It was a game that could end without a hit. He made up for his sluggishness in his last at-bat. Ha-seong Kim and the San Diego Padres also laughed together.

Kim Ha-seong started as a second batter and third baseman in an away game against the Washington Nationals in the 2023 Major League Baseball (MLB) held at Nationals Park in Washington, DC, USA on the 24th, and recorded 1 hit in 5 at bats.먹튀검증

After the game against the Kansas City Royals on the 18th, he continued his streak of hits in 5 consecutive games, but Ha-seong Kim’s season batting average slightly decreased from 0.236 to 0.235.

Even until the middle of the game, Kim Ha-seong was not a great addition to the team. He started as a table setter with Fernando Tatis Jr., but it was difficult not only to hit but also to get on base. Following the ground ball, strikeout, and fly ball, the ball hit in the fourth at-bat was caught in front of the center fielder.

It was the beginning of the 8th inning that soothed the disappointment. Kim Ha-seong, who appeared as the lead batter, pushed the sinker on the 5th pitch with a ball count of 2-2 against Chad Cool, hitting a right-handed hit.

He walked to follow-up hitter Juan Soto, but Zander Bogatz’s double hit and Jake Cronenworth’s strikeout prevented him from scoring. Ha-sung Kim’s 100th goal in the big leagues was also postponed to the next opportunity.

San Diego defeated Washington 7-4 and won two games in a row. In the other lineup, Soto had a three-hit game, and Bogatz and Trent Grisham also contributed to the team’s victory with multi-hits. Starting pitcher Darvish Yu recorded his 3rd win of the season with 6 hits (2 homers), 1 walk, 4 strikeouts and 3 runs in 6 innings.

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