‘Another’ Kim Ha-seong 4G consecutive hits, storm run to score wedge ‘Team BOS 7-0 complete’
Ha-seong Kim (28, San Diego Padres) contributed to the team’s complete victory by hitting in four consecutive games and even scoring a wedge.
The San Diego Padres won 7-0 in the 2023 Major League Baseball (MLB) home game against the Boston Red Sox at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA on the 22nd (Korean time).
San Diego escaped from a 4-game losing streak and recorded 21 wins and 26 losses. The standings are 4th in the National League West Division. Boston ended its four-game winning streak with a record of 26-21. The ranking is 4th in the American League East Division.
Kim Ha-seong메이저사이트 started as a sixth batter and third baseman and played an active role with 1 hit and 1 run in 4 at-bats. Hit streak in the last 4 games. Ha-seong Kim maintained a batting average of 0.236 (34 hits in 144 at-bats) this season. OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) 0.687. 4 home runs and 15 RBIs.
San Diego succeeded in suppressing the baseline by scoring a large number of 4 runs in the first inning alone. Leading batter Tatis Jr. walked, Cronenworth went on base due to a pitcher’s mistake, and Bogatz walked to secure the bases safely. After one out, Carpenter pulled out a
walk. However, he swallowed regret by striking out with a swing on the 4th pitch of the first pitch. However, San Diego ran away to 4-0 with the next batter, O’Door, sweeping up three RBIs and hitting a double at the right time.
San Diego added two runs in the third. After one out, Soto hit a heavy hit, then Carpenter hit the first pitch against the new pitcher, Richard Blair, and drew a two-run arch (6-0). Carpenter’s fourth home run of the season. Ha-seong Kim then stepped on the second at-bat, but withdrew with a grounder on third base.
Fernando Tatis Jr. 6th inning Nick Piveta’s high ball leans back and narrowly avoids the hit. /AFPBBNews=News1
The true value of Kim Ha-seong shone in the 6th episode. Ha-seong Kim, who started as the lead batter, attacked Nick Piveta’s 5th pitch with an advantageous ball count of 3-1, creating a hit that landed in front of the center fielder. Then, when Kim Ha-seong hit a double in left field, he sprinted and stepped on the home. It was a wedge score to run away from 6-0 to 7-0. Kim Ha-seong had his last at-bat in the 8th inning without a runner, but struck out on a swing after a 7-pitch game.
While the batting line showed concentration, San Diego’s pitchers showed more strength. San Diego starter Michael Waka won his 5th win (1 loss) of the season by striking out 4 with 5 hits and 1 walk over 6 innings. Following this, Tom Cosgrove, Nick Martinez, and Josh Hader climbed the mound in turn and were responsible for one scoreless inning each. In the batting line with 6 hits, Odore flew 4 times at bat with 2 hits and 4 RBIs.
On the other hand, Boston’s starter clubber was shaken with 3 hits, 3 walks, 1 strikeout and 5 runs (1 earned) in 2⅓ innings, and he wrote the yoke of defeat. 6th loss of the season (2 wins). In Boston, Yoshida, Tapia, and Maguire fought hard with multi-hits. Yoshida’s performance that day was 2 hits in 3 at-bats, 1 walk and 1 strikeout. His batting average was 0.303 (46 hits in 152 at-bats) with 6 homers and 28 RBIs. Boston scored seven hits, one more than San Diego, but swallowed regret due to lack of concentration.
Josh Hader celebrates after winning against Boston on the 22nd (Korean time). /AFPBBNews=News1
Boston Red Sox vs. San Diego Padres Starting Lineup (May 22 Korean time, 42,825 people entered)
- Boston Red Sox : Alex Verdugo (right fielder) – Yoshida Masataka (designated hitter) – Triston Casas (1st baseman) – Rafael Devers (3rd baseman) – Jaren Duran (center fielder) – Raimel Tapia (left fielder) – Enrique Hernandez (shortstop) – Enmanuel Valdes (2nd baseman) – Rhys Maguire (catcher). Starting pitcher Corey Kluber.
- San Diego Padres : Fernando Tatis Jr. (right fielder) – Jake Cronenworth (1st baseman) – Zander Bogatz (shortstop) – Juan Soto (left fielder) – Matt Carpenter (DH) – Ha-Sung Kim (3rd baseman) – Rugned O’Door (2nd baseman) – Trent Grisham (center fielder) – Brett Sullivan (catcher). Starting pitcher Michael Waka.