Kim Ha-sung, who was absent, was silent without a hit…The team escaped five consecutive losses

Kim Ha-sung (28) of the San Diego Padres, who was absent for the second time this season on the previous day, remained silent due to no hit. What is comforting is that he contributed to the team’s defense through stellar defense.

Kim Ha-sung played as the sixth batter and shortstop in the game against the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the 20th (Korea time), but had no hits in four times at bat. 토토사이트 순위

Kim had to rest while absent for the second time this season, but failed to recover his sense of hitting. In the second inning, he failed to hit the curve ball of Ranger Suarez, the starting pitcher, and struck out swinging and striking out.

He grounded out to shortstop in the fourth inning and took the lead as a batter in the seventh inning. Kim hit a grounder to third base in the eighth inning with one out and runners on first and second base, but survived due to Philadelphia third baseman Alec Bohm’s catch error. He also scored a run thanks to a triple hit by a follow-up batter.

In the seventh inning, when his team was leading 2-1, Kim successfully selected the exact location of Raphael’s hit and made a catch. Kim’s batting average for the season fell from 0.220 to 0.217 in total. The San Diego Padres defeated the Philadelphia Phillies 5-2 and escaped its fifth consecutive loss.

Earlier, Kim Ha-sung was absent for the second time this season on the previous day. After 13 consecutive games from April 31 to 12, Kim took a day off on the moving day and played four consecutive games. Considering that he is a shortstop with relatively high physical burden, he may have taken the day off out of consideration.

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