Ha-seong Kim, Suspended game for the first time in 65 days… Slight increase in batting average

San Diego infielder Ha-Sung Kim slightly raised the batting average through a suspended game that resumed after 65 days.

Kim Ha-seong finished the home game against Atlanta in the American professional baseball major league held at Petco Park today (25th) with one hit and two RBIs in three at-bats.

His batting average for the season went from 0.206 to 0.207.

This match is a continuation of the second leg of the away doubleheader against Atlanta on July 22.

At that time, the match was declared a suspended game due to bad weather, and 65 days later, the match location was changed and resumed.

At the time, Kim Ha-seong started as third baseman in the 7th batter and hit a double in the first inning with two RBIs in center field leading 2-0.

In the match that started today, he was silent as he was caught with a ground ball at 3rd in the 6th inning.

San Diego won 6-5 in the 7th inning.

Suspended matches will be recorded on the day of the match that was originally scheduled.

So today, San Diego hitter Fernando Tatis Jr. hit his 41st home run of the season, but the official record remains with his 30th home run on July 22.

(Photo = Getty Images Korea)


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