Ha-seong Kim (San Diego Padres) took the first walk in the demonstration game.
Milwaukee on the 4th, 2 at-bats, no hits, 1 walk
Strikeout after first at-bat walk, floating ball
Kim Ha-sung started as a third batter and third baseman in a demonstration game against the Milwaukee Brewers held at Peoria Stadium in Arizona, USA on the 4th (Korea time) and recorded two at-bats without hits and one walk. Kim Ha-seong, who scored the first hit in the demonstration game against the Chicago Cubs on the 2nd, was 0.167 (6 at-bats, 1 hit).
Kim Ha-seong, who started as a designated batter and shortstop in the previous two games, made the first third base on this day. In the first at-bat in the first inning, he walked against Drew Rasmussen. At the end of the 3rd inning, 0-1 behind, Brent Suter struck out 3 pitches at 1st base.
In the 5th inning 1 company 1st and 2nd base scoring chance, he turned right fielder against Angel Ferdomo. He made a big batted ball, but it went out. However, he showed good adaptation to the fast ball in the three games he played. Even in defense, the game ended without any major mistakes.
Ha-seong Kim was replaced by Nick Tanieloo in the early defense of the 6th inning. San Diego lost 5-8 to record 1-3 in the demonstration game.
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