Big come-from-behind walk! Kim Ha-sung has 4G consecutive hits, multi-base plus RBI + score…SD 7-6 WAS

Kim Ha-sung recorded one hit, one RBI, two runs and one walk in three at-bats in a home game against the Washington Nationals at Petco Park on the 25th (Korea time).

Notably, Kim Ha-sung scored a come-from-behind winning run after garnering a valuable walk at the last at-bat in the 10th inning of extra time, contributing to the team’s come-from-behind victory. San Diego won the game 7-6.

Kim Ha-sung, who succeeded in hitting in four consecutive games after the Milwaukee Brewers match on the 22nd, marked a batting average of 0.221 (60 hits in 271 at-bats), 10 homers, 37 RBIs, 42 runs, 45 walks, 0.332 on-base percentage, 0.387 slugging percentage and 0.719.

San Diego, which ended its four-game winning streak by losing to the Milwaukee Brewers 2-6 on the previous day, had 42 wins and 41 losses on the day, again exceeding the 50% win rate. San Diego maintained its second place in the Western Division of the National League and third place in the wild card.

San Diego’s leading hitter Fernando Tatis Jr. was on the injured list due to a thigh injury, which was feared to weaken the lineup. 안전토토사이트

With consecutive hits by Jake Cronenworth and Donovan Solano, and strikeouts by Jackson Merrill, Kim had one out and runners on the first and third bases. Coming up from the batter’s box to score, Kim bunted against the sinker in the middle of the 92.5-mile first pitch by Washington left-hander Patrick Corbin. The ball flew through the foul line on third base. Corbin, who was caught off guard, ran quickly to catch the ball, but he was not in a situation to throw it to the first base. Kim Ha-sung was already passing through the first base, and Cronenworth, the third baseman, penetrated the hole. Solano, the first baseman, advanced to the second base.

San Diego widened the gap by 3-0 with Kyle Higashioka hitting a double to the right-center with one out and runners on the first and second bases. In the second at-bat in the fourth inning with a 3-1 lead, Kim Ha-sung struck out two outs and swung. With the ball count of 2B2S, he misplayed Corbyn’s fifth pitch, 83.9 miles outside to the center.

Kim Ha-sung grounded out to second base in his third at-bat after two outs in the seventh inning when the score was 3-3. He hit a 90.9-mile sinker outside Corbyn’s fourth pitch with a ball count of 2B1S, but it became a weak grounder toward second base.

San Diego failed to keep its early lead. Leading 3-0 with runners on the first and second bases with two outs, Matt Waldron gave up a double to Joey Meneses in the third inning, and allowed a timely hit to Meneses in the fifth inning, leading the team only to lose one point. Adrian Morehorn took the mound with a 3-2 lead in the top of the seventh inning and was pushed to the first and third bases with two outs, before being hit by Meneses again to make it 3-3.

The game was decided in extra time. Washington turned the game around 4-3 in the top of the 10th inning by scoring a run by Keibert Lewis with two outs and a runner on the second base, and Nick Senzel hit San Diego right-hander Eniel DeRos Santos on a two-run shot to left to widen the gap to 6-3.

San Diego continued its chance to second and third bases in the bottom of the 10th inning with Donovan Solano’s double to left-center with no outs. The next batter, Jackson Merrill, hit right-hander Hunter Harvey with a heavy hit, called in both runners and gradually caught up with them 5-6. Kim Ha-sung, who took his fourth at-bat at first base with no outs, picked Harvey’s fifth 97.6-mile fastball with a low ball count of 3B1S.

Then, pinch hitter Tyler Wade’s sacrifice bunt made it 1 out, 2nd and 3rd base. Pinch hitter David Peralta hit a foul fly to the third baseman, but with the bases loaded with two outs following Luis Arraez’s intentional four pitches, Jurickson Profar hit a double to right-center, bringing in Merrill and Kim Ha-sung to complete a dramatic comeback victory.

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