Kim Ha-sung of the San Diego 메이저사이트 Padres in the U.S. Major League Baseball did his best with three on-base hits. Kim Ha-sung, who recently showed off his strong batting sense, was a pioneer on this day.
Kim Ha-sung started as the first and second baseman in an away game against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan, on the 24th (Korea Standard Time). Kim Ha-sung did not make a hit due to the leadoff, but he did his part by picking up two walks. An opponent’s error also gave the team a chance.
It was a highly anticipated game. You did a great job the day before. Kim Ha-sung led the team to a great victory against Detroit a day earlier, with three hits, two walks, and two RBIs in four at-bats, including one home run. He also broke his major league record for the most home runs in a season with his 12th home run of the season. Attention was focused on whether the upward trend would continue.
He picked up a walk in his first at-bat in the first inning and raised his pace. However, Tatis Jr.’s strikeout and Soto’s double play, which I trusted, leaked steam.
In the third inning, he stepped on first base again due to an opponent’s error. It was two outs later, but it was worth it because there were sluggers who appeared behind. But this time, Tatis Jr. was silent again.
He was the leadoff hitter in the sixth inning. He regained his concentration. Another walk. It was an important on-base hit because the team was losing 0-3. But the sky is indifferent, Tatis Jr. hit a double play again this time.
Kim Ha-sung, who lost his strength, eventually stepped down with a ground ball to shortstop in the last at-bat in the eighth inning.
San Diego lost 1-3 in vain with three hits and empty hits on the team. He lost the opportunity to sweep away three consecutive away games.
Kim Ha-sung’s batting average for the season fell slightly from 2.68 to 2.67%. Instead, the on-base percentage rose from .357 to .359.