If you stand at bat, you step on first base. Ha-seong Kim (28) of the San Diego Padres played an active role, getting on base four times in one game.
On the 18th (Korean time), Kim Ha-seong started as a 6th hitter and third baseman in the game against the Kansas City Royals held at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA, and recorded 2 hits, 2 walks and 1 run in 3 at-bats. This is the first time he has successfully reached 4th base all season. There were five times last year. The season’s batting average rose from 0.225 to 0.235.
Kim Ha-seong hit a left-handed hit against Kansas City starter Carlos Hernandez in the second inning with one out. In the 4th inning, he walked 1 out and 1 base and scored. Rugned O’Door also picked up a walk and made the bases full, but unfortunately, no points were scored as no points were scored.
Kim Ha-sung hit an ant flying toward the left field line against Kansas City pitcher Josh Taylor in the sixth inning with no out on first base. Odor’s hits and pitchers Balk and Xander Bogarts hit home. Kim Ha-seong, who walked again in the 7th inning, was out counted at the end of the game with a shortstop ground ball in the 9th inning with 2 outs.스포츠토토
Kim Ha-seong also showed an impressive appearance in defense. He advanced and caught Nate Eaton’s third-base grounder with one out and second base in the fifth inning and tried to throw it to first base. But when he saw second base runner Nick Prato running to third base, he turned and headed for third base. Prato slid and reached third base first, but his hands fell off and he was out. It was a sensational defense that eliminated runners in scoring position.
However, San Diego lost 3-4. He got 8 hits and 9 walks, but lacked concentration. San Diego (20-24) fell one notch to 4th in the National League West Division.
Bae Ji-hwan of the Pittsburgh Pirates started as center fielder in the away game against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan, and recorded 1 hit and 1 run in 5 at-bats. Bae Ji-hwan had a heavy hit in the 6th inning, and his season batting average was 0.237. Pittsburgh won 8-0.