San Diego Padres’ Kim Ha-sung played in the game due to injury and scored a hit, but failed to prevent the team from winning. 토토사이트
Kim Ha-sung started as the first and designated hitter and recorded one hit and one walk in four at-bats in an away game against the 2023 Major League Colorado Rockies at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado on the 1st .
Kim Ha-sung was uncertain about his participation on the day. It was due to a shoulder injury suffered the previous day. Kim Ha-sung was injured when he bumped his right shoulder with a catcher while rushing home with a head-first sliding against the Texas Rangers on July 31, the previous game. Kim Ha-sung, who later complained of pain, was replaced during the defensive innings, raising concerns. He was diagnosed with no bone problems after the game, but it seemed difficult to play the next day.
Contrary to concerns, Kim Ha-sung was named in the starting lineup for the game on the 1st. He created a physical condition that could be hit with his frightening resilience. Kevin Ash, a reporter for San Diego, also surprised his resilience on social media, saying, “It’s a miracle of the trade deadline.” San Diego manager Bob Melvin could not give up Kim Ha-sung, who hit a hard hit of 0.341 in July. Instead, he was put in as a designated hitter considering his physical condition.
Kim Ha-sung, who started as a designated hitter for the first time in the big league, stepped down with a ground ball in his first at-bat in the first inning and filtered a walk in his second at-bat in the third inning with two outs and a runner on first base. In the ensuing first and second base opportunities, he failed to score as no follow-up hits occurred. Kim Ha-sung, who returned to the right field fly ball in the fifth inning, also stepped down with a ground ball in the seventh inning and failed to make a hit.
However, Kim Ha-sung met the manager’s expectations by hitting a hit in his last at-bat in the ninth inning. With Trent Grisham’s home run tying the game 3-3, Kim Ha-sung hit a double to create a chance to turn the tables. However, Fernando Tatis Jr., the next batter, struck out and failed to score.
San Diego, which missed a chance to turn the tables, eventually lost with a walk-off hit in the bottom of the 10th inning. San Diego, which failed to score after making a bases loaded with no outs in the top of the 10th inning with no outs, caused a crisis in the bottom of the 10th inning when third baseman Manny Machado made a defensive error.
Catcher Gary Sanchez connected Branton Doyle’s bunt to third base at the perfect timing, but Machado missed the ball during the tag process to advance the runner. In the end, San Diego lost 3-4 by giving up a walk-off sacrifice fly with one out and a full base.