San Diego, losing two days in a row… Kim Ha-seong had 1 hit.

The American Professional Baseball Major League (MLB) San Diego Padres, who are busy on their way, knelt down with a two-day losing streak.

San Diego lost 3-4 in a visiting game against the 2023 MLB San Francisco Giants held at Oracle Park in San Francisco, California on the 21st (Korean time).

San Diego, which was leading 3-1, gave up one run after스포츠토토 Tim Hill hit three hits in the 7th inning, and in the 8th, Nick Martinez allowed Jok Pederson to tie the game with a home run.

In the ninth inning, San Diego put Martinez on the mound as it was, and was driven into a crisis with 1 out and 1st and 2nd base.

When he was in a position to lose with one hit, he put in closer Josh Hader, and Hader gave up the game with two walks.

Pederson became the hero of the game with a tying home run in the 8th inning and a walk-off walk in the 9th inning.

San Diego, which dedicated a 3-run home run to Mike Yastrzemski to end the 10th overtime in the game the previous day and lost 4-7, suffered a close loss as the bullpen collapsed for two days in a row.

In San Diego, Kim Ha-seong started as second baseman, hitting number 7, and took 1 hit in 4 at-bats, maintaining a batting average of 0.250 (54 hits in 216 at-bats) for the season.

Kim Ha-seong got on base with a right-handed hit in the second at-bat in the 4th inning.

Afterwards, Ha-seong Kim, who stepped on third base with a hit by Trent Grisham, started home in the Austin Nola at-bat following a squeeze operation.

However, Nola failed to touch the ball on a bunt and was caught on a rundown between third base and home.

In defense, he caught Michael Conforto’s ground ball on first and third base in the fourth inning and connected it with a neat double hit from second baseman to shortstop to first baseman (4 to 6 to 3).

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