Ha-seong Kim of the San Diego Padres unfortunately missed the goal. I had to take comfort in the team’s victory.
Kim Ha-seong played shortstop in the 9th (Korean time) away game against the Atlanta Braves held at True Park in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, and recorded 1 hit in 3 at-bats. The team won 4-1.
There was income at bat in the top of the 4th inning. He hit a double against opposing starter Charlie Morton on first out and first base.
On the 1-1 count, he hit a 92.8 mile fastball on the third pitch and made a ball that escaped next to the third baseman. Third baseman Austin Riley tried to reach for his glove, but it got hit and went backwards.
After that, something rare happened. In the first out, 2nd and 3rd base, Trent Grisham hit a grounder on 1st base. There was a game right away at home, but third base runner Lougned Odor and opposing catcher Travis Dano collided and the ball fell backwards. Kim Ha-seong, who was on second base, came home in the meantime.
The problem was that Odor couldn’t properly touch the groove during the crash. Odor stepped on the base only after Ha-seong Kim came in. 메이저놀이터
The referees judged that Ha-seong Kim had outpaced Odor, and declared Ha-sung Kim out. It was an unavoidable scene for Kim Ha-seong. The score, which was 4-0, was reduced to 3-0.
San Diego took the lead first with Juan Soto’s solo home run in the third inning. Matt Olson allowed a run in the 8th inning on a timely hit, but in the 9th inning, opposing pitcher Kirby Yates’ wild throw gave him a run.
The finish was not smooth. Closer Josh Hader allowed a walk and a hit, and was driven to 1st and 2nd base safely. Hader then ended the game by striking out three batters in a row.
Both teams started well. San Diego starter Michael Waka recorded 2 hits, 1 walk, 10 strikeouts and no runs in 6 innings.
Atlanta starter Charlie Morton recorded 6 hits, 1 home run, 3 walks, 6 strikeouts and 3 runs (2 earned) in 5 innings.