Kim Ha-sung hit a double from his first at-bat!
Kim Ha-seong, who is active in the San Diego Padres, recorded a double and a walk and succeeded in multiple on-base. However, the team lost by one point.
Kim Ha-seong started as the first shortstop in an away game against the Arizona Diamondbacks held at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona, USA.
From the first at-bat in the first inning, he showed off his crazy presence. He went on base with a double to left field and homered on Tatis Jr.’s heavy hit. Kim Ha-seong, who chose to walk after one out in the second inning, failed to score as Tatis Jr. and Soto withdrew to the infield ground balls.
In the 4th inning, he struck out on a chance with 1 out and 2nd base, and in the 6th inning, he struck out on a swing with 2 out and 1st and 2nd base chances. He failed to add a hit in the eighth inning on a grounder to third base with runners on one out.
Kim Ha-seong, who recorded 1 hit, 1 walk, and 1 run in 4 at-bats that day, maintained his season batting average at 2.8 6.
Meanwhile, San Diego lost 4-5. In the first inning, Tatis Jr.’s first timely hit, Machado’s 1 RBI double, and Cronenworth’s heavy timely hit earned three points first. Then Arizona made up for one point with Carroll’s triple and Marte’s infield hit in the bottom of the first inning.
Arizona chased down the chin by 1 point with Fedomo’s superior solo shot in the 5th inning. San Diego ran away with one more run in the 7th inning with Cronenworth’s 1 RBI double. Arizona counterbalanced the attack in the bottom of the 7th inning with Gurriel’s two-run arch, and managed to turn the game around 5-4 with Thomas’ sacrifice fly to center fielder in the 8th inning.
San Diego starter Lugo allowed 2 runs in 5 innings, and Robert Suarez, younger brother of former Samsung pitcher Albert Suarez, who pitched as the third pitcher, took the yoke of defeat with 1 run in 1⅔ innings.