San Diego player Kim Ha-seong raised the sense of hitting with multi-hits in 5 games, but the team unfortunately suffered a come-from-behind defeat.
Ha-seong Kim started as a 7th batter and second baseman in a game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, and it was his 300th game since his major league debut.
Ha-seong Kim hit a ground ball in front of the pitcher in his second at-bat, but he had to run with all his might to make it a hit.먹튀검증
In the sixth inning, with two outs on first base, he hit a heavy hit and pulled Dodgers starter Urias off the mound.
However, San Diego lost 5-2 by giving up a two-run home run to Outman in the 10th inning after being hit by a solo shot by Mookie Betts in two outs in the ninth.