Did the day’s rest reduce the sense of hitting. Kim Ha-sung, who plays for the San Diego Padres in the Major League Baseball, is back in the starting lineup in a day.
San Diego played an away game against the LA Dodgers at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California, on the 14th (Korea Standard Time). Kim Ha-sung started as shortstop and first batter. He was excluded from the starting lineup the previous day (13th) and did not appear on the ground even as a substitute.
Kim Ha-sung, who returned to the starting lineup, remained silent at bat. He was sluggish with no hits and three strikeouts in four at-bats. His batting average for the season fell from 27 percent to 268 percent (132 hits in 492 at-bats).안전놀이터
Kim Ha-sung (left), who plays for MLB San Diego, is receiving a throw to block a steal to second base during an away game against the LA Dodgers on the 14th (Korea Standard Time).
Kim Ha-sung came out as the leadoff hitter in his first at-bat in the top of the first inning and struck out after a persistent game to nine pitches, including five fouls with Dodgers starter Ryan Pepio.
In the top of the third inning, his second at-bat stepped down with a fly ball to first base and struck out consecutively in the top of the fifth and seventh innings.
Kim Ha-sung was silent, but San Diego beat the Dodgers 6-1. San Diego scored the first run when Juan Soto hit a solo home run in the top of the first inning.
Additional runs also benefited from home runs. In the top of the fourth inning, Luis Campusano hit a three-run shot to widen the gap to 4-0. In the top of the seventh inning, Fernando Tatis Jr. hit a two-run timely hit to secure the victory by making it 6-0.
The Dodgers avoided losing the game by hitting a solo home run by Colton Wong, who came out as the leadoff hitter in the bottom of the ninth inning. San Diego starter Blake Snell became the winning pitcher with one hit, one walk, eight strikeouts and no runs in six innings. He won his 14th win (9 losses) of the season.