Kim explodes for back-to-back multi-hit games…SD loses close one

The bat of San Diego infielder Kim Ha-seong (27) has heated up two days in a row.

Ha-seong Kim started as the first batte 바카라사이트r and second baseman in an away game against St. Louis in the 2023 Major League (MLB) held at Bush Stadium on the 31st (Korean time). He went 4-for-2 with 1 RBI and 1 run.

It was a multi-hit in two consecutive games until the previous day (30th) against St. Louis. Ha-sung Kim’s batting average for the season rose from 2.76 to 2.78 (123 hits in 442 at-bats).

From the first at-bat in the first inning, Kim Ha-seong got a hit. He hit the inside ball on the second pitch from opposing starter Miles Mycolors and hit a heavy hit. After stepping on second base with Juan Soto’s bunt, he came home with Manny Machado’s timely hit. 

In the second at-bat, he hit a runaway hit. In the beginning of the second inning, leading 1-0, with two outs on first and second base, he hit a hit that fell in front of the left fielder and called second base runner Matt Carpenter home. San Diego then added Soto’s timely hit to take a three-point lead. 

After that, there were no additional hits by Kim Ha-sung. He retired with a fly ball to left field in the fifth and an infield grounder in the seventh. 

San Diego allowed a tie in the bottom of the 4th inning with a 3-0 lead. Starter Rich Hill collapsed after hitting a 3-run home run by Jordan Walker of St. Louis. 

In the 7th inning, Soto’s timely hit put them ahead again. However, in the bottom of the 9th inning, Tommy Edman’s walk-off home run ended the game with a 4-5 come-from-behind loss.

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