Has it been a long time since you felt burdened by shortstop?
Ha-seong Kim of the San Diego Padres in the US Major League failed to continue the upward trend the previous day.
Kim Ha-seong started as the shortstop number 6 in the game against the Chicago Cubs held at Petco Park, the home stadium on the 5th (Korean time), but only had no hits and 2 strikeouts in 4 at-bats. The team also lost to the Cubs 1-7.
Ha-seong Kim played a big role against the Cubs the day before and led the team to victory. He got a walk on multiple hits and went 3 on base. He even succeeded in stealing a base on a perfect sacrifice bunt, and his defense at second base was fantastic.
Therefore, the Cubs game on the 5th also raised great expectations. The uptrend seemed to continue. However, there were variables. Ha-seong Kim moved to second base this season with Xander Bogarts joining. However, on this day, Bogatz took a break due to wrist pain. He was urgently put into the shortstop position he took over last season. When Manny Machado’s hand was injured, it was Kim Ha-seong, a ‘multiplayer’ who moved to third base.
However, he could not continue his upward trend at bat that day. He entered the plate fourth, never got on base, and struck out twice.토토사이트
Kim Ha-seong came out as the lead batter in the second inning and struck out. The bat seemed to have stopped, but the umpire resolutely ruled it a swing. Then, in episode 3, a second chance came. The San Diego batting line worked hard and scored 1 point, and Ha-seong Kim stepped in from the second out and 1st and 2nd base chances, but it ended up being a grounder in the infield. Cubs starter Marcus Stroman overwhelms not only Kim Ha-seong, but all San Diego batters.
The third at-bat came back in the 6th inning. Leader this time. However, in vain, he retreated with a catcher ground ball. Kim Ha-seong swallowed regret by striking out again in the 8th inning without a second runner.
Kim Ha-seong’s batting average for the season, which was 2.5 pun, dropped to 2.4 4.