San Diego Padres Kim Ha-seong succeeded in reaching base in 9 consecutive games.
Ha-seong Kim started as the first batter 온라인바카라 and second baseman against the 2023 Major League Milwaukee Brewers held at American Family Field in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA on the 28th (Korean time). On this day, he went 0-for-3 with 2 walks and 1 run. He made 2 on base.
Ha-seong Kim played an active role, but San Diego lost to Milwaukee 6-10. The defeat on this day gave up the San Diego series sweep. San Diego, which fell into the pit of three consecutive losses, recorded a record of 61 wins and 70 losses. While starting pitcher Michael Waka was sluggish with 4 hits, 5 walks, 4 runs and 5 strikeouts in 5⅓ innings, Steve Wilson also failed to do his part with 1 hit, 3 walks and 4 runs in ⅓ innings.
On the other hand, Milwaukee blew the whistle for eight straight wins. The season record was 73 wins and 57 losses. In the game, William Contreras went 4 at-bats, 2 hits, 1 home run, 1 walk, 2 RBIs and 1 run, while Mark Kanha went 5 at-bats, 2 hits, 2 RBIs and 1 run.
◆ San Diego vs. Milwaukee starting lineup
San Diego this day was Kim Ha-seong (2nd baseman) – Fernando Tatis Jr. (right fielder) – Juan Soto (left fielder) – Manny Machado (3rd baseman) – Xander Bogatz (shortstop) – Garrett Cooper (1st baseman) – Gary The lineup was organized in the order of Sanchez (catcher) – Trent Grisham (center fielder) – Matthew Barton (second baseman). The starting pitcher was Waka.
On the other hand, Milwaukee has Christian Yelich (left fielder), William Contreras (catcher), Carlos Santana (1st baseman), Sal Fleuric (centerfielder), Mark Kanha (leftfielder), Bryce Turang (2nd baseman), Andrew Monasterio (3rd baseman). )-Taion Taylor (right fielder) made the lineup. The starting pitcher was Adrian Houser.
◆ Kim Ha-sung’s on-base instinct was activated from the first at-bat, and he even raised the first run
Ha-sung Kim’s on-base instinct was triggered from the beginning of the game. Kim Ha-seong, who was in the first at-bat in the first inning, singled out a walk. Kim Ha-seong succeeded in getting on base as he picked out a 92.1 mile sinker ball after a 6-pitch battle with opponent starter Hauser. It is Kim Ha-seong who succeeded in reaching base in 9 consecutive games.
Later, the follow-up hitter, Tatis Jr., struck out on a swing, but Kim Ha-seong settled on third base with Soto’s heavy hit. And taking advantage of Machado’s shortstop grounder, Kim Ha-seong stepped on the home plate. Ha-seong Kim gave San Diego the first point.
He did not get on base in the second at-bat in the second inning. With no runners on the first runner, Ha-seong Kim swung the bat boldly when Hauser’s 90.2 mile sinker ball on the second pitch was in the middle of the strike zone. But he couldn’t hit the center of the bat accurately. The ball floated high in the outfield and was caught by center fielder Frelik’s glove.
Ha-seong Kim did not produce a hit even in the third at-bat. Kim Ha-seong, who started as the lead batter in the 5th inning. He caught and hit an 89.5 mph cut fastball on the third pitch from switched pitcher Bryce Wilson. However, the ball rolled powerlessly toward third base and retreated as an infield ground ball.
In the fourth at-bat in the 7th inning, he walked on base. Grisham’s hit ball and batten’s walk resulted in a safe first and second base situation. Kim Ha-seong succeeded in getting on base by picking out a 99.1 mph sinker ball from the changed pitcher Abner Uribe in a 3-ball, 2-strike situation. Later, during Tatis Junior’s at-bat, Yuribe’s two wildfires came out, and Kim Ha-seong stood at third base. However, subsequent hitters failed to produce a hit and did not score.
In the fifth at-bat in the eighth inning, he struck out. Cooper and Sanchez’s consecutive hits resulted in a chance for 2nd out and 1st and 2nd base. Ha-seong Kim faced the changed pitcher, Trevor Megil. In a no-ball 2-strike situation, I got hit by a knuckle curve on the 3rd pitch.
◆ San Diego gave away big innings, and failed to attack Milwaukee’s mound, which
was shaken. Ha-seong Kim took advantage of Machado’s ground ball from shortstop during a chance to run 1st and 3rd base created by Ha-sung Kim’s walk and Soto’s heavy hit, and Ha-seong Kim stepped on the home run and took the lead in the game.
However, he immediately gave up the tie. With no runners in the first round, Waka allowed Contreras a left-handed solo shot. Immediately the score was 1-1.
San Diego took the lead again, scoring three runs in the second inning. Sanchez’s two-run four broke off at first base, which was created by Cooper’s infield hit. San Diego’s firepower continued to fire. Grisham withdrew due to a bunt out in front of the catcher, but Batten fired a left-handed solo shot to open up the score again.
In the 3rd inning, the chase was allowed. San Diego was on the verge of a bases loaded safe with a walk to Yelich, a double to Contreras, and a walk to Santana. And he gave Frerick a walk again and dedicated 1 point with a push. The crisis situation continued, but Adames was caught with a shortstop ground ball and Kanha with a second base floating ball to prevent additional runs.
However, San Diego allowed a comeback with a big inning in the 6th inning. Waka shook Kanha for a left-handed hit and Turang for a walk. Steven Wilson, who took over the mound, also gave Monasterio another walk, and the crisis continued. Here, Telez hit a two-run double.
In the ongoing crisis, San Diego filtered out Yelich with an intentional four-pitch and handled Contreras’ fly ball to right field, but Santana pushed back a walk and Frerick hit a left-handed double. Milwaukee shook the shaky San Diego wildly. San Diego walked again to Adames and was driven to the bases loaded situation, and Kanha scored two RBI hits to the left. San Diego gave up 7 runs only in the 6th inning.
Although they lost a lot, San Diego also took the opportunity to counterattack. Because the Milwaukee mound shook greatly. However, San Diego only scored two points. Grisham’s pitcher Yuribe hit the body, and Batten and Kim Ha-sung’s consecutive walks created a safe bases-loading chance. When Tatis Junior was at bat, two wild shots came out and he scored two points. Tatis Jr. picked a walk and continued the opportunity, but Soto with a shortstop fly ball, Machado a fly ball for first baseman, and Bogatz with a ground ball for second base failed to score additional points.
San Diego continued to concede. In the 7th inning, pitcher Nick Martinez got a right-handed hit by Monasterio and even allowed a stolen base. He struck out Wimmer and caught Yelich on a shortstop grounder, but Contreras gave up a run on a left-handed double.
San Diego couldn’t score any more points, and eventually became an eight-game winning streak against Milwaukee.