Kim Ha-seong, the ’36th stolen base’ despite 2G consecutive no hits, broke his ankle, but played until the end… To Lake Rain [SD Review]

Kim Ha-seong, the ’36th stolen base’ despite 2G consecutive no hits, broke his ankle, but played until the end… To Lake Rain [SD Review]

San Diego Padres Kim Ha-seong (28) succeeded in stealing his 36th base of the season, but was silent with no hits in four at-bats for two consecutive games. 

Ha-seong Kim started as the number one hitter and second baseman in the 2023 Major League Baseball away game against the Oakland Athletics held at Ring Central Coliseum in Oakland, California, USA on the 16th (Korean time), and recorded no hits in five at-bats, one walk, and one stolen base. 

Kim Ha-seong, who was silent in the game against the LA Dodgers on the 14th with no hits in 4 at-bats and 3 strikeouts, struggled again today with 0 hits in 4 at-bats, including 2 strikeouts. His season batting average went from .206-8 to 2.6-6 (132 hits in 497 at-bats), and his OPS fell from .771 to .764. September batting average: 1.66 (8 hits in 50 at-bats). 

However, after he got on base on a walk in the sixth inning, he stole base for the 36th time of the season. While stealing a base, his left foot broke against the base and he complained of pain, but it was not a serious injury. He made a backhand catch on defense in the 8th inning and got an out with a light running throw, indicating that there was no problem with his physical condition. 

Ha-Seong Kim must have been exhausted, 2G in a row with no hits, ‘September batting average .160’

In his first at-bat in the first inning against Oakland left-handed starting pitcher Sean Newcomb, Ha-seong Kim was out with a straight hit to center field. He targeted a 92.3 mph (148.5 km) four-seam fastball that came high in the center on the 5th pitch and delivered a hard hit at 102.3 mph (164.6 km), but swallowed his disappointment as it hit the center fielder. 

In the second inning, with the bases loaded and no outs, he missed the pitch with a strikeout. He had a 7-pitch game, but his bat missed a 93.6 mph (150.6 km) four-seam fastball that went high outside and out of the zone. 

He hit a double play in the fourth inning. With no outs on first base, he hit a 93.1 mph sinker toward the body of Oakland right-hander Adrian Martinez’s first pitch, but a one-bound grounder came out toward third base. 5-4-3 double play. 

He walked in the 6th inning, but struck out again in the 8th. With the ball count of 1-2, the bat missed a low changeup to the outside of Martinez’s 5th pitch.

In the last at-bat of the 9th inning, right-hander Devin Sweet hit a low changeup to the outside on the 4th pitch, but the shortstop grounded out. Entering September, the slump is deep with a batting average of 1.66 (8 hits in 50 at-bats). 

After successfully stealing a base, my left foot broke… Geumgangbulgoe played until the end without being replaced.

Although he showed his presence at the plate, he was still active at the plate. Ha-seong Kim, who walked to first base to Martinez in the 6th inning, ran to second base on the first pitch when the next batter, Fernando Tatis Jr., was at bat. Stealing his 36th base of the season while living comfortably with a bentleg sliding. Following the game against the LA Dodgers on the 12th, he added a stolen base in two games. Despite his poor batting in September, he managed to steal 7 bases in 12 games. 온라인카지노 There are no stolen base failures. 

Ha-seong Kim’s 36 stolen bases are the 5th highest in San Diego team history since 2000. Following Dave Roberts (49) in 2006, Evers Cabrera (44) in 2012, Cameron Maybin (40) in 2011, and Cabrera (37) in 2013. He needs to add 4 more bases in the remaining 14 games of the season to reach 40 steals, but at his recent pace, it is not impossible.  

However, his process of stealing bases was dizzying. Instead of the head-first sliding that he usually does, this time he entered second base with a bent-leg sliding where he steps out his legs. He put his right foot out first, but his back foot broke against the base due to the acceleration. Kim Ha-seong, who collapsed at second base, soon stood up, but his leg limped. San Diego manager Bob Melvin and team trainer rushed to second base and checked Kim Ha-seong’s condition. 

Following the trainer’s instructions, Ha-seong Kim jumped in place a few times and then ran lightly to the outfield before giving the ‘OK’ sign. He continued to play without being substituted. Even at second base, he got on the nerves of pitcher Martinez by taking a long lead. Martinez, conscious of Ha-seong Kim, took his foot out before throwing the third pitch. 

Ha-seong Kim also showed good performance in second base defense. In the 8th inning, he caught a two-bound ground ball that passed by Ryan Noda’s pitcher with his backhand and threw it with a light running throw to get an out. It was a play that showed that there was no major problem with his ankle condition. Even in the last inning of the 9th inning, he managed two groundouts. 

Kim Ha-seong’s batting lineup explodes in silence, Tatis hits his 25th home run, ‘San Diego wins 2 times in a row’

Although Ha-seong Kim was silent, San Diego’s batting lineup exploded with 11 hits, winning 8-3. San Diego, which recently won two games in a row, belatedly reached the 70-win (78-loss) mark for the season. Oakland, which suffered two consecutive losses, won 46 and lost 101. 

Tatis reached base 4 times in the first inning with 2 hits, 3 RBIs, and 2 walks in 3 at-bats, including his 25th solo home run of the season. Xander Bogaerts, Matthew Batton, and Jose Ajoca also had multiple hits with two hits each. Jojo Ah hit his first home run in his debut with a three-run arc in the 9th inning that gave him a 5-3 lead. 

San Diego starting pitcher Seth Lugo made a quality start with 5 hits (2 home runs), 1 walk, 7 strikeouts, and 3 runs in 6 innings, earning his 7th win (7 losses) of the season.

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