Ha-seong Kim, who dropped his head for 4 consecutive at-bats, laughed at the end… The team won 7-4

Kim Ha-seong, who is active in the San Diego Padres, continued his streak of hits in 5 games. 

Kim Ha-seong recorded 1 hit in 5 at-bats in an away game against the Washington Nationals held at Nationals Park in Washington, DC, USA on the 24th (Korean time). His season batting average dropped from .236 to 2.35. 먹튀검증

Kim Ha-seong, who started as third baseman in the second inning, retired with a ground ball to third base in the first inning, a strikeout in the second inning, a fly to left field in the fifth, and a fly to center field in the sixth. Kim Ha-seong, who came out as the lead batter with a lead of 7-3, went to the base with a right-handed hit. He advanced to second base on Juan Soto’s walk, but failed to score on the follow-up hit. 

The match was won by San Diego 7-4. He hit four home runs and properly pounded the opponent’s mound. After two outs in the first inning, San Diego succeeded in taking the lead with Juan Soto’s heavy hit and Xander Bogarts’ superior two-run arch. Leading batter Brandon Dixon hit a solo home run over the middle fence in the fourth inning. 3-0. Washington, which started a counterattack, balanced the score 3-3 with back-to-back home runs by CJ Abrams and Lane Thomas in the 5th inning. 

San Diego took a chance on 1st and 2nd base safely with a right-handed hit by Lougned Odor and a walk by Trent Grisham in the 6th inning. Trent Grisham is out on second base as Austin Nola grounds to third base. A sacrifice fly to the right field by Fernando Tatis Jr., who continued with 1st out and 1st and 3rd base, led them back to 4-3. San Diego, which gained momentum, widened the score to 7-3 with Juan Soto’s mid-ball solo and Jake Cronenworth’s superior two-run home run in the 7th inning. Washington only managed to catch up with one more run in the 8th inning with Joey Menesis’ 1 RBI double. 

San Diego starter Darvish won his third win of the season with 6 hits (2 home runs), 1 walk, 4 strikeouts and 3 runs in 6 innings. Among the hitters, Juan Soto (3 hits in 4 at bats (1 home run), 1 RBI, 2 runs) and Zander Bogatz (2 hits in 5 at bats (1 home run), 2 RBIs, 2 runs) stood out. Jake Cronenworth and Brandon Dixon also tasted it. 

Washington starter Mackenzie Gore gave up three runs in 4⅔innings. 

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