‘4 at-bats 1 hit’ Kim Ha-seong reports a hit in 2G… SD loses 6-7 finish

San Diego Padres Kim Ha-seong got a hit in two games. 

Kim Ha-seong started as second baseman in the 9th match against the Atlanta Braves at True Park in Atlanta, Georgia on the 7th (Korean time) and recorded 1 hit in 4 at-bats. 

In the third inning, where San Diego was losing 0-1, Kim Ha-seong, who took his first at-bat, faced Atlanta starting pitcher Spencer Strider. However, he was pushed back by Strider’s fastball and was put on an unfavorable count with 1 ball and 2 strikes, and eventually struck out while watching the slider at 85.1 miles per hour (137.0 km) on the 4th pitch.  바카라

Ha-seong Kim came out as the lead batter in the 5th inning when San Diego was losing 3-4. This time, he didn’t miss Strider’s 4-pitch, 97-mile (156.1 km) four-seam, turning it into a hit. However, he didn’t score because he didn’t get a follow-up. In the 6th inning, where the score was tied at 4-4, Lucas Rudge’s first pitch, 76.8 mph, was aimed at a sweeper, but it was caught by the third baseman’s grounder. 

San Diego turned the game over to 6-4 with a wild throw in the 8th inning and Jose Azocar’s 1 RBI and a timely hit. Kim Ha-seong hit relief pitcher Kirby Yates’ first pitch, 93.1 mph, four-seam from second out and third base, but was withdrawn due to a foul fly by the first baseman. 

Kim Ha-seong, who scored a hit in two games after the home run against Arizona on the 4th, slightly decreased his season batting average to 2.8 6 (6 hits in 21 bats).

San Diego fell into a two-game losing streak, losing 6-7 to Orlando Arcia in the ninth inning. Starting pitcher Blake Snell struggled with 6 hits (1 home run), 4 walks, 2 strikeouts and 4 runs in 3⅔ innings. In the batting line, Matt Carpenter and Jake Cronenworth each hit their first home runs of the season.

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