SD Kim Ha-seong ended silence in 6 games with a come-from-behind final blow

San Diego Padres Kim Ha-seong (27) decorated the hit he hit in six games with a come-from-behind final hit.

On the 23rd (Korean time), in the 2023 major league game against the Arizona Diamondbacks held at Phoenix Chase Field, Arizona, USA, Kim Ha-seong started as a 3rd baseman with a 7th hit and scored 1 hit and 2 RBIs in 3 at-bats. 메이저놀이터

After the Milwaukee Brewers game on the 17th, Kim Ha-seong’s season batting average, which produced a hit in six games, rose from 0.197 to 0.203.

Ha-seong Kim, who came out as the lead batter in the second inning with a score of 1-2, was struck out looking by Arizona starter Merrill Kelly from the KBO League.

In the 5th inning when he was trailing 2-3, he came out as the lead batter and got a walk. However, he was out at second base on a follow-up Lougned O’Door’s double play.

The long-awaited hit came in the third at-bat in the sixth inning, still trailing by one run. Kim Ha-seong, who appeared with the bases loaded with two outs, hit Arizona’s Kyle Nelson’s first pitch slider and connected it with a turnaround, two RBIs, and a timely hit to the left.

In the 8th inning, when the team was ahead 5-3, with 2nd out and 1st base, he made a surprise bunt, but it was caught on a foul fly by the catcher.

San Diego won 5-3 thanks to Kim Ha-sung’s come-from-behind final blow.

Meanwhile, Fernando Tatisu Jr., who started as the second batter in right field for San Diego that day, drew a two-run arch against Kelly in the first inning.

It is the first home run of the season that Tatis Jr., who was suspended for 80 games for taking a banned substance, hit in three games after returning on the 21st.

Tatis Jr.’s big league home run, which took a break through the 2022 season due to surgery and suspension, is 569 days after the Los Angeles Dodgers on October 1, 2021.

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