“It’s not a pleasant thing” Kim Ha-seong missing SD, no-hit no-run ‘humiliation’
Even though it was an exhibition game, the result of the game was embarrassing for the San Diego Padres.먹튀검증
San Diego lost an exhibition game 0-4 against the Chicago Cubs held at Peoria Stadium in Arizona, USA on the 4th (Korean time). What was as serious as the outcome was the process. On this day, San Diego batters did not register a single hit against seven Cubs pitchers. ESPN, an American sports channel, reported that it was the first time since the Los Angeles Angels-Seattle Mariners match on March 24, 2017 that a no-hit, no-run came out in spring camp. At that time, eight pitchers from the Angels tied the Seattle lineup tightly.
On this day, San Diego had a number of key players in the starting lineup, including Trent Grisham (no hit in 2 at bats), Jake Cronenworth (no hit in 1 at bat), Manny Machado (no hit in 2 at bats), and Nelson Cruz (no hit in 2 at bats). Juan Soto, Zander Bogatz, and Fernande Tatis Jr. took a break, and Ha-seong Kim temporarily left the team due to participating in the World Baseball Classic (WBC), but it was not enough to get a no-hit and no-run.
The Cubs starter Justin Steele got off the start with 2 scoreless innings, then Avier Assad (2 scoreless innings), Brad Boxburger (1 scoreless inning), Adbert Alzorai (1 scoreless inning), Jeremiah Estrada (1 scoreless inning), Cam Sanders (1 scoreless inning). Innings scoreless) Nick Buddy (1 innings scoreless) made a good relay pitch. Cubs hitters scored four runs on nine hits.
San Diego coach Bob Melvin said, “It’s a spring training game, but it’s never a good feeling to record a no-hitter.”