Kim Ha-sung has no hits in 4 at-bats against Oakland… San Diego wins walk-off + series sweep

Kim Ha-sung (29, San Diego Padres), who had “third base” in two consecutive games, was silent. Kim Ha-sung started as the sixth batter and shortstop in a home game against the Oakland Athletics of the 2024 Major League Baseball (MLB) at Petco Park in San Diego, California, on the 13th (Korea time), and recorded no hits in four times at bat. 토토사이트 추천

Kim had one hit and two walks in the first and second games of the three consecutive games against Oakland on Wednesday, raising his on-base percentage to 0.341, respectively. However, his on-base streak for the third consecutive game on the day was put on hold. His batting average also declined from 0.226 to 0.222.

With San Diego leading 1-0 with Donovan Solano’s solo home run in the bottom of the second inning, Kim Ha-sung hit opposing pitcher Hogan Harris’ change-up on the fourth pitch, but was out after hitting a fly ball to the left field. In the fourth inning, he hit Harris’ low-course four-seam fastball (straightball) with two outs and a runner on the first base, but rolled to the second base. The leading runner was out at the second base.

In the seventh inning, when San Diego allowed a 2-3 turnaround, he was the leadoff hitter, but he grounded out to second base against the changed pitcher Danny Jimenez. In the fourth at-bat in the ninth inning, when he was the leadoff hitter again, he was out on a ground ball to second base as his bat was pushed by Oakland closer Maison Miller’s 102.1 miles (164.3 km/h) fastball.

In the bottom of the ninth inning, when the game was tying 4-4, San Diego won 5-4, as Shinsung Jackson Merrill hit a walk-off home run that toppled Miller. San Diego, which also had a walk-off victory in Game 2 on the previous day, won all three consecutive games in Oakland, recording its 37th win (35 losses) in the 2024 season.

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