Strikeout with bases loaded, double play, injury crisis… Kim Ha-seong, who had nothing going for him except for stealing No. 36.

Kim Ha-seong, who couldn’t do anything except steal No. 36.

Kim Ha-seong of the U.S. Major League Baseball San Diego Padres failed to hit a hit in two consecutive games. His only consolation was that he walked and succeeded in stealing his 36th base of the season.

Ha-seong Kim clearly seems to have lost strength. As the season comes to a close, it looks like the team has been running at a rapid pace. Ha-seong Kim started as first and second baseman in the away game against the Oakland Athletics held at the Oakland Coliseum in Oakland, California, USA on the 16th (Korean time). Ha-seong Kim recorded no hits in 5 at-bats and 1 walk on this day, failing to record a hit for 2 consecutive games. His season batting average fell to .266.

Ha-seong Kim’s bat clearly lost strength. Ha-seong Kim left a mark with a line drive to center field in the first inning. In the second inning, I had a chance to make a fortune. He came to bat with bases loaded and no outs. However, he struck out on a swing against opposing starter Newcomb. He showed his persistence by fighting until the 7th pitch, but he wasted a chance to add an RBI. Fortunately, Tatis Jr., who came in later, hit a timely hit with two RBIs, giving the San Diego team minimal benefit. Kim Ha-seong, who was weakened by a strikeout, ended up hitting a double play in the fourth inning.

Still, he saved his pride as the leadoff in the 6th inning. He walked with one out and a straight walk. And it proved that his legs did not lose strength. Tatis Jr. stole second base in 1B situation at bat. 36th stolen base of the season. Only 4 remain until 40 stolen bases. However, the follow-up batters failed to hit, so no runs were recorded.먹튀검증

The challenge of stealing 40 bases was nice, but it almost got into big trouble. He complained of pain in his left ankle during a stolen base situation. Coach Bob Melvin and trainers checked his condition, and Kim Ha-seong played until the end.

Ha-seong Kim was thrown out with a ground ball to shortstop in his last at-bat in the 9th inning. It was a day where nothing happened other than stealing bases. Fortunately, the team won 8 to 3, which eased the burden on my mind.

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