Kim Ha-seong (San Diego Padres) played an active role, recording multiple on-base, but the team suffered a come-from-behind defeat.토토사이트
Ha-seong Kim participated as a shortstop in the 2023 major league match against the Arizona Diamondbacks held at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona, on the 14th (Korean time), going 4 at bats, 1 hit, 1 run, 1 walk, and 2 strikeouts.
San Diego has Kim Ha-seong (shortstop) – Fernando Tatis Jr. (right fielder) – Juan Soto (left fielder) – Manny Machado (third baseman) – Xander Bogaerts (designated hitter) – Jake Cronenworth (2nd baseman) – Gary Sanchez (catcher) – Garrett Cooper (1st baseman) – Trent Grisham (center fielder) lined up the batting order. Starting pitcher Seth Lugo.
Arizona, where Brandon Pott started, was Corbin Carroll (left field), Ketel Marte (2nd baseman), Tommy Pham (designated hitter), Christian Walker (1st baseman), Jake McCarthy (right fielder), Jace Peterson (3rd baseman), Alec Thomas. (center fielder) – Jose Herrera (catcher) – composed a lineup that leads to Heraldo Ferdomo (shortstop).
Kim Ha-seong swung hard from the first at-bat. In the 3B1S situation, he hit a 93.7 mile (about 150 km/h) four-seam fastball from Pat and scored a double. After that, Tatis scored with a timely RBI. Tatis went all the way to second base with a bold run. Afterwards, when Machado was at bat, he stole the third base base, and Machado’s 1 RBI double came out at the right time.
San Diego continued to score opportunities. Bogatz struck out, but Cronenworth hit a timely hit with 1 RBI in the 2nd base situation and added 3 points only in the 1st inning.
Arizona immediately went in pursuit. In the bottom of the first inning, lead batter Carol hit a triple. Marte then scored an RBI with an infield hit. However, after that, Pam’s double hit came out, and Walker also withdrew with a floating ball in right field.
Ha-seong Kim completed a multi-on-base in the second at-bat in the top of the second inning. With no runners on first out, he walked on base. However, Tatis and Soto failed to score as they were out on shortstop grounders and second basemen grounders, respectively.
Kim Ha-seong struck out looking in the third at-bat in the top of the 4th inning. He looked at the first ball. Three consecutive strikes followed, but they all just watched and headed to the dugout.
Arizona managed to close the score gap in the bottom of the 5th inning. In a situation where there was no one runner, Perdomo attacked Lugo’s 93.8 mile (approximately 150 km/h) four-seam fastball and crossed the right wall.
An opportunity came to Kim Ha-seong in the beginning of the 6th inning. With no runners on second out, Cooper got on base with a walk and Grisham with a hit. Arizona lowered the pot ahead of Kim Ha-sung’s at-bat and put Miguel Castro on the mound. Ha-seong Kim showed an active appearance by turning the bat boldly from the first pitch, but he withdrew with three strikeouts.
In the top of the 7th inning, San Diego managed to run away. After two outs, his concentration shone. With no runners on the second runner, Machado walked out. Bogatz’s hit created a scoring opportunity on 1st and 2nd base. Then, Cronenworth’s 1 RBI and a timely double hit added points. Afterwards, Sanchez walked on base and created a chance to load the bases, but Cooper struck out and failed to score an extra point.
In the bottom of the 7th, Arizona tied the game. Leading batter Peterson walked on base. Thomas’ base hit made him 1 out and 2 base. Arizona pulled out a pinch hitter, Lourdes Gurriel Jr. card. The card hits. Gurriel attacked Nick Martinez’s changeup, which came in high, and hit a tying two-run homer.
Ha-seong Kim came to the plate in the beginning of the 8th inning without a runner. He swung the bat boldly from the first pitch of Luis Farias. However, he was out on a grounder to third base.
Arizona managed to turn around in the bottom of the 8th inning. After one out, Walker and Gabriel Moreno hit back-to-back. Then, Robert Suarez reached base with an automatic 4th pitch and became the bases loaded. Thomas, who came to the plate, scored an RBI on a come-from-behind sacrifice fly.
San Diego failed to take advantage of its last offensive opportunity in the top of the ninth inning and ended up recording a losing series against Arizona.
Ha-seong Kim was silent with no hits in 4 at-bats the previous day (13th), ending his streak of on-base streak in 16 games. However, he proved that there were no ups and downs by recording multiple on-base the next day.
San Diego starter Lugo came off the mound with 2 runs (2 earned), 6 hits (1 home run) and 4 strikeouts in 5 innings, meeting the requirements for a winning pitcher, but the bullpen could not keep the lead. The season 5 win challenge has been postponed to the next time.