I hit it hard, Kim Ha-sung has no hits against Arizona – Team also loses
It was a day without luck for Kim Ha-sung and the San Diego Padres.
San Diego lost 1-3 to the Arizona Diamondbacks at Petco Park in San Diego, California on the 18th. The loss marked 58 wins and 64 losses. Arizona is 62 wins and 60 losses.
Kim Ha-sung, who started as the first third baseman, stepped down without income with no hits and one strikeout in four at-bats. He batted .281 in the season.
He continued to hit the ball and made a strong ball with a batting speed of more than 95 miles, but the ball headed straight to the fielder.
It wasn’t just Kim Ha-sung’s job. On this day, San Diego batters continued to hit strong pitches against opposing starter Jack Gallen (6 1/3 innings, 3 hits, 1 walk, 3 strikeouts, 1 run). Of the 19 in-play situations, 14 were strong with a batting speed of 95 miles or more.
But he didn’t score much. Following leadoff hitter Jake Cronenworth’s double in the fifth inning, Trent Grisham brought it in with a right-handed hit at second base with two outs.
Kim Ha-sung had no income at bat, but instead showed good performance in defense. In the top of the fourth inning, Kyle Lewis’s fastball was caught with a quick judgment and led to a groundout. In the ninth inning, Gabriel Moreno’s difficult ball was caught well with a backhand and thrown out to first base.
Starter Rich Hill recorded two hits, two home runs, one walk, three strikeouts and three runs in five innings. He showed his best performance since moving to San Diego, but it was not enough to win. 토토사이트
Both hits went over the fence. Tommy Pam hit a two-run home run in the fourth inning and Moreno hit a solo home run in the fifth inning.
Pedro Avila, who then threw, reduced bullpen consumption by recording one hit, one walk, four strikeouts and no runs in four innings.
In the ninth inning, he got the last chance by collecting runners with two walks, but Jake Cronenworth missed the last chance as he stepped down with a rocking strikeout.
Arizona rookie Justin Martinez pitched in the eighth inning with two outs and recorded a four-out save. Big League first save. Kim Ha-sung also stepped down with a rookie strikeout on a fastball of more than 100 miles.