Kim Ha-seong (San Diego Padres)카지노사이트 recorded hits in four consecutive games and maintained a good sense of hitting.

Ha-seong Kim started as a 6th batter and second baseman in the 2023 Major League Baseball match against the New York Mets held at Citi Field in Queens, New York, on the 12th (Korean time) and recorded 1 hit and 1 walk in 3 at-bats. He had a four-game hitting streak. His season batting average was 0.289.

Kim Ha-seong made his first at-bat in the top of the second inning with a runner on first base and succeeded in a sacrifice bunt. Jake Cronenworth went to second base. Afterwards, Lewis Campusano had a chance to go 1st and 3rd base with a hit, but Trent Grisham blew the opportunity by hitting a double hit. Kim Ha-seong struck out in the second at-bat in the top of the 4th inning.

Kim Ha-seong hit his first hit in the third at-bat in the top of the 6th inning. With runners on second and no runners on, he hit David Peterson’s slider and got the hit. After that, he succeeded in stealing and went out to score, but Campusano was out with a ground ball in front of the second baseman.

Ha-seong Kim came out in the fourth at-bat in the beginning of the 8th inning with no runners out. The opposing pitcher was Brooks Reilly, who played for the Lotte Giants from the 2015 season to the 2019 season. He received and hit an 84.8 mph (approximately 136 km/h) changeup in a 1B2S situation, but was dismissed with a grounder in front of second baseman.

San Diego gave the Mets a run in the bottom of the 4th inning with Mark Kanha’s sacrifice fly, but Manny Machado’s 2 RBIs and a timely double with 2 runners on 2nd and 3rd base succeeded in turning the game around in the top of the 5th inning.

San Diego was in a crisis with one out on first and second base in the bottom of the eighth inning, but Steven Wilson induced Starling Marte to hit a grounder in front of the third baseman, and Manny Machado tagged second base runner Tim Locastro and caught it. Then, he overcame the crisis by striking out Francisco Lindor.

Opportunity came to San Diego that passed the crisis. In the top of the ninth, lead batter Campusano hit a double and went out. Grisham then struck out with an infield ball and Jose Azocar struck out, but Zander Bogaerts hit a two-run homer off Dennis Santana to widen the score.

San Diego posted closer Josh Hader in the bottom of the ninth. But the control wasn’t good. Pete Alonso and Jeff McNeil walked to base and became 1st, 1st and 2nd base. Then, with Tommy Pham’s 1 RBI, the Mets chased 1 point. Nido was out on a ground ball in front of the pitcher, but both runners who attempted double steals advanced the base. In the 2nd, 2nd and 3rd bases, Francisco Alvarez struck out on a swing with a 3B2S full count, ending with San Diego winning 4-2.

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