Kim Ha-seong’s 7-game hitting streak… San Diego 10 new wins

San Diego Padres infielder Ha-seong Kim (27) has increased the record for longest hitting streak in the big leagues to ‘7’.

Ha-seong Kim started as the 7th shortstop in the 2022 MLB home game against the Philadelphia Phillies held at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA on the 25th (Korean time).

Kim Ha-seong’s season batting average rose slightly from 0.231 to 0.232 (52 hits in 224), who played with one hit in three at-bats.

Ha-seong Kim’s hit came in the first at bat in the second inning against 0-0.

Kim Ha-seong, who went to at bat at 2nd and 1st base, tapped Philadelphia right-handed starter Aaron Nola’s knuckle curve.

In the ball count 1 ball 2 strike, the ball desperately hit to avoid strikeout rolled slowly in the infield, leading to an infield hit.

San Diego got a chance to score first and second base with a hit by Kim Ha-sung, but CJ Abrams retreated with a ground ball and failed to score.

In the second at-bat in the 4th inning, he hit a big ball.

In the absence of two runners, Nola’s knuckle curve was attacked at the right timing this time.

The local relay camera also followed Kim Ha-sung’s batted ball with the ‘home run batted angle’, but it fell in front of the fence and was caught by a left fielder.

After one shot in the 6th inning, San Diego’s Eric Hosmer opened the door with a double, and Austin Nola hit his brother Aaron’s high ball to make a right fielder’s just-time hit.

Kim Ha-seong, who was at bat at 1st base in 2-2, was struck out by Nola this time.

San Diego beat Philadelphia 1-0 with Nola’s final blow.

/yunhap news

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