Kim Hae-Sung, the ‘9th inning game-winner’, hits a double and other multi-hit games to reach 16G in a row

South Korean infielder Kim Ha-sung (San Diego), who is stirring the Major League Baseball, cut his team’s losing streak by hitting 16 consecutive games with multi-hit (more than two hits in one game).

Kim Ha-sung started as the first batter and second baseman in the away game against Arizona at Chase Field in the U.S. on the 12th 메이저사이트 (Korea time) and flew with two hits and one RBI in five at-bats. led the team to a 10–5 victory.

With his performance on this day, Kim Ha-sung’s batting average rose from .288 to .29 (108 hits in 373 at-bats). He scored 64 points and recorded his 42nd RBI of the season.

The start was not good. Kim Ha-sung stepped down with a catcher’s foul fly ball, a grounder to third base, and a straight hit to right field in the first three at-bats.

However, the game was decided in the second half of the game. Kim Ha-sung scored an RBI with a timely hit to the left in the sixth inning with two outs and second base leading 6-1. Since the game against Pittsburgh on the 25th of last month, he has hit 16 consecutive games.

Kim Ha-sung showed off his presence in the top of the ninth inning, which was chased 7-5. Kim Ha-sung, who came out as the leadoff hitter, opened the door of the attack with a double that separates the left-center. Kim Ha-sung homered on Fernando Tatis Jr.’s left-handed double, and San Diego scored two more runs on Juan Soto’s right-handed hit and Sandur Boharz’s heavy hit.

Kim Ha-sung’s teammate Choi Ji-man played as the seventh designated hitter, but remained hitless in two at-bats. Choi Ji-man has been silent with no hits in seven games since moving to San Diego.

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