Kim Ha-seong (28, San Diego Padres) could not laugh at the team’s defeat even after playing on 4 bases with 2 hits and 2 walks.

On the 18th (Korean time), in the 2023 Major League Kansas City Royals game held at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA, Kim Ha-seong started as a 6th batter and 3rd baseman, scoring 2 hits, 2 walks and 1 run in 3 at-bats.

It is the first time this year that Kim Ha-seong has been on base four times in one game.

After hitting the Minnesota Twins on the 10th, he hit a multi-hit in 7 games, and his batting average for the season rose to 0.235.

After one out in the second inning when the match was 0-0, he hit a 98.4 mile (about 158km) four-seam fastball from opponent starter Carlos Hernandez, who came in the middle, and hit a left-handed hit that passed the side of the shortstop.

In the fourth inning, trailing 0-1, with one out and first base, he walked to reliever Mike Myers and advanced to second base in a wild throw. However, the follow-up hit did not lead to a goal.

He added a hit in his third at-bat토스카지노, and built up a multi-hit. He hit Josh Taylor’s slider on the first base with no out in the 6th inning, when the score was 1-4, and hit left-handed.

Afterwards, Ha-seong Kim, who advanced to third base with a hit by Lougned Odor and a balk from the opponent, stepped home on a timely hit by Zander Bogatz. San Diego chased 3-4.

In the 7th inning, where he continued to trail by 1 run, after a 7-pitch match with Aroldis Chapman, he got a walk and succeeded in reaching base for the 4th time. After two outs in the ninth inning, he retreated with a ground ball.

He also showed great sense in defense and received applause.

Ha-seong Kim, who caught Nate Eaton’s ground ball in the fifth inning with one out and second base, tried to throw it to first base, but when he felt second base runner Nick Prato running toward third base, he quickly turned around. Then he tagged out Prato sliding to third base.

The quick judgment that eliminated the runner in the scoring position stood out.

However, despite Kim Ha-sung’s performance, San Diego lost 3-4.

San Diego, who lost by one point two days in a row, recorded 20 wins and 24 losses.

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