Ha-seong Kim, the 3rd multi-hit SD of this season, fell to Milwaukee

got out of the no-hit silence. Ha-seong Kim, who plays for the San Diego Padres in the Major League Baseball (MLB), hit again.

San Diego played a home game against the Milwaukee Brewers on the 17th (Korean time) at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA. Kim Ha-seong was named in the starting lineup as a second baseman and sixth hitter.

Kim Ha-seong withdrew with a shortstop ground ball in the first at-bat at the bottom of the second inning, but came back to the plate in the bottom of the fourth inning with two outs and hit to the right. In the third at-bat at the bottom of the 7th inning, he only had a fly ball to right field, but added a hit in the last at-bat of the regular inning.

Kim Ha-seong went to base with a left-handed hit against Milwaukee closer Devin Williams in the bottom of the ninth inning, when San Diego was trailing 0-1, with two out and first base, and achieved multiple hits (more than two hits in one game).

Ha-sung Kim’s multi-hit is the third since the start of this season. He had 3 hits against the Colorado Rockies on the 1st and 2 hits against the Atlanta Braves on the 10th.

After Ha-sung Kim’s hit, San Diego’s Austin Nola walked and took the chance to end the game with two outs loaded.토스카지노 However, the opportunity was not seized.

The game ended as the follow-up hitter, Trent Grisham, struck out in the advantageous situation of 3 balls and 1 strike. Milwaukee beat San Diego 1-0.

San Diego starting pitcher Darvish Yu pitched well, striking out 12 and allowing 1 run in 7 innings, but became a losing pitcher due to silence on the batting line. Kim Ha-seong recorded 2 hits in 4 at-bats, and his batting average for the season rose to 25% (13 hits in 51 at-bats).

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