San Diego Padres Kim Ha-seong (28) was silent for two consecutive games without a hit.
On the 27th (Korean time), in the game against the Milwaukee Brewers held at American Family Field in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, he started as second baseman and recorded 1 run and 1 walk in 3 at-bats.
Kim Ha-seong, who started as the lead batter in the first inning, scooped Milwaukee starting pitcher Freddy Peralta’s 5-pitch slider at 82.6 miles per hour (132.9 km), but was caught with a floating ball by the third baseman. San Diego scored first with Zander Bogaerts’ solo homer in the second inning.
Ha-seong Kim hit Peralta’s 6-pitch, 79.3 mile (127.6 km) changeup in the 3rd inning with one out, but was caught with a ground ball by the third baseman.
[Photo] Ha-seong Kim of the San Diego Padres. ⓒGettyimages (unauthorized reproduction and redistribution prohibited)
Milwaukee scored in the bottom of the 5th inning: Mark Kanha hit, Bryce Trang hit, Andrew Monasterio 1 RBI, timely hit, Tron Taylor advanced, third base stolen and catcher throw error, Christian Yelich walk, William Contreras 2 RBI double, Carlos Santana 1 RBI 2 He turned the game around by scoring 5 points with a base hit.
Kim Ha-seong took the lead in the 6th inning and scored a walk against Peralta. Juan Soto also went on base with a walk and connected chances with one out, first and second bases, and Manny Machado made up for one point with an RBI and a timely hit. Ha-seong Kim also scored.
Kim Ha-seong, who entered the fourth at-bat with two outs on first and second base in the seventh inning, hit relief pitcher Elvis Peguero’s two-ball sinker at 97.3 miles (156.6 km), but was caught by the pitcher’s ground ball. San Diego chased 4-5 with a hit by Fernando Tatis and a two-run home run by Soto in the 8th inning. But no more goals were scored.스포츠토토
Kim Ha-seong, who remained silent for two consecutive games without a hit, dropped his season batting average to .277 (118 hits in 428 at-bats).
San Diego suffered a 4-5 come-from-behind loss and fell into a two-game losing streak. Starting pitcher Pedro Avila recorded a loss with 5 hits, 2 walks, 4 strikeouts and 5 runs in 4⅓ innings. Bogatz (Season 15) and Soto (Season 25) hit home runs, but could not prevent the team from losing.