San Diego Kim Ha-seong, multiple on base, final score Pittsburgh, Ji-hwan Bae walks 1
San Diego Kim Ha-sung of the U.S. Major League Baseball (MLB) helped the team win by recording multi-base hits.
Kim Ha-sung started as the first batter and second baseman against Oakland at Oakland Coliseum in Oakland, California, on the 17th and scored one hit and one walk in four at-bats. Kim Ha-sung, who added hits and runs in three games, hit 0.265 this season.
Kim Ha-sung picked up a walk in his first at-bat in the top of the first inning. Fernando Tatis Jr.’s double made it to third base and Juan Soto’s sacrifice fly.
Kim Ha-sung, who stepped down with a grounder to shortstop in the top of the second inning, also set the stage for scoring in the top of the fourth inning. Kim Ha-sung, who played his third at-bat with two outs and runners on first base, hit a right-handed hit. Since then, Tatis Jr. and Soto’s consecutive walks have led to push-off scores. He struck out in the fifth and eighth innings. 스포츠토토
Choi Ji-man, who suffered an ankle injury, played in a big league game for the first time in 36 days. He picked up a walk in his first at-bat in the first inning, but was replaced by pinch hitter Garrett Cooper in the seventh inning after a grounder to first base in the third inning and striking out in the fifth inning. His batting average for the season was 0.174.
San Diego won 5-2. San Diego, which has won three consecutive games, maintained fourth place in the National League West with 71 wins and 78 losses in the season.
Bae Ji-hwan of the Pittsburgh Pirates walked and scored a run. Bae Ji-hwan started as the first batter and second baseman against the New York Yankees and recorded no hits, one walk, and one run in four at-bats. His batting average for the season was 0.239.
Pittsburgh lost 3-6 on the day and lost two consecutive games. He maintained his fourth place in the National League Central Division with 69 wins and 80 losses in the season.