I had an advantage in the ball count… ‘Non-hit, 1 RBI’ Kim Ha-seong’s ‘Jurusa’ by Oh Door, who overturned the table

The San Diego Padres lost again one day after getting out of a losing streak. Kim Ha-seong scored two consecutive runs, but failed to produce a hit.

On the 17th (hereinafter Korean time), Kim Ha-seong started as a third baseman and a 7th batter in the 2023 Major League Kansas City Royals home match held at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA, and scored 1 RBI in 3 at-bats.

Kim Ha-seong contributed to the team’s victory by hitting a timely hit in the last at-bat the previous day (16th). On this day, Ha-seong Kim also struggled to produce RBIs, but the game ended without a hit. The season batting average slightly decreased from 0.230 to 0.225.

The good flow of the day before the beginning of the game did not continue. In the first at-bat with one out and first base at the end of the second inning, where the score was 0-5, Kim Ha-seong attacked Kansas City starter Brady Singer’s 5th pitch 92.4 mile (approximately 149 km) sinker. Ha-sung Kim’s proprietary pull-up swing came out. However, as the sinker dug into the bat, it became a missed hit, and the shortstop, second baseman, and first baseman retreated with a double hit.

It is Kim Ha-seong who was not lucky in the second at-bat. Kim Ha-seong, who came out as the lead batter at the end of the 5th inning, aimed at Singer’s third pitch slider. This batted ball was also a missed hit and emerged vaguely among left fielders, center fielders, and shortstops. A batted ball that was not easy to defend. But here, Kansas City shortstop Bobby Witt Jr. caught Kim Ha-seong with a basket catch and swallowed the disappointment once again.

It was not a hit, but the result of the third at-bat was significant. Ha-seong Kim hit Singer’s slider again this time in the third at-bat with a chance to score 1 out and 3 base, which he succeeded in pursuing 3-5. Ha-seong Kim’s hit hit quickly spread to the center field, and it was connected with a sacrifice fly that exchanged one point with his out count. With this, San Diego succeeded in narrowing the gap with Kansas City to one point.

Kim Ha-seong entered the fourth at-bat with a chance to score with 2 outs 1st and 3rd base at the end of the 8th inning, trailing 4-5. However, as first base runner Lougned O’Doer got caught in a check ball, he couldn’t properly play at bat. It was even more disappointing because it was an advantageous count for 2B-1S. And he finished the game by retiring with a floating ball to center field in the last at-bat in the ninth inning.토토사이트

Kansas City caught the flow of the game at the beginning of the day. Kansas City took advantage of Edward Olivares’ hit and stolen base in the second inning, and San Diego’s fastball to take advantage of a chance to go one out and third base. After that, MJ Melendez got a walk and acted as a link, and Matt Duffy took the lead. Kansas City, riding the flow, added one more point with Nate Eaton’s ground ball, and ran away to 0-5 thanks to consecutive timely hits from Bobby Witt Jr. and Salvador Perez.

San Diego started chasing from the middle of the game. San Diego took advantage of Brett Sullivan’s hit and Kansas City’s error in the bottom of the 5th inning with no runners out, and took a chance to score. And Jake Cronenworth closed the gap to 2-5 with an RBI triple.

In the bottom of the sixth inning, San Diego pursued one more run with Matt Carpenter’s 1 RBI double at first base without a single out, and Kim Ha-sung’s sacrifice fly at third base followed Kansas City to the bottom of the chin. San Diego had 2 outs and 1st and 3rd base chances at the bottom of the 8th inning, but first base runner Odor was put out by narrowing, putting cold water on the team and losing 4-5 without even making a tie.

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