‘Korean leaguers’ shared silence’ Kim Ha-seong and Choi Ji-man are both helpless against change-ups, ‘no hits in 4 at-bats’… SD 1-2 come-from-behind loss

Kim Ha-seong (San Diego Padres) was silent with no hits.

Ha-seong Kim started as third baseman No. 5 in the 2023 Major League Baseball away game against the San Francisco Giants held at Oracle Park in San Francisco, California, USA on the 26th (Korean time) and recorded no hits in four at-bats and two strikeouts. The season batting average fell to 0.264.

San Diego lost 1-2. With this loss, the score became 77-80.

San Diego has Xander Bogaerts (shortstop) – Fernando Tatis Jr. (right fielder) – Juan Soto (left fielder) – Manny Machado (designated hitter) – Ha-seong Kim (3rd baseman) – Ji-man Choi (1st baseman) – Matthew Batten (2nd baseman) – Trent The batting lineup was organized in the order of Grisham (center fielder) and Brett Sullivan (catcher). The starting pitcher is Blake Stell.

San Francisco has Ostiny Slater (center fielder) – Tyro Estrada (second baseman) – Luis Matos (left fielder) – JD Davis (first baseman) – Marco Luciano (shortstop) – Mitch Haniger (designated hitter) – Patrick Bailey (catcher) -Elliot Ramos (right fielder) stepped up. The starting pitcher is Logan Webb.

On this day, San Diego succeeded in taking the lead. In the top of the first inning, Bogaerts’ single and Tatis Jr.’s double gave them a chance to reach second and third base with no outs. Soto retired with a hit, but Machado’s timely hit gave him a 1-0 lead. Ha-seong Kim then came to bat. Webb’s first pitch, a 93 mph sinker, was caught well and headed straight to left field. At this time, the inning ended with second baseman Tatis Jr. out at second base.

With one out in the top of the fourth inning with the team leading 1-0, Kim Ha-seong came to bat for the second time. With the ball count of 1-2, he struck out with a missed swing on the 86.1 mph changeup on the 4th pitch.

Ha-Seong Kim retired with a hit in his third at-bat. He came out as the leadoff hitter in the 7th inning and tried to control the timing by repeatedly hitting fouls with the ball count of 1-1, but was hit by an 85.8 mph changeup on the 6th pitch. He walked away with a swing and a strikeout.

San Diego allowed a comeback in the 8th inning. I was hit by San Francisco’s pinch hit operation. With one out, pinch hitter Lamonte Wade Jr. was walked and a double was given to Luciano. Next, pinch hitter Pederson was intentionally thrown out on 4 pitches, leaving the bases loaded. First baseman Choi토토사이트 Ji-man caught Bailey’s ball sliding and threw it home, which seemed to prevent the run from being lost, but pinch hitter Michael Conforto came out again and hit a timely hit with two RBIs, giving the game a 1-2 lead.

San Diego also did not back down until the end. In the top of the 9th inning, Ha-seong Kim appeared on first and second base with no outs created by consecutive hits by Soto and Machado. Web still on the mound. Ha-seong Kim caught an 87.6 mph changeup on the second pitch, but it was a grounder to third base. Both runners advanced and had to be satisfied with an advanced hit.

Choi Ji-man has recorded no hits in 12 games since moving to San Diego. However, he did not hit a hit in this game either. He went 0-for-4.

Ji-Man Choi took his first at-bat as the leadoff hitter in the second inning. He played a full count match that went all the way to the 7th ball. He caught and hit an 86.1 mph changeup, but retired it with a grounder to third base. In the second at-bat of the 4th inning, with the ball count 3-1, he hit Webb’s 87 mph changeup on the 5th pitch, but this time, it was an infield grounder. He walked out on a grounder to first base. In his third at-bat with one out and one out in the 7th inning, he hit an 86.3 mph changeup on the 4th pitch well, but it went directly in front of the fielder. He was a fly ball to left field.

In the top of the 9th inning, with one out and runners on second and third base, Ji-Man Choi received an uncertain decision. He was ruled a strike on the second fast ball that came in high. With the ball count of 1-2, he hit an 88.8 mph changeup on the 4th pitch, but it ended up being a ground ball to first base, and he was out at home, breaking the tie. In the end, it ended in San Diego’s 1-2 loss.

San Diego starter Snell took a step toward the Cy Young Award with a quality start pitching, allowing 4 hits, 2 walks, 7 strikeouts, and no runs in 6 innings. Against this, Webb pitched a complete game in 9 innings, allowing 9 hits, no walks, 7 strikeouts, and 1 run. The number of pitches was 110.

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