Ha-seong Kim, 3 Walks, Including Intentional Walks… Choi Ji-man, Replaced With No Hits in 2 at-bats
San Diego lost all 12 overtime games… ‘Autumn baseball’ further away
Kim Ha-seong (27) and Choi Ji-man (32, San Diego Padres) both started as starters, but neither could hit a hit.
Ha-seong Kim recorded no hits and three walks in two at-bats in a home game against the St. Louis Cardinals of the Major League Baseball (MLB) held at Petco Park in San Diego, California on the 24th (Korean time).
The season batting average fell slightly from 0.265 to 0.264.
Kim Ha-seong, who started as the sixth batter and second baseman, 온라인카지노사이트
came out for his first at-bat in the bottom of the second inning when the team was down 0-1.
Ha-seong Kim threw a sharp straight ball against St. Louis starting pitcher Jake Woodford, but it was caught by right field.
Kim Ha-seong, who retired with a fly ball to shortstop in the 4th inning, reached base with a walk in the 6th and 8th innings, respectively.
Ha-seong Kim attempted to steal second base after walking with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning when the score was 1-2, but was unfortunately out.
He came to bat with 2 outs and 3rd base in the bottom of the 10th inning with the game tied 2-2, but he got on base on an intentional base hit.
Choi Ji-man played as the 7th batter and first baseman, but only had no hits in 2 at-bats.
Choi Ji-man, who was out in the bottom of the second inning with a ground ball to first base, was caught in the fourth inning with a ground ball to the pitcher.
He was replaced by pinch hitter Garrett Cooper in the sixth inning.
Ji-Man Choi, who had been hitless in 12 consecutive games since moving to San Diego, recorded a batting average of 0.161.
San Diego lost 2-5 after a close game in the 11th overtime, with the bullpen collapsing.
San Diego, whose 8-game winning streak was halted, is further removed from ‘fall baseball.’
In particular, San Diego was unable to escape the jinx of losing all 12 games in overtime this season.