The GG winner of ‘Kim Ha-sung’s Summoning Day’ is two mistakes, and all of them lead to a loss…SD 9-5 MIL

In the home game against the Milwaukee Brewers held at Petco Park on Tuesday (Korea time), Kim started the game as the eighth shortstop and recorded one hit and one RBI from four times at bat. However, he made two critical errors in defense, providing an excuse for his loss. However, San Diego won the game 9-5, as its batters displayed concentration after a close game in the second half of the game.

In the bottom of the second inning, Kim Ha-sung hit a double play in his first at-bat with one out and runners on the first and second bases. In the two-strike, right-hander Colin Leah’s 91.1 mile fastball on the third pitch missed the ball, flowing toward the second baseman and leading to a double play.

He hit Leah’s sweeper in the middle of 82.6 miles on his third pitch on a two-strike in his second at-bat after one out in the fifth when the score was 1-4, but was caught on a fly to second base. San Diego followed with a 3-4 run on Luis Arraez’s two-run homer in the bottom of the fifth.

In his third at-bat in the sixth inning, he scored a hit. 스포츠토토사이트

After losing 3-4, the San Diego Padres tied the game 4-4 with Jake Cronenworth’s outstanding solo homer. Manny Machado’s double to the left gave the Milwaukee bench a chance. He lowered his starting pitcher Leah and called up lefty Jared Keynick.

After Jackson Merrill struck out, pinch hitter Donovan Solano hit a heavy hit and called in Machado. The San Diego Padres, which turned the tide to 5-4, then Kim Ha-sung hit a right-handed hit to lead the chance to first and second bases with two outs. With the ball count of 1B1S, Kim Ha-sung hit a sinker in the middle of Cannick’s third pitch of 95.6 miles to connect the right-handed hit.

Kyle Higashioka then walked and loaded the bases, but Arraez grounded out to second base and San Diego failed to score an additional run.

Kim Ha-sung, who entered the fourth batter’s box with one out in the bottom of the seventh inning with a 7-5 lead, pushed the third pitch of right-hander Elvis Peguero and hit an infield grounder. At this time, the third baseman Machado homered after failing to catch the ball, which was on the forward defense, and all runners, including Kim Ha-sung, lived. On the record, Turang’s error was given, and Kim Ha-sung’s RBI was recognized. The score gap widened to 8-5.

With this, Kim marked a batting average of 0.215 (56 hits in 261 at-bats), nine homers, 35 RBIs, 37 points, 44 walks, 15 steals, a on-base percentage of 0.328, a slugging percentage of 0.375, and an OPS of 0.703. Kim made two critical errors in defense, which served as an excuse for his loss.

In the top of the fifth inning with a 1-0 lead, starter Dylan Shees guided Jackson Chu Su-oh to a groundout, and the ball flowed to Kim Ha-sung’s left, that is, in the left field. First baseman Luis Arraez caught it and missed it when Kim Ha-sung caught it and threw it to first base in reverse motion. Kim Ha-sung was given a throwing error, the batter made an infield hit, and second baseman Tyler Black advanced to third base.

Siege then allowed Bryce Turang to tie the game 1-1 when he grounded out to third base, and William Contreras and Christian Yelich made back-to-back timely hits to overturn the game 3-1. Tom Cosgrove, who took the mound, then allowed an infield hit to Reece Hoskins and gave him one more point, widening the gap to 4-1.

Kim Ha-sung committed another error in the top of the seventh inning with a 5-4 lead. The situation was first and second base due to Elich’s left-handed hit and Willy Adames’ infield hit after one out. Then, Kim Ha-sung, who caught Sal Frelik’s ground ball, hit the second base and threw it to the first base, fell to Araez’s side, and Yelich, the second baseman, homered and tied the game 5-5. If he had caught the batter as it was, he would not have lost a point.

As Kim Ha-sung failed to complete the double play and led to a run, he was disappointed by hitting the ground with his right hand while lying face down on the ground.

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