Ha-seong Kim, Multiple Hits in 9 Games… Mistakes were also Induced Twice
Batting average increased from 0.264 to 0.266 with 2 hits and 2 runs in 5 at-bats.
San Diego Padres Kim Ha-seong (27) contributed to the team’s victory by making a big hit with multiple hits (more than 2 hits in a game) in 9 games.
Ha-seong Kim started as a second hitter and shortstop in the 2023 Major League Baseball (MLB) home game against the St. Louis Cardinals held at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA on the 25th (Korean time), and went on the pitch with 2 hits and 2 runs in 5 at-bats.
The season batting average rose from 0.264 to 0.266 (136 hits in 512 at-bats).
He also added two runs to give him his 83rd point of the season. 토토사이트
Ha-seong Kim had two hits, but he actually reached base four times.
Kim Ha-seong, who took his first at-bat in the first inning with no outs and no outs on second base, hit a large ball toward right field.
At this time, perhaps because of the strong sun in the San Diego sky, St. Louis right fielder Jordan Walker was in a hurry and ended up dropping the ball.
The runner on second base advanced to third base, and Ha-seong Kim advanced to second base.
The official record is an error by right field.
Immediately after, Juan Soto hit his 33rd three-run home run of the season, allowing Kim Ha-seong to score.
In the second inning, with 2 outs and 3rd base on base, he hit a ground ball to 3rd base, and St. Louis 3rd baseman Irving Lopez threw a bad throw to 1st base, allowing Ha-seong Kim to go to 2nd base.
Third base runner Sander Bohartz homered, but Ha-seong Kim’s RBI was not recognized because the score was due to an error.
In his third at-bat in the fourth inning, he reached base through skill rather than an error.
With one out and no runner on base, he hit a double to left field, and hit home with Soto’s double, scoring his second run of the day.
Kim Ha-seong, who retired with a straight hit to shortstop in the 5th inning, completed a multi-hit game with a hit to right in the 7th inning.
Ha-seong Kim’s multi-hit is the first in 9 games since the Houston Astros game on the 9th (2 hits in 4 at-bats).
San Diego, where all of the starting players, including Ha-seong Kim, hit hits, won 12-2 over Pittsburgh.