Kim Ha-seong, who couldn’t even hold on to the ‘custom helmet’… 3rd base ‘Pulp Pearl’
Kim Ha-seong of Major League Baseball has been on base three times, including multi-hits, and has been active with 50 RBIs for two consecutive years. Even a specially customized helmet could not withstand Kim Ha-sung’s sprint. This is reporter Park Soo-ju.
Kim Ha-seong stepped on first base with a hit from the first at-bat in the first inning.
He slides to second base on a follow-up hitter’s surprise bunt, and as soon as he sees that the ball is missing, he takes off his crooked helmet and runs to third base with his hair flying again.
Kim Ha-seong, who smiled shyly at third base, scored the first point by stepping on the groove on the sacrifice fly that followed.
Kim Ha-seong picked out a walk in the 4th inning, followed by a ground ball in the 6th inning with a sprint to make it a hit, and went on base three times that day.
He widened the score by one more point with a sacrifice fly in the eighth inning, when he trailed close to 4-3.
It was his 50th RBI this season, filling in 50 RBI for the second consecutive year following 59 RBI last year.
Kim Ha-seong scores 50 RBIs with a sacrifice fly
Ha-seong Kim flew 3 times at bat with 2 hits, 1 walk, 1 RBI and 1 point, but the team was unfortunately defeated.토토사이트
At the end of the 8th inning, San Diego gave Contreras two runs with a consecutive home run and was dragged into overtime.
San Diego has lost 11 of its 11 games this season and has a 0% overtime win rate.
With a 62-71 record so far, San Diego’s postseason prospects aren’t bright.
While Atlanta, LA Dodgers, and Milwaukee are ranked first in each division of the league, San Diego is tied for seventh in the wild card race with the remaining 12 teams.
Wildcards are awarded only up to 3rd place.
This is Yonhap News TV Park Soo-ju.