Kim Ha-sung, did you pick up less trash? All two hard hits are head-on bad luck. No hits in 3 days
Did you pick up less trash?
The San Diego Padres’ Kim Ha-sung hit well, and all of them ended up with no hits due to the bad luck of going straight to the fielders. A missed ball is also a hit if the course is good, but no matter how well you hit the ball, you will be caught in front of the fielder. Therefore, there is a widespread joke among baseball players that you have to do a lot of good things, such as picking up trash, to get lucky.
Kim Ha-sung started as the third baseman and first batter in the 2023 Major League game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Petco Park in San Diego on the 18th. He watched the team’s 1-3 defeat with no hits in four at-bats. His season batting average dropped from 0.284 to 0.281. However, in the third base defense, he stably handled the assault ball several times, drawing admiration. 스포츠토토
The sense of hitting looked good. I had no luck. Two hard hits (a batting speed of more than 95 miles per hour) went straight to the defender. In Major League Baseball, statistically, the probability of hitting increases rapidly from the time the batting speed exceeds 95 miles, and it is classified separately as a hard hit ball.
Kim Ha-sung stepped down in the bottom of the first inning with a straight hit to the left field at his first at-bat. It had a batting speed of 96.8 miles and a firing angle of 22 degrees. In the bottom of the third inning, his second at-bat was a fly ball to the left field.
He faced his third at-bat in the bottom of the fifth inning, trailing 1-3. Kim Ha-sung had an advantageous count of three balls and one strike. He decided to hit the four-seam fastball that was driven to the center for the fifth pitch. He hit the center of the bat properly. It was recorded with a batting speed of 98.8 miles and a firing angle of 15 degrees, but the right fielder hardly moved and easily caught it.
He struck out in his fourth at-bat in the eighth inning.
San Diego got two walks in the bottom of the ninth inning and took the last chance with two outs and runners on first and second base. Jake Cronenworth struck out standing and swallowed his disappointment.
San Diego lost the day, further away from autumn baseball. Arizona won three games in a row, reducing its gap with the wild-card Chicago Cubs to one game. San Diego fell by four games with Arizona and five games with the Cubs.