I almost cried because I was blocked by Kim Ha Sung’s defense by Awesome and Jeonghwa Beast, Bad luck SD batter ends 2 consecutive wins
San Diego Padres infielder Kim Ha-sung (28) flashed several times in defense. However, he had to watch the team’s defeat amid the bad luck of catching a well-hit ball by the fielders.
Kim Ha-sung started as the first batter and third baseman against the Arizona Diamondbacks in the “2023 Major League” at Petco Park in San Diego, California, on the 18th. The two consecutive hits ended with no hits in four at-bats. His batting average dropped slightly from 0.284 to 0.281.
San Diego started with Kim Ha-sung (third baseman), Fernando Tatis Jr. (right fielder), Juan Soto (left fielder), Manny Machado (nominated hitter), Xander Bogart (shortstop), Jake Cronenworth (second baseman), Luis Campusano (fourth baseman), Garrett Cooper (center fielder), and Richie.
On the other hand, Arizona faced off with Kyle Lewis (nominated hitter), Corbin Carroll (right fielder), Tommy Pam (left fielder), Christian Walker (first baseman), Buddy Kennedy (third baseman), Gabriel Moreno (catcher), Alec Thomas (center fielder), Nick Ahmed (shortstop), and starting pitcher Jack Gallen.
It’s not working…Awesome Kim, whose regular hit shone in front of the fielders, but in defense
Kim Ha-sung’s first at-bat was in the bottom of the first inning. As the leadoff hitter, he hit Galen’s four-seam fastball well, but stepped down with a fly ball to left field. His second at-bat was two outs and runners on second base in the bottom of the third inning. The ball count 2-1 hit the cutter in an advantageous situation, but it turned to a fly ball to the left field again.
In the bottom of the fifth inning, his third at-bat, with two outs and a runner on first, the well-hit ball headed straight to the right fielder and turned to the dugout. After two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning, his last at-bat, he struck out as he watched a four-seam fastball with a maximum speed of 102 miles per hour (about 164.1km).
It flashed several times in defense. In the top of the fourth inning, he chased Lewis’ ball with his eyes to the end. The batting speed was also fast at 85.9 miles per hour (about 138.2 kilometers) and the bound jumped from the end, but he showed concentration and raised the out count.
After two outs in the top of the ninth inning, Moreno’s pitch was perfectly caught with a backhand, and he threw it quickly and accurately to first base to finish the inning.
The best pitch since the 43-year-old veteran’s transfer, but he cried at two home runs.
Hill, a 43-year-old veteran, will leave the Pittsburgh Pirates ahead of the trade deadline this season and wear a San Diego uniform. After the transfer, he failed to show his skills in two games. He was shaken by allowing nine runs in a total of 6⅓3 innings.
Hill made the best pitch in his third appearance. He recorded two hits (two home runs), one walk, three strikeouts, and three runs in five innings.
What was disappointing was two home runs. Hill walked Carol after one out in the top of the fourth inning and gave Pam the first run 0-2 for a two-run home run over the middle fence. The extra run was in the top of the fifth inning. As expected, the home run caught my ankle. The leadoff hitter Moreno allowed a solo home run over the right fence, making it 0-3.
The lucky leadoff hitter got on base and San Diego’s counterattack began.
The quiet San Diego batters woke up in the bottom of the fifth inning. Leadoff hitter Kronenworth floated high, but center fielder and left fielder overlapped each other and failed to handle the ball perfectly. In the meantime, Cronenworth walked leisurely to second base to score.
San Diego, who took the opportunity, did not miss and scored. Cooper struck out, but Grisham hit an RBI timely hit to start the chase 1-3.
Why do you keep hitting the ball head-on the front…San Diego, which was full of bad luck, ends its second consecutive win
The San Diego batters were full of bad luck on the day. The batters’ well-hit ball had to turn lonely into the dugout toward the fielder’s front. Starting with leadoff hitter Kim Ha-sung in the bottom of the first inning, San Diego had seven line drive outs, including Soto and Bogatsu in the bottom of the fourth inning, Kampusano and Kim Ha-sung in the bottom of the fifth inning, and Bogatsu and Kampusano in the bottom of the seventh inning.
He hit the opposing pitcher well and had several regular hits, but all turned into outcounts, making it difficult to create scoring opportunities or continue the opportunity.
In the end, he didn’t create much opportunity until the last attack and lost 1-3.
Hill, who started, lost 13 games (7 wins) this season with three runs in five innings. Pedro Avila, who subsequently took the mound, played four scoreless innings. The team’s batters had to bow down, tied to just three hits. 스포츠토토