Kim Ha-sung, who hit a ‘169.9km’ bullet, hits 3G in a row → 40 points, but…The team has won four games in a row

San Diego Padres Kim Ha-sung (29) hit in three consecutive games and exceeded 40 points, but the team ended its four-game winning streak. 토토사이트 순위

Kim Ha-sung started the home game against the Milwaukee Brewers in the 2024 Major League Baseball at Petco Park in San Diego, California on the 24th (Korea Standard Time) as a shortstop and scored one hit and one point in four at-bats.

Kim Ha-sung, who has had hits in the last three consecutive games since the game against Milwaukee on the 22nd, has maintained a batting average of 220 (59 hits in 268 times at bat) for this season. His OPS slightly decreased from .721 to .718.

In his first at-bat in the bottom of the third inning against Milwaukee rookie right-hander Tobias Myers, Kim Ha-sung was out after hitting a fly ball to right field. He continued his game from the ball count of 2-2 to seven pitches, but was pushed back by his four-seam fastball of 94.3 miles (151.8 kilometers per hour).

However, he had a hit in the bottom of the fifth inning with two outs and no runners on the base. Myers did not miss the 85.3 mph slider at the second pitch, which was concentrated in the center, and connected it to a midfielder hit. It was a 105.6 mph (169.9 km).

Kim Ha-sung, who advanced to second base when Brett Sullivan had a bunt hit to the pitcher’s side, came home after passing third base while Luis Arraez had a hit to the right. It was his team’s first score, which was followed by 1-5. Kim Ha-sung’s 40th score of this season.

At the bottom of the seventh inning, with one out, he was out with a straight hit to center field. He hit a four-seam fastball of 91 miles (146.5 kilometers) per hour from left-hander Brian Hudson, but headed straight to center field.

At the bottom of the ninth inning, with two outs and one out, he grounded out to shortstop. Milwaukee right-hander Trevor Megill hit a four-seam fastball, which was high at 98.9 mph (159.2 km) among the third pitches, but failed to exceed the infield, becoming the last out count of the game.

San Diego lost to Milwaukee 2-6, failing to win all four games. In the second inning alone, starting pitcher Michael King allowed six hits, five runs and allowed a big inning, thereby giving up the momentum of the game. King stopped the rest of the innings without losing a point, but allowed nine hits, one walk, eight strikeouts, and five runs in six innings, marking the fifth loss (five wins) in this season.

Arraez had two hits and one RBI from four times at bat, and Manny Machado had one hit and one RBI from three times at bat, but the lineup did not explode. Milwaukee starter Myers pitched five hits, no outs, three strikeouts, and one run in five innings, marking his fifth win (two losses) this season. Blake Perkins, the ninth batter and center fielder, had two hits and two RBIs from four times at bat.

San Diego, ranking second in the Western Division of the National League, which ended its four-game winning streak, has won 41 games and lost 41 games (win percentage .500). Milwaukee, ranking first in the Central Division of the NL, ended its three-game losing streak to San Diego, and posted 45 wins and 33 losses (win percentage .577).

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