Kim Ha-sung’s San Diego took his first sweep of the season with a walk-off home run for two consecutive days

The San Diego Padres, who never achieved a series sweep this season, today was the day.

San Diego beat the Oakland Athletics 5-4 at Petco Park on the 13th (Korea time). 토토사이트 추천

It was a dramatic victory. Jackson Merrill hit a solo home run over the right fence against opponent team closer Mason Miller in the bottom of the ninth inning with the score tied 4-4.

2nd consecutive day of walk-off wins. At the same time, achieved the first series sweep of the season. Recorded 37-35 in season performance.

Playing at shortstop six times, Kim had no hits in four times at bat. His batting average for the season went down to 0.222. He hit in all four times at bat, but was caught in the opponent’s defense.

In the ninth inning, he also hit Miller’s 102.1 mile fastball in the batter’s box just in front of Merrill to make a 103.7 mile fastball, but the direction was in front of the second baseman.

San Diego led 2-0 with homers by Donovan Solano in the second and Merrill in the fifth.

He allowed upsetting in the sixth inning. Good pitching starter Michael King allowed consecutive hits before going down, and Wandy Peralta, who took over the mound, allowed three hits and one walk, allowing three runs.

The score widened to 2-4 with one more run allowed in the top of the eighth inning, but he did not give up. Solano tied the game with a two-run homer in the bottom of the eighth inning. Then, he completed a come-from-behind drama in the ninth inning.

It was Merrill’s first walk-off home run in his Major League career. According to , he recorded a walk-off home run at the age of 21 years and 54 days, becoming the youngest in Padres history to do so.

It is the second time in the club’s history that the Padres have won two consecutive days of finishing. Marble Wynn and Bruce Bochy set the record in April 1986.

Starting pitcher Michael King gave a strong impression by allowing four hits, two walks, and two strikeouts and two runs in five innings. This is the third double-digit strikeout game this season.

A total of 98 pitches were thrown, and Oakland hitters gave the bat to 50 of them, and 19 swings, 38% of them, failed to hit the ball.

Peralta, who took the mound as relief pitcher in the sixth inning, allowed a tie and finished the game without losing or losing. Robert Suarez, who blocked the top of the ninth inning without losing a point, became the winning pitcher.

Oakland starter Hogan Harris gave up four hits, two homers, one walk, five strikeouts and two runs in five innings. Miller, who is drawing attention as the best bullpen pitcher in the Major League this season, lost his first game of the season.

Oakland manager Mark Katsay was ejected for arguing with referee Tom Hanna during the attack in the top of the ninth.

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