Kim Ha-sung hits in 3 consecutive games… Team loses to Milwaukee

Kim Ha-sung of the San Diego Padres had a hit in three consecutive games. Kim Ha-sung played as the eighth shortstop in the final game of the series against the Milwaukee Brewers at Petco Park on the 24th (Korea time), and scored one hit and one run from four times at bat. He hit 0.220.

When his team was trailing 0-5, he caught fire in the bottom of the fifth inning. Against Tobias Myers, the starting pitcher who was throwing well, he hit the slider at the center at 0-1 count and got on base with a heavy hit.

In the subsequent Brett Sullivan at-bat, he seemed to feel pain after hitting his right shoulder while returning to the first base with a headfirst sliding when checking the pitcher, but continued running.

Sullivan made a hit with an exquisite bunt that flowed along the third base foul line, followed by Luis Arraez’s right-handed hit and scored. 토토사이트 추천

After returning to the dugout, the trainer looked at his shoulder, but continued the game without replacement. The team lost 2-6 on the day, and had to be satisfied with its full advantage with three wins and one loss in four consecutive home games against Milwaukee.

Starter Michael King allowed five runs in the second inning alone. With runners on the first and second bases with one out, Sal Frelic allowed a hit to the left, and Blake Perkins’ missed fly ball fell in front of the left field, leading to a timely two-run hit. Bryce Turang then hit a triple to right field and Tyler Black hit a double to center field, adding two more runs.

King allowed nine hits, one walk, eight strikeouts and five runs during six innings on the day, becoming the losing pitcher. Myers, the starting pitcher of the Milwaukee Brewers, became the winning pitcher by allowing five hits, three strikeouts and one run during five innings.

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