Kim Ha-sung has no hits in 3 at-bats against Texas…Team wins 3-1 to decorate the Winning Series

San Diego shortstop Kim Ha-sung (29) was silent against Texas with no hits in three at-bats.

Kim Ha-sung started as shortstop and seventh batter in an away game against Texas at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas on the 5th (Korea time). Attention was drawn to whether Kim Ha-sung, who started to reproduce hits in the previous day’s game, could hit again on the day.

Kim Ha-sung’s first at-bat on the day came when he was attacked at the top of the second inning. Taking the batter’s box with two outs and runners on the first base, Kim strongly hit a four-seam fastball with a ball count of three and one strike from Texas starting pitcher Max Scherzer (40).

The 95-mile-per-pitch hit seemed to fly 370 feet over the left fence, but Texas left fielder Wyatt Langford (23) was snatched out with a jump catch. If not, it hit the yellow mark on the top of the left fence, which could become a home run.

The second batter’s box was made when he was attacked in the top of the fifth inning. Kim Ha-sung, who came to the batter’s box as a leadoff batter, aimed at a changeup of four pitches and 81.4 miles (about 131 kilometers) with one ball and two strikes against Scherzer, a pitcher of the same team as the opponent team, but was out by hitting a straight line at third base. He hit the center of the bat well, as the speed of his ball flew 104 miles (about 167 kilometers), but the direction of his hit was not good.

Kim Ha-sung’s third at-bat came in the top of the seventh inning as a one-out runner on third base. After a close game of up to full count against Jose Urena, 33, Kim Ha-sung hit a timely sacrifice hit by hitting a seven-pitch, 89.3-mile slider to fly to left field. San Diego, which was leading 2-1, was able to run 3-1 due to Kim Ha-sung’s RBI single.

The fourth batter’s box was made at the top of the ninth inning. Kim Ha-sung came to the batter’s box with one-out runner on the second base to deal with Urena, a pitcher who is similar to the rival team. He targeted a sinker with a six-pitch, 96.9 miles (156 kilometers) with a ball count of two balls and two strikes, but was grounded out in front of the shortstop. 토토사이트

Kim Ha-sung had no hits and one RBI in three times at bat on the day, and his batting average for this season reached 0.225. His on-base plus slugging percentage (OPS) fell slightly to 0.710.

Thanks to Kim Ha-sung’s RBI, San Diego won 3-1 against Texas to win its second consecutive game.

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