Kim Ha-seong provided an excuse for a run in defense, but made up for it with base play and led the team to 3 consecutive wins.메이저사이트
On the 11th (hereinafter Korean time), Ha-seong Kim started as second baseman 7 times against the Colorado Rockies held at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado, USA, and left a record of no hits, 1 run, 1 walk and 1 strikeout in 3 at-bats.
Kim Ha-seong was recording two consecutive hits, but it did not continue. His batting average for the season was 204.2.
On this day, Kim Ha-seong withdrew with a floating ball to left fielder in the first at-bat in the second inning without a runner. At the beginning of the 4th inning, in the second at-bat with 2 outs and 1st base, he pulled out a well-hit ball, but he withdrew with a floating ball to center fielder.
At the end of the 5th inning when the score was tied 1-1, the defense created a situation that was deeply regrettable. After one out in the bottom of the 5th inning, Ezequiel Tobar’s hit, center fielder Trent Grisham’s error, and a 1 out 3 base crisis created by a wild pitch, the San Diego infield played forward defense. Alan Trejo’s batted ball went to second baseman Kim Ha-seong. Kim Ha-seong caught the ball well while stepping slightly to the left. Afterwards, he even threw home, but Hong-gu slid slightly to the right. He allowed a runner on third base to score on a fielder’s choice.
However, the opportunity to make up for it soon came. Ha-seong Kim got on base with a straight walk from 1 out 1 base in the beginning of the 6th inning. Afterwards, Austin Nola’s walk created a chance for two outs to be loaded. With the bases loaded with 2 out, Fernando Tatis Jr. made a come-from-behind 2 RBIs and a right-handed hit. The batted ball was rather fast and short, but at this time Ha-seong Kim stormed home. It was a close match at home, but Ha-sung Kim swept the home first with swift sliding and succeeded in reversing 3-2. After conceding a come-from-behind run, he also created a come-from-behind goal.
In the top of the 7th inning, Ha-sung Kim entered the plate with Manny Machado’s double, Zander Bogarts’ walk, and Jake Cronenworth’s center fielder’s fly ball, and he entered the plate with 2nd, 1st and 3rd base opportunities, but was struck out on a miss by right-hander Daniel Bard’s 86.3 mph slider. .
San Diego won 3-2 thanks to Kim Ha-sung’s goal in the final match, and marked the season with 31 wins and 33 losses. 3 winning streak. Tatis Jr. played an active role with 2 hits and 2 RBIs, and Manny Machado, who returned, also contributed to the victory with 3 hits and 1 run.