Ha-seong Kim hits 5 games in a row with an assault bat

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Team San Diego Padras, 3 wins in a row

San Diego Padres third baseman Ha-Sung Kim (left) falls after tagging out Jordan Ruflo in the beginning of the fourth inning of the 2022 MLB game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Petco Park in San Diego, California on the 22nd (local time). AP News

Haseong Kim (27, San Diego Padres) contributed to the team’s 3rd consecutive win by hitting hits in 5 games in a row.

Kim Ha-seong started as a third baseman in a home game against the Arizona Diamondbacks in the MLB 2022 held at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA on the 23rd (Korean time) and scored one hit and one goal in five at-bats. .

Kim Ha-seong, who entered the first at-bat at first and second base in the first inning, pulled Madison Bumgarner’s fourth low cutter and hit the third baseman assault ball.

Arizona third baseman Josh Rojas blocked the ball with his boat instead of a glove, but it was an infield hit.

It was Kim Ha-sung’s 50th hit of the season.

Ha-Sung Kim of the San Diego Padres. AP News

San Diego, who had a chance to cover two with a hit by Kim Ha-Sung, scored four points with successive hits from subsequent batters Austin Nola, Trent Grisham and Jose Asocar.

Kim Ha-seong scored on Grisham’s hit.

Kim Ha-seong, who contributed to the team’s run in the final in the first at bat, failed to produce a hit in subsequent at-bats.

In the second inning, second baseman grounded, and in the fifth, he withdrew by striking out.

In the 6th inning, a well hit ball flew right in front of left fielder and unfortunately lost a hit.

Ha-seong Kim (left) and Jurickson Propa of the San Diego Padres. AP News

In the last at bat of the 8th, he went to second base due to a mistake by a third baseman, but failed to score due to a follow-up hit.

After finishing the game with one hit in five at-bats, Ha-Sung Kim’s season batting average fell slightly from 0.230 to 0.229 (50 hits in 218).

San Diego took the lead with four points in one inning and stopped the pursuit of the opponent until the end, winning 10-4 and running for three straight victories.

On the other hand, Arizona starter Bumgarner recorded five strikeouts in the game that day, achieving a personal record of 2,000 strikeouts.

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