Kim Ha-seong finished with a double and two RBIs in a suspend game that took 66 days, and a new SD 6-5 win

[스포츠조선 김진회 기자] Ha-Sung Kim of the San Diego Padres produced two RBIs in a suspended game that took 66 days.

San Diego defeated the Atlanta Braves 6-5 in their first double header match held at Petco Park in San Diego, California on the 25th (Korean time). This game was held at home in Atlanta on July 22, and the attack ended with San Diego leading 4-0 in the beginning of the 5th inning, but the suspension was declared due to bad weather. Atlanta did not have an away schedule, so Atlanta played the game behind the scenes at the home stadium of San Diego.

On July 22, Kim Ha-seong, who started as the 7th batter and 3rd baseman at the time, gave the team a 4-0 lead by hitting a double at the right time in the middle of a two-run match in the first and second innings of the first inning. After that, in the beginning of the 3rd inning, in a situation where there were no runners, he retreated with a straight hit from left field.

And after the 5th team attack, Suspended was declared. On that day, rain in the San Diego area delayed the start of the game, but it was resumed after twists and turns. In the beginning of the 6th inning ahead of San Diego 5-4, Kim Ha-seong stood on the plate at first base unharmed, but was out with a ground ball at third base.

Ha-Sung Kim couldn’t add any more hits, but San Diego won 6-5 thanks to a solo home run by Fernando Tatis Jr. in the middle of the 7th inning against 5-5. Reporter Jin-Hye Kim


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