Ha-seong Kim, who was hit by a foul ball, ends the 4G streak… The team also lost 2 games in a row 

 San Diego Padres Kim Ha-seong (28) ended his four-game hitting streak. There was also a dizzying situation in which he complained of pain after being hit by a foul ball in his last at-bat. 

On the 14th (Korean time), in the 2023 major league home game against the Milwaukee Brewers at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA, Kim Ha-seong started as a 7th hitter and second baseman, striking out 1 in 4 at-bats. 

Kim Ha-seong, who took a break from the game against the New York Mets the previous day (13th), ended his four-game hitting streak from the game against the Atlanta Braves on the 9th. His season batting average fell from 2.89 to 2.62 (11 hits in 42 at-bats). 

He hit Milwaukee right-hander Colin Rea and struck out on a swing in the first at-bat in the second inning. In the ball count 2B-2S, the bat was spinning on the outside high 93.4 mile sinker in the 5th pitch. 

In the second at-bat in the fifth inning, a fly ball to right field was out. After a full count match, he pushed a low four-seam fastball from 92.8 miles outside, but was caught by Milwaukee right fielder Brian Anderson. 

In the 8th inning as the lead batter, he threw a huge foul to the left on the 6th against right-hander Matt Bush. In response, Milwaukee catcher William Contreras cut the tempo by visiting the mound. Then, on the 7th pitch, he pulled a low outside curve, but the 3rd base ball was out. 

In the last at-bat with one out and first base in the 10th inning of extra time, Milwaukee right-hander Joel Piamps was hit and withdrew with a straight hit to center fielder. Ha-seong Kim, who complained of pain after being hit by a foul ball on the 4th pitch, continued to bat after checking his condition for a while. With the next ball, he hit the low slider on the 5th pitch well, but he swallowed his regret as he headed in front of the center fielder. 

In defense of second base, he showed a sense of stability by handling a total of 8 out counts with 6 ground balls and 2 straight hits. In particular, in the 7th inning, Christian Yelich’s well-hit line drive hit was also jump-caught with plenty of time. 

In the game that day, San Diego lost 3-4 to Milwaukee after 10 extra innings. In a game that started with no second base in the top of the 10th inning, Milwaukee connected second and third base chances with a double steal following a walk by Willy Adames. Here, Rowdy Telles scored the winning run on a sacrifice fly to right field. Telles played 2 hits, 3 RBIs and 1 walk in 3 at-bats, including a two-run home run, the 3rd season of the 1st inning.  메이저놀이터

San Diego, which recently suffered two losses in a row, became 7-7. Milwaukee ran 1st in the National League Central Division with 9 wins and 4 losses.


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