Even Kim Ha-seong, ‘unfortunate strikeout’, is silent… 5 straight losses after Kershaw ridiculed, disgrace San Diego
The San Diego Padres lost three straight games to the Los Angeles Dodgers.
San Diego lost 0-4 in an away game against the 2023 Major League Baseball Los Angeles Dodgers at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California on the 15th (hereinafter Korean time).
The silence on 안전놀이터 the other line was painful. He had only three sporadic hits, and was completely silent in scoring range with no hits in nine at-bats. 2nd and 3rd Manny Machado and Juan Soto failed to do their part with no hits in 3 at bats and no hits in 4 at bats, respectively. After losing 2-4 in two consecutive games on the 13th and 14th, he knelt down to the Dodgers in silence on the other day.
Kim Ha-seong, who played an active role in the previous two games against the Dodgers with two RBIs, doubles, and a two-run home run, was also silent on this day with no hits in three at-bats. Kim Ha-seong, who started as the 7th hitter and second baseman, struck out with a straight hit to second base in the 2nd inning, a looking strikeout in the 5th, and a swinging miss in the 7th. It was regrettable that he struck out after an 11-pitch game in the fifth inning. Although the ball was out of the zone, he jumped up at the referee’s strike call and regretted it. Ha-seong Kim, who lost one walk, dropped his season batting average to 2.21.
Even Kim Ha-seong was silent, giving up all three consecutive away matches against the Dodgers, and San Diego, which fell into a 5-game losing streak, fell to -3 from a 50% win rate with a record of 19-22. The gap with the Dodgers (26-15), which ranked first in the National League West division, which had won 5 consecutive wins, widened to 7 games.
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San Diego is on a five-game losing streak after winning its first game of the season against the Dodgers. On the 6th, the first game, against the Dodgers held at the Petco Park home in San Diego, he defeated opponent ace Clayton Kershaw and won 5-2.
At that time, Kershaw suffered a loss with 8 hits (2 homers), 5 walks, 7 strikeouts and 4 runs in 4⅔ innings. After the game, San Diego played a video of Kershaw shedding tears on the screen. It was intended as a mockery, but Kershaw said, “I had to throw well. If we had won, San Diego would not have done that.”
Coincidentally, since then, San Diego has been on a clear downward trend with 1 win and 7 losses. It hurts to lose 5 times to the Dodgers alone. In the meantime, the win rate fell below 50%. It is a disgrace in San Diego.