The San Diego Padres once again suffered from a void and wasted a good starter pitch. Kim Ha-seong recorded two hits, but it was not enough to win.
San Diego lost its home game 0-1 against the Milwaukee Brewers held at Petco Park in San Diego, California on the 17th (Korean time). With this loss, he recorded 8 wins and 9 losses with a record of 1 win and 3 losses in 4 consecutive matches against Milwaukee. Milwaukee is 11-5.
Kim Ha-seong, who started second baseman 6 times, recorded 2 hits in 4 at-bats. The season’s batting average rose to 0.255. In the second base defense, in the beginning of the 8th inning, Christian Yelich’s strong ground ball with a batting speed of 106.9 mph was reversed and turned into a catch and out.
In the 4th inning, he recorded a hit in the second match against starter Wade Miley. In a situation where there were no runners in the second company, the ball that was pushed fell inside the foul line in front of the right fielder and became a pair. It was a hit that broke the silence of 10 at-bats.
He was the first San Diego batter to step on base after Austin Nola’s double in the second inning. However, the follow-up was misfired and it was left on base.
Until Kim Ha-seong came back to bat in the 7th inning, not a single batter was able to get on base. Ha-seong Kim also joined the ranks. This time, he pushed the ball through a similar course, but the ball floated high, giving the right fielder time to catch it.
The San Diego batting line, which scored 10 the previous day, was silent again that day. It’s not that there wasn’t an opportunity. In the first inning, consecutive hits by Zander Bogatz and Manny Machado pushed the first and third base safely, but the batters could not call them after that. In the second inning, Nola went to third base with a wild throw after a double, but still no one solved it.
After Kim Ha-seong hit in the 4th inning스포츠토토, Austin Nola went on base due to a defensive error in the 7th inning, but it was also left base.
He got his last chance in the 9th inning. knocked out opponent finisher Devin Williams. Leading batter Juan Soto walked. It was the first lead batter to reach base after the first inning. Kim Ha-seong hit a left-handed hit and continued the opportunity for 2nd, 1st and 2nd base. Austin Nola, who had a well-hit ball turned into a foul by a narrow margin, was not shaken by it and picked a walk after a full count to make the bases loaded.
Trent Grisham took a full count and faced tight, but with a looking strikeout on the 6th pitch, he withdrew and became the last batter of the game.
Opponent starter Miley pitched well with 4 hits and 8 strikeouts in 7 innings. His four-seam fastball averaged just 88.5 mph, but his cutter (85.9 mph) and changeup (82.4 mph) were used effectively. He lowered his season ERA to 1.50. Devin Williams recorded the save.
San Diego starter Darvish Yu did his part. Starting with striking out all three batters in the first inning, he cruised through the 7th with 4 hits, 2 walks, 12 strikeouts and 1 run.
However, he suffered the second loss of the season without receiving support from the other line. In the second inning, Garrett Mitchell was sent out with an infield hit, then he was sent to third base with a balk and a stolen base, and he allowed Brian Anderson a sacrifice fly and allowed a run, which became the final score.