 57 losses. Hauser gave up 4 runs in 2 innings and collapsed, but Wilson put up a scoreless pitch for 4 innings and the other line exploded and was able to win a come-from-behind victory.