Ha-seong Kim, who led ‘escape from 6 consecutive losses’, led San Diego victory with 2 points in 5 at-bats

Ha-seong Kim started as second baseman in the 2023 Major League (MLB) away game against the Cincinnati Reds held at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA on the 2nd (Korean time), getting 1 hit in 5 at-bats, 2 runs scored and 1 strikeout. recorded

San Diego broke the six-game losing streak by beating Cincinnati 12-5, thanks to Kim Ha-sung’s performance and the batting line that hit three home runs. The season record was 38 wins and 45 losses, ranking 4th in the National League West Division.먹튀검증

It was a lucky day for Kim Ha-seong. Twice he got on base on an error by an opposing fielder and scored both runs. Kim Ha-seong, who was out with a strikeout and a fly to left field in the first and third innings, respectively, became the link for a large number of points in the top of the 6th inning against 1-1.

Kim Ha-seong hit a ground ball from first base, but shortstop Ellie de la Cruz made a catch error and connected the chances of first and second base safely. Afterwards, Juan Soto hit a 3-run home run over the right-middle fence, followed immediately by Manny Machado’s back-to-back home run to make it 5-1 in an instant.

Ha-sung Kim hit a ground ball again in the first out of the 7th inning, leading 7-1, but this time third baseman Spencer Steer’s throw to 1st base missed wide. Taking advantage of that gap, Ha-seong Kim ran to second base. Following Fernando Tatis Jr.’s timely hit, Kim Ha-seong rushed home from third base.

San Diego, in the mood, escaped 10-1 with Machado’s two-run homer. San Diego allowed a home run to Jonathan India in the bottom of the 7th inning, but added 2 runs in the top of the 8th to seal the victory.

Ha-seong Kim also scored a hit to lay the foundation for an additional goal. In the top of the 8th inning, he scored a heavy hit on 1st and 2nd base, creating a chance to load the bases. In San Diego, Tatis Jr. and Soto scored consecutive sacrifice flies to make it 12-5.

Kim Ha-seong’s batting average, which hit his 65th hit of the season in his last at-bat, slightly decreased to 0.257. However, he added two points and scored 37 and 38 points for the season. San Diego starting pitcher Michael Waka allowed 1 run in 5 innings and won his 8th win (2nd loss) of the season.