Kim Ha-seong (San Diego Padres) went hitless for the second straight game.

Kim went hitless in four at-bats against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Petco Park in San Diego on Saturday (June 6). The two-game skid dropped his season batting average from 2-for-5 to 2-for-2.

San Diego’s starting lineup is Luis Araez-Jurickson Profar-Jake Cronenworth-Manny Machado-Donovan Solano-Jackson Merrill-David Peralta-Kim Ha-Sung-Kyle Higashioka. Randy Vasquez got the start.

Arizona’s batting order is Corbin Carroll-Ketel Marte-Jac Pederson-Christian Walker-Lueredes Gurriel-Gabriel Moreno-Eugenio Suarez-Alex Thomas-Geraldo Fedomo. Slade Cecchini was the starting pitcher.

Kim Ha-seong led off the third inning with a double to left field. In the fourth inning, he struck out swinging with runners in scoring position.

In the sixth inning, Peralta led off with an infield single and stole second, putting runners on second and third with no outs. On a 2B-2S pitch count, he took five pitches, but flied out to left field. Pitcher’s strikeout in the eighth inning.


San Diego rallied for a 10-8 victory in the bottom of the ninth to extend its winning streak to three games. Arizona got on the board first with a two-run homer in the top of the first inning by Pederson. 고스톱 온라인 San Diego battled back to pull within one in the bottom of the second on a Solano grounder to second base.

The big inning came in the fourth. Back-to-back singles by Cronenweth and Machado put runners on first and second with no outs. Solano grounded out to center field, but both runners advanced. With runners on second and third, Merrill hit a triple to center field to bring home both runners. Peralta’s two-run double made it 4-2.

San Diego tied the game in the sixth on Higashioka’s two-run arch to left. Arizona had the bases loaded in the top of the ninth. With the bases loaded, the San Diego bench sent closer Robert Suarez to the mound. Thomas hit a grand slam to cut the deficit to one. Carroll followed with a double and pinch-hitter Randall Grichuk hit a two-run arch to make it 8-7.

San Diego answered in the top of the ninth when leadoff hitter Profar hit a leadoff solo arch. It tied the game at 8-8. Cronenwirth drew a walk. Machado followed with a two-run single.

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