Ha-seong Kim, Silent for 3 Consecutive Games with No Hits in 5 at-Bats… Batting Average 0.259
San Diego wins 5-2 in overtime and continues PS’ ‘glimpse of hope’
San Diego Padres Kim Ha-seong (27) was unable to escape a batting slump at the end of the season.
Ha-seong Kim started as the 5th hitter and second baseman in the 2023 Major League Baseball (MLB)
visiting game against the San Francisco Giants held at Oracle Park in San Francisco, California on the 28th (Korean time), and went 0-hit in 5 at-bats. 카지노
Kim Ha-seong, who failed to hit a hit in three consecutive games,
dropped his season batting average to 0.259 (136 hits in 526 at-bats).
It has been 105 days since the game against the Philadelphia Phillies on June 15 that his batting average fell to .255.
Ha-seong Kim has not been able to escape from his sluggish batting average of 0.152 (12 hits in 79 at-bats) this month.
Choi Ji-man played as a defender on first base in the bottom of the 10th inning and finished the game without taking a at-bat.
San Diego Padres
With the score tied at 2-2, San Diego won 5-2 over San Francisco,
led by Sander Boharz’s final sacrifice fly and Manny Machado’s two-run double in the 10th inning.
San Diego, which is holding on to ‘elimination number’ 1, which means being eliminated from the postseason,
is 6th in the National League wild card with 79 wins and 80 losses.
If the Chicago Cubs and Miami Marlins (82 wins, 76 losses), who are tied for third place in the wild card,
lose all four remaining games, and San Diego wins all three remaining games,
the three teams will be tied at 82 wins and 80 losses.
At this time, if the Cincinnati Reds (81 wins, 78 losses), ranked 5th in the wild card,
which are the remaining 3 games, also have 1 win, 2 losses, or 3 losses,
San Diego can maintain its faint hope of advancing to the postseason.
According to MLB postseason regulations, if there are teams with the same winning percentage,
the advancing team is determined in the following order:
Head to head record – winning percentage between division teams.
Winning percentage between teams from other divisions in the same league.
The tiebreaker matchup, which was called the 163rd game of the MLB regular season, was abolished last year.