This time, he showed a spicy taste against Cy Young Young pitcher. Ha-seong “Awesome Kim” Kim (28) of the San Diego Padres led the team to victory by hitting a double and scoring the final goal. , Kim Ha-seong started as the first hitter and third baseman in the 2023 Major League Baseball home game against the Miami Marlins held at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA. On this day, San Diego had Kim Ha-seong (third baseman), Fernando Tatis Jr. (right fielder), Juan Soto (left fielder), Manny Machado (designated hitter), Xander Bogaerts (shortstop), Jake Cronenworth (second baseman), and Gary Sanchez (catcher). -Garet Cooper (first baseman)-Trent Grisham (center fielder) and starting pitcher Seth Lugo filled the starting lineup.

Against this, Miami has Jorge Soler (DH) – Luis Araez (2B) – Josh Bell (1B) – Jazz Chisom Jr. (Center field) – Jake Berger (3B) – Brian Dela Cruz (left field) – Jesús Sanchez ( Right fielder) – Joey Wendel (shortstop) – Jacob Starlings (catcher) and starting pitcher Sandy Alcantara formed the starting lineup. Miami’s starting pitcher Alcantara pitched 228⅔innings in 32 games last year, recording 14-9 with an average ERA of 2.28, an ace who won the National League Cy Young Award. Ha-seong Kim got off to a good start against last year’s National League Cy Young Award winner. Kim Ha-seong, who entered the at bat as the lead batter at the end of the first inning when the score was 0-0, picked the first ball and fouled the second pitch. He hit Alcantara’s 3-pitch, 91-mile (146 km) slider from the ball count 1B 1S and hit the left fielder. At this time, Kim Ha-seong sprinted to second base with his fast feet and became safe, creating a scoring opportunity in an instant. Ha-seong Kim once again sprinted to such an extent that his helmet came off. It was Kim Ha-sung’s season 20 double.

When Tatis Jr. retired with a grounder from third base, it became one out, but Kim Ha-seong was able to settle down at third base. Then, Soto hit a right-handed hit, and Kim Ha-seong, who was on third base, stepped on the home plate with ease. It was a goal that gave San Diego a 1-0 lead. San Diego continued to have chances for 1 out and 1st and 2nd base as Machado chose to walk, but Bogarts had to finish the inning with no additional points as Bogatz hit the second baseman. In the top of the second inning, Chizom Jr. got a heavy hit, and Sanchez’s hit led to first baseman Cooper’s error, leading to a crisis with 2nd out and 1st and 2nd base.

In San Diego, after two outs in the bottom of the second inning, Cooper saved the fire with a hit to the left, but Grisham struck out on a swing and ended the attack without scoring. In the top of the 3rd inning, he blocked the Miami lineup with a tripartite and maintained a 1-0 lead. The player who came out as the lead batter at the end of the 3rd was Kim Ha-seong. This time, he hit Alcantara’s 98 mile (158 km) sinker, but the result was a ground ball out by the second baseman. Then, Tatis Jr. struck out and Soto withdrew with a ground ball to the third baseman, and San Diego also had to finish the attack in the bottom of the third inning with a three-way strike.

In the top of the 4th inning, San Diego also blocked it with a tripartite, and in the bottom of the 4th, Machado went to base with an infield hit to the shortstop, but did not score. In the top of the 5th inning, Wendel hit a right-handed double, then third base was stolen and Starlings was walked, facing a crisis with 2 out on 1st and 3rd base. San Diego looked for an opportunity when Grisham walked on base in the bottom of the fifth. Kim Ha-seong, who came out on first base, hit Alcantara’s 3-pitch, 98-mile, four-seam fastball with a ball count of 2S, but failed to reach base as he withdrew due to a flyout in right field. Tatis Jr. also ended with a fly out to right field, and San Diego’s attack in the bottom of the 5th ended without a score.

In the top of the 6th inning, lead batter Araez went out with a right-handed hit, but San Diego continued its scoreless streak by striking out Bell and Chizom Jr. and catching Burger with a ground ball out by first baseman. He hit a two-run homer and was able to run away to 3-0. Bogaerts hit his 14th home run of the season. Miami’s frustrating offense continued in the 7th inning. Sanchez’s batted ball was caught as a flyout by third baseman Kim Ha-seong, and he bowed his head with another tripartite throw. Then, San Diego scored a wedge by adding 1 run in the bottom of the 7th inning. Leading batter Cooper opened the door with a left-handed hit, and Grisham stopped grounding the second baseman, but first base runner Cooper went into second base and succeeded in creating a scoring opportunity.

Ha-seong Kim faced Alcantara once again and played a tenacious game, hitting 3 consecutive foul balls at ball counts of 1B and 1S. Kim Ha-seong, who picked the ball for the 6th pitch, hit a 99 mile (159 km) sinker that came in for the 7th pitch, but had to swallow regret as it led to a drive-out to the first baseman line. Still, San Diego was not discouraged. 스포츠토토 Tatis Jr. hit a right-handed hit, and second base runner Cooper scored and ran away, 4-0. Both teams’ 8 attacks all ended in a tripartite attack, and now only the 9th was left. San Diego put in closer Josh Hader in the top of the ninth. Hader allowed a right-handed hit to Bell and a walk to Chijom Jr., causing a safe 1st and 2nd base crisis, but took a breather by striking out Burger on a swing, and walked Dela Cruz, putting the bases loaded with one run, but Garrett Hampson After striking out with a swing, Yuli Gurriel also struck out with a swing, signaling the end of the game.

The match ended with San Diego winning 4-0. San Diego marked the season with a record of 61 wins and 67 losses. Miami is 65-63. Kim Ha-seong, who played an active part in the final scoring including one double on the day, recorded a batting average of .280 for the season with 1 hit and 1 run in 4 at-bats. His performance this season is .280 batting average, .368 on-base percentage, .448 slugging percentage, .816 OPS, 17 homers, 49 RBIs, and 28 stolen bases. In the San Diego lineup, Cooper remained the only player on the team to record multiple hits with 2 hits and 1 run in 3 at-bats. Tatis Jr. went 4 at bats with 1 hit and 1 RBI, Soto went 4 at bats with 1 hit and 1 RBI, Machado went 2 at bats and 1 run with 2 walks, and Bogatz went 4 at bats with 1 hit, 2 RBI and 1 run.

In Miami’s batting line, which suffered from 4 hits, there were no players other than Araez, Bell, Chijom Jr., and Wendl that produced hits. Araez, who once challenged for a batting average of .400, recorded a batting average of .355 for the season, leaving one hit in four at-bats that day. San Diego starting pitcher Lugo struggled with 3 hits, 1 walk, 4 strikeouts and no runs in 6 innings, lowering his season ERA to 3.70 and experiencing the joy of harvesting his 5th win (6th loss) of the season. After Lugo, San Diego put in Steven Wilson, Roberto Suarez, Tom Cosgrove, and Hader in turn to neutralize the Miami lineup. On the other hand, Miami starting pitcher Alcantara only allowed 4 runs with 7 hits, 3 walks and 3 strikeouts in 6⅔ innings even though his main weapon, the sinker, reached 100.3 mph (161 km). Alcantara, who suffered his 11th loss of the season (6 wins) by being named as the losing pitcher that day, has not yet been able to continue the spirit of last year’s Cy Young Award. He threw 171 innings in 26 games this year, going 6-11 with a 4.16 earned run average.

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