Kim Ha-seong, who returned to the starting lineup after only one day, roamed the ground in all directions. Ha-sung Kim’s presence constantly burdened his opponent. But he couldn’t lead to victory.
Ha-seong Kim started as a second baseman in the 8th match against the San Francisco Giants in the ‘2023 Major League Baseball’ held at Oracle Park in San Francisco, California on the 20th (hereinafter Korean time), wielding 4 at-bats, 3 hits and 2 RBIs, leading the team to 4-2. He led the way to victory and three consecutive victories. With this, Kim Ha-seong’s performance rose to 2.5 0.5 and OPS .721.
From the first inning, Kim Ha-seong’s speed dominated the ground. Ha-seong Kim made his first at-bat in the beginning of the second inning with no runners out. He faced sidearm Ryan Walker and hit an 83.5 mph slider on the fifth pitch in a 2-ball, 2-strike situation. The ground ball rolled slowly toward shortstop as he batted on the outside slider. Ha-seong Kim sprinted and made a safe decision at first base.
Afterwards, Kim Ha-seong attempted to steal second base, but left-hander Taylor Rogers caught first base in check. However, even in this situation, Kim Ha-sung’s presence shone. Ha-seong Kim ignored Rogers’ check and ran to second base. out was certain. However, San Francisco first baseman Lamonte Wade Jr.’s throw to second base missed. It was the result of being conscious of Kim Ha-seong. Ha-seong Kim even succeeded in stealing season 12. But he didn’t hit the follow-up.
The second at-bat in the top of the 4th was a scoring opportunity. Jake Cronenworth’s right-handed hit and Rugned O’Doer’s first-prize double gave him a chance to get 1 out and 2nd and 3rd base. Kim Ha-seong was driven to 1 ball and 2 strikes against Jacob Junis. However, he correctly contacted the 85.9 mph slider on the outside of the fifth pitch and connected it with two RBIs in the middle right. After the game against Colorado on the 12th, he scored an RBI in 9 games.
San Francisco couldn’t help but be conscious when Kim Ha-seong entered the plate. At the beginning of the 6th inning, in the third at-bat with no runners out, Kim Ha-seong hit Kitten Wynn’s 90.6 mile splitter with 1 ball and 2 strikes, and it became a ground ball between 3 intervals. Shortstop Brandon Crawford caught the batted ball and made a running throw, but the throwing ball was too high for the first baseman to catch. The record is an infield hit. It was Kim Ha-seong’s presence that made veteran shortstop Crawford nervous in the 4th inning of the shortstop Gold Glove. The second three-hit game of the season was completed after the game against Colorado on April 1.
San Diego took a 4-2 lead with Kim Ha-sung’s 3 hits and 2 RBIs, and Juan Soto’s 2 solo shots in the 1st and 5th innings. Starter Michael Wakado had a quality start with 4 hits (2 home runs) and 2 walks in 6 innings and allowed 2 runs.
However, Luis Garcia, who was on the mound in the ninth inning with a 4-2 lead, was hit by pinch hitter Blake Sable and hit by Mike Yastrzemski, putting the 1st and 3rd bases in danger. In the end, he conceded 1 run with a wild throw and brought himself into a crisis with 1 company on 1st and 3rd base, and Patrick Bailey allowed a sacrifice fly in left field to tie the score at 4-4. With closer Josh Hader unable to take the mound, he ultimately lost his two-run lead. The game went into overtime. 메이저사이트
In the top of the 10th inning, San Diego was the batting line with Soto Machado Bogatz Cronenworth on second base. Soto went to base with an automatic intentional 4th pitch, but after that, the timely hit did not occur, and he was in danger at the end of the 10th inning.
In 1st out, 2nd and 3rd base, Yastrzemski got a three-run finish and lost 4-7. Failed to win 3 in a row. San Francisco went on an eight-game winning streak.