‘Ha-seong Kim hit 156km and hit it…’ Ending 6-7 reverse defeat through SD

 Kim Ha-seong (28, San Diego Padres) resumed his hitting streak with one hit. However, the team suffered a bitter ending defeat in the bottom of the 9th inning.

Ha-seong Kim started as a ninth batter and second baseman in the 2023 Major League away game against the Atlanta Braves, which took place on the 7th (Korean time) at True East Park (42,803 people) in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 1 hit in 4 at-bats recorded a strikeout. Kim Ha-seong’s batting average slightly decreased from 0.294 to 0.286.

In the midst of Atlanta’s home opener, San Diego suffered a 6-7 walk-off loss in the ninth. San Diego went 3-4. Atlanta, which succeeded in winning 4 games in a row, marked 6 wins and 1 loss.

It attracted attention as the first confrontation between the strong World Series championship candidates this season. San Diego: Trent Grisham (Center Field) – Juan Soto (Left Field) – Manny Machado (3 Base) – Zander Bogaerts (Shortstop) – Jake Cronenworth (1 Base) – Matt Carpenter (DH) – Austin Nola (Catcher) – The starting batting order was drawn in the order of Lougned Odor (right fielder) and Kim Ha-seong (second baseman). Starting pitcher Blake Snell.

Atlanta: Ronald Acuna Jr. (right fielder) – Matt Olsen (1st baseman) – 온라인바카라Austin Riley (3rd baseman) – Travis Dano (DH) – G. Albis (2nd baseman) – Murphy (catcher) – Michael Harris Jr. (center fielder) -Kevin Pillar (left fielder) -Old Arcia (shortstop) composed the batting order in order. Starting pitcher Spencer Strider.

It was Kim Ha-seong, who had a dynamic time recently. After reporting his first hit in the opening game against Colorado on the 31st of last month, he completed a 3-hit game on the 1st of last month. Silence against Colorado on the 3rd. Then, on the 4th, against Arizona, he became a hero by blasting his first walk-off four in his major league debut. Kim Ha-seong, who went 0-hit in 4 at-bats against Arizona on the 5th, played the game after a day off.

At the end of the first inning, Atlanta had a chance to run with one out and third base, and Riley scored an RBI on a sacrifice fly to left field. Ha-seong Kim went to the plate for the first time after one shot in the top of the 3rd inning, with the team trailing 0-1, but withdrew with a looking strikeout on an outwardly flowing slider (136.9 km). San Diego gave up a home run to Arcia in the bottom of the 3rd inning, leading to 0-2.

San Diego overturned the game at once in the top of the 4th inning. Carpenter drew a three-run arch with superiority at the chance of one out and first and second base (3-2). With 2nd out and 2nd base, Pilar hit a timely hit to left center, and Olsen picked up a push-out walk in the ensuing second-out opportunity. well turned off

Kim Ha-seong’s hit came in the 5th inning. Kim Ha-seong, who came out as the lead batter, hit a four-seam fastball (156.1km) on the 4th ball count 1-2 and connected it with a hit in the middle left. After the game on the 3rd pitch, he stood out as he took time and interrupted the flow of Strider’s pitch. Strider also showed himself unable to hold back his anger right after allowing a hit. However, Ha-seong Kim could not hit home due to a follow-up hit.

From the 6th inning, Atlanta posted second pitcher Lucas Routzi. However, lead hitter Cronenworth hit a solo shot with a tie-breaking lead (4-4). Ha-seong Kim pulled the first pitch sweeper (123.6km) in the 2nd out and 3rd base, but withdrew with a ground ball from 3rd base.

San Diego turned the game around in the 8th inning by utilizing its quick mobility. Atlanta’s fourth pitcher, Kirby Yates, is on the rise. However, after allowing consecutive walks to Bogatz and Cronenworth, Carpenter’s center fielder’s fly ball allowed additional bases to advance, making it to the second and third bases. Surprisingly, he struck out on a swing. Then, during Azokar’s at-bat, Yates committed a wild throw on the second pitch. Bogatz swept home while the ball slipped to the side of the catcher. Ha-seong Kim hit the first pitch (149.8km four-seam fastball) at third base, but bowed his head due to a foul fly-out by the first baseman.

Atlanta did not back down easily either. In the bottom of the 8th inning, after Olsen’s timely hit to the left with 2nd out and 3rd base, Dano pulled out a timely hit to tie the score at the 1st and 2nd base opportunities. 6-6 Origin. In the end, the winner was Atlanta. In the ninth inning, San Diego posted Nabil Chrismat. After two outs, Atlanta reached base with Eddie Rosario’s double that landed inside the right field. Arcia then exploded a timely hit during the end.

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