He received enthusiastic cheers and cheers from the respectful audience, saying, “Ha-slam Kim.” Ha-seong Kim also struggled with a hit, but could not prevent the team from complete defeat.

Ha-seong Kim started as first baseman 3 times in the 2023 American Professional Baseball Major League Miami Marlins game held at Petco Park in San Diego, California on the 23rd (Korean time) and recorded 1 hit and 1 strikeout in 4 at-bats, and San Diego was 0-3. lost to Ha-sung Kim’s batting average for the season remained at 0.280.

The previous day, Kim Ha-seong hit a big home run and double against the same Miami team, leading the team to a 6-2 victory with 2 hits in 4 at-bats (1 home run) and 4 RBIs. have made In this series, San Diego designated the 22nd as ‘Kim Ha-sung Day’ and presented Kim Ha-sung’s bobblehead to the entrance crowd.

Thanks to such an activity, when Ha-seong Kim appeared as the lead batter at the end of the first inning, Petco Park started to get upset. And Kim Ha-seong confidently countered Miami starter Jesús Luzardo’s 97 mph four-seam fastball on a low course in the first pitch. His swing did not seem to have much power, but the batted ball went straight and was unfortunately caught by the opponent’s center fielder. Although it became a beomta, it was a scene where Kim Ha-sung’s good batting condition could be seen.

At the beginning of the 3rd inning, San Diego gave up 3 runs after a disappointing situation. San Diego starting pitcher Ian Snell hit a solo home run in the middle of the month by opponent batter Solaire after one out. After that, Snell shook as he gave up two more hits in a row. Miami’s 4th hitter Burger hit the infield, and in the follow-up situation, the shortstop’s throwing error came out, allowing Miami’s third base runner to home and allow an additional run. Follow-up situation Snell gave up a total of three runs while giving up one more point on Garcia’s grounder.

It was a pity that Snell, who gave up the most walks in the league since mid-May, but also showed the best pitcher while allowing the fewest hits, lost runs due to consecutive hits and errors. However, Miami also failed to advance base running when Chizom hit in the follow-up situation, and the attack flow was cut off.

And San Diego’s attack at the bottom of the 3rd inning followed. When Ha-seong Kim, who wrote history for the San Diego Padres by simultaneously recording a grand slam and stealing doubles the day before, showed up, enthusiastic support that was hotter than the first at-bat poured out. The home crowd of Petco Park chanted ‘Ha-Slam Kim’ and cheered as if the stadium was about to leave.

‘Ha-Slam Kim’ is a combination of Ha-sung Kim’s name and grand slam, and it became a hot topic when San Diego used it on official SNS. . Local spectators holding Taegeukgi were also seen everywhere. Amid enthusiastic support, Kim Ha-seong also played a close game with 6 pitches, but unfortunately withdrew due to a pop fly by the second baseman.

The offensive situation ended unfortunately, but Kim Ha-seong showed stable and solid defense twice in the beginning of the 4th inning, catching two outcounts and helping starting pitcher Ian Snell, who struggled a little that day.

Since then, the game has flowed into a complete pitcher’s battle as batters from both teams rarely create opportunities.

And Ha-seong Kim broke the long silence in San Diego. After one out at the end of the 6th inning, with no runners in place, Kim Ha-seong, who entered the plate once again, scored a hit in the middle left, aiming for the first pitch again.

However, in the operation of the follow-up situation team, there was also a scene where he was out while attempting to steal. In Tatis Jr.’s at-bat, he started quickly with a hit-and-run on the 6th pitch, but a foul came out. Afterwards, Tatis Jr. struck out on a swing, and at the same time Ha-seong Kim tried to steal second base and was out, ending San Diego’s long-awaited chance.카지노

In the top of the 8th inning, San Diego allowed a bases loaded crisis with two outs due to a hit, a hit, and a walk. However, he did not concede any additional runs as he took out a hit to the follow-up hitter and handled it. Nevertheless, in the attack at the end of the 8th inning, after two outs and Cooper’s double, pinch hitter Campusano was out with a shortstop line drive, and he could not score.

Ha-seong Kim also failed to score a multi-hit. He entered the 4th at-bat as the lead hitter in the 9th inning, but unfortunately withdrew due to a strikeout on a foul tip. With Tatis Jr.’s walk, San Diego continued its last chance, but Soto’s batted ball was caught by opponent’s center fielder Chizom’s lake rain, so he couldn’t turn the game around as he couldn’t score.

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