Kim Ha-seong (San Diego Padres) hit multiple hits (two or more hits in one game) for the third time this year, but the team lost.
Ha-seong Kim participated as a second baseman with a 6th hit in the 2023 American Professional Baseball Major League (MLB) home game against the Milwaukee Brewers held at Petco Park in San Diego, California on the 17th (Korean time), breaking the silence in the last three consecutive games and scoring 2 at 4. Hit the hit.
Ha-seong Kim’s batting average for the season rose to 0.255 (13 hits in 51 at-bats).
Kim Ha-seong, who was caught with a shortstop grounder in the second inning, went on base with a right-handed hit after two outs in the fourth inning. In the seventh, he was retired with a fly ball to right field.
Ha-sung Kim’s true value shone in the bottom of the 9th inning.토토사이트 In the bottom of the 9th inning, which was trailing 0-1, Milwaukee finisher Devin Williams’ long-term changeup was pulled from second out and first base, and he continued to tie the game with a clean left-handed hit.
It is the third time Kim Ha-seong has hit multiple hits, following the matches against the Colorado Rockies (3 hits) on the 1st of this month and the Atlanta Braves (2 hits) on the 10th of this month.
Follow-up Austin Nola picked up a walk, and now San Diego had a chance to end with two outs loaded.
However, the game ended as Trent Grisham struck out with an absolute advantage of a 3-ball, 1-strike count.
San Diego’s Japanese starting pitcher, Darubishu Yu, lost 12 strikeouts in 7 innings and gave 1 run.
Among San Diego hitters, Sander Bohartz, Manny Machado, and Nola each had one hit, except Ha-seong Kim.