Monday, 24th June 2024

Just another WordPress site


Bae Ji-hwan has no hit

Kim Ha-sung (San Diego Padres) revealed his presence with multiple on-base hits and stolen bases.

In an away game against the Cincinnati Reds in the Major League Baseball at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, Ohio on the morning of the 24th (Korea time), Kim Ha-sung played as the eighth batter, gaining one hit in three times at bat, and one walk. Kim’s batting average edged up to 0.216. Kim also added two steals on the day. The number of stolen bases increased to 13.

After drawing a walk in his first at-bat in the top of the second inning, Kim struck out in the fourth inning. Then, after hitting a ground ball with one out and taking the first base in the sixth inning, Kim immediately stole second and third bases. The hit came at the last at-bat. With one out and no runners in the ninth inning when the game was tying 4-4, Kim hit a double to the center field. However, he was caught in check by the pitcher when pinch hitter Luis Campusano took the batter’s box, and passed away wildly.

San Diego won the game 6-4, tying Fernando Tatis Jr.’s double and Jake Cronenworth’s sacrifice fly in the extended 10th inning.스포츠토토

Meanwhile, Bae Ji-hwan of the Pittsburgh Pirates played as the ninth batter (center fielder) in a home game against the San Francisco Giants and had no hit in four times at bat. Bae, who was promoted to the big league two days ago, saw his batting average fall to 0.143. Pittsburgh lost 6-7.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *