Kim Ha-sung’s two walks and SD ends four consecutive wins amid harsh criticism.
Starting in eight days
One at-bats, two strikeouts, batting average 0.210 against Miami.
Kim Ha-sung (26, San Diego Padres), who started in eight days, had two walks, but failed to lead the team’s fifth consecutive win. Kim Ha-sung was criticized by local media for his poor batting average, but he failed to make a single hit.
Kim Ha-sung started as the eighth batter shortstop against the Miami Marlins in the 2021 Major League Baseball (MLB) at Petco Park in San Diego, California on the 12th (Korea time), recording no hits and two walks in one at-bats.
Kim Ha-sung, who was named in the starting lineup eight days after the Oakland Athletics game on the 4th, was on base twice with a walk but failed to produce a hit. Tawl fell from 0.211 to 0.210.
Kim Ha-sung has recently narrowed his position in the team. San Diego recruited second baseman Adam Fraser as a trade and cleared the infield as shortstop Fernando Tartis Jr. prepared to use the outfielder. Kronen Jake, Fort Worth to the shortstop gimhaseong and is there wasn’t any room to play.
In response, MLB Dotcom pointed out Kim Ha-sung’s sluggish batting. “Kim Ha-sung is too bad this season,” Tartis Jr. said, analyzing that he can manage injuries due to the reduced burden of defense in the outfield, while strengthening his infield defense.
Kim Ha-sung, who had a chance to start in a long time, needed to turn the situation around. However, he failed to make a hit on the day.
Kim Ha-sung, who stood at first base with two outs in the bottom of the second inning, swung a bat at Sandy Alcantara’s first pitch, but was out on a grounder by third baseman 안전놀이터
In the bottom of the fifth and bottom of the seventh innings, Kim Ha-sung had more than two walks in a game, nine days after the Colorado Rockies on the 2nd. However, due to the silence of the next batter, Kim Ha-sung failed to advance.
San Diego lost to Miami 0-6 in a frustrating attack. He failed to target Alcantara, who blocked seven innings with seven strikeouts and no runs. San Diego, where its fourth consecutive win ended, recorded its 50th loss (66 wins) of the season.