The faded light of Kim Ha-seong is very active.
Ha-seong Kim of the San Diego Padres in the US Major League had his second three-hit game of the season. However, the team suffered a shocking come-from-behind defeat, and his performance on that day came to nothing.메이저사이트
Kim Ha-seong started as 8th and 2nd baseman in an away game against the San Francisco Giants held at Oracle Park in San Francisco, California on the 20th (Korean time).
Ha-seong Kim made a splash on this day, recording 3 hits and 2 RBIs in 4 at-bats. It was the second 3 hits of the season since the game against the Colorado Rockies on April 1st. He would have been perfect if only his team had won, but he had to swallow his regrets as San Diego lost after an extended game.
Ha-seong Kim got off to a good start with an infield hit in the first at-bat in the second inning. He got on base with no runners on second base and boldly attempted to steal. success. It was season 12 stolen base. However, he failed to score due to a misfire on the follow-up.
The highlight of Kim Ha-seong’s performance on this day was the second at-bat in the 4th inning. Kim Ha-seong, who entered the plate in the 4th inning with a 1-0 lead, with a chance on 1 out, 2nd and 3rd base, hit a timely hit with 2 RBIs in the middle right against the San Francisco bullpen Junis. He hit the slider properly in a situation where the ball count was pushed by 1B2S.
Kim Ha-seong’s performance did not stop there. He hit another infield hit with two outs and no runners in the sixth inning when he was leading 4–1. And in Grisham’s at-bat in the ninth, he showed off his quick feet by running to second base after the opposing catcher missed the ball. However, as in the second inning, Grisham stepped back with a ground ball in the infield, and the chance to score was blown away.
The last at-bat in the 9th inning was ‘Okay’. In a 4-2 situation, he appeared on the first base chance. Opportunity to set the stage for a team wedge. However, he retired with a fly in center field.
The reason it was disappointing was because San Diego collapsed allowing a tie in the ninth inning. In San Diego, Garcia, who appeared in the mound in the ninth, gave up an infield hit and two walks, and even committed a wildfire, bringing a crisis to himself. Carlton rushed to the mound, but San Francisco Bailey’s sacrifice fly RBI tied the game.
In the end, the game went into overtime, and San Francisco won the day with Yastrzemski’s dramatic three-run home run in the bottom of the 10th inning.
Kim Ha-seong raised his season batting average to .255 with his performance on this day.