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Ha-Seong Kim had Multiple Hits in Two Days with a 2-RBI Winning Hit… Batting Average 0.240

Ha-Seong Kim (San Diego Padres) raised his batting average by hitting multiple hits (two or more hits in one game) in two days, including a timely hit in the final with two RBIs.

On the 25th (Korean time), Ha-seong Kim played as a shortstop and batted fifth in the visiting game against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado, USA, hitting 2 hits in 4 at-bats and collecting 2 RBIs.

Ha-seong Kim’s batting average rose to 0.240 (23 hits in 96 at-bats), and his RBI was recorded at 15.

San Diego won 5-2. 바카라사이트

In his first at-bat with one out and the bases loaded in the top of the first inning, with a hit and two walks, Ha-seong Kim sent two runners home with a double that fell to the top of the plate.

With a ball count of 0 balls and 2 strikes, he kicked Colorado left-handed starting pitcher Ty Blach’s breaking ball with a series of fouls, then kicked an outside changeup as if he was cutting it with a bat, flew it toward the top of the priority box, and made a double with a quick foot.

At 3-0, Ha-seong Kim hit home when the follow-up hitter made a timely hit.

Kim Ha-seong, who was caught with a fly ball to right field in the third inning, got on base in the top of the sixth inning with a 4-0 lead and no outs on first base in his third at-bat, got on base with a surprise bunt that rolled toward the third baseman, and then settled at second base with a bad throw to first base from the Colorado third baseman.

With Ha-seong Kim on second and third base with no outs, San Diego scored an extra point with Jackson Merrill’s grounder.

Ha-seong Kim retired with a ground ball to shortstop in the 8th inning.

Ha-seong Kim hit two hits for two consecutive days following the previous day, increasing the number of multi-hit games for the season to five.

Kim Ha-seong also contributed to the team’s victory in defense.

He fell and blocked a batted ball rolling in front of Elias Diaz’s left fielder in the 4th inning with one out and runners on first and second base.

It was recorded as an infield hit, but thanks to Ha-seong Kim preventing a run, San Diego starting pitcher Matt Waldron ended the inning without giving up a single run by allowing two batters to hit in the ensuing bases-loaded crisis.

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