San Diego Padres second baseman Kim Ha-seong has a high team contribution despite average performance of 0.245 batting average, 5 home runs, and 20 RBIs?토토사이트 순위
It was revealed once again in the match against the Tampa Bay Rays (51-23), the team with the highest winning rate in the major leagues, held at Petco Park on the 18th (Korean time).
At the end of the 5th inning, the 8th hitter, Kim Ha-seong, took the lead in a pitcher’s match that failed to break the balance at 0-0. Ha-seong Kim bunt on the third base side of Tampa Bay starter Zack Eflin’s first pitch sinker. He was safe on first base on an off-the-cuff bunt hit.
Manager Bob Melvin also instructed Trent Grisham to bunt again with no 1st base and 9th. This bunt hit wasn’t a good hit, and luck followed. It exceeded the height of the pitcher and became a hit that fell between the second basemen. Director Melvin’s small ball did not stop there.
With 14 homers, he instructed top hitter Fernando Tanisu Jr., the most on the team, to bunt, and it became a perfect send-off bunt that fell between the pitcher and catcher, giving him a chance to score 1 out, 2nd and 3rd base. Responding to the manager’s small ball instructions, Juan Soto sent third base runner Kim Ha-seong home and Grisham advanced to third base with a sacrifice fly by the center fielder.
This time, Tampa Bay third baseman Isaac Paredes caught Manny Machado’s missed ball with his glove and juggled while removing the ball, resulting in a lucky infield hit. Score 2-0.
Ha-seong Kim opened the scoring with a surprise bunt and laid the foundation for victory. He regained his sense of hitting with multi-hits in 2 consecutive games and recorded 1 hit in 3 at-bats with a bunt hit from Eflin, who is doing the best pitching of his life this season, raising his batting average to 0.245 again.
Tampa Bay’s terrifying blows were also absorbed in front of the Padres’ mound that day. He was defeated with 3 hits. The Padres also failed to launch a proper offense with 4 hits, but they won with a small ball, which is rare in MLB these days. Season 34 wins 36 losses.토토사이트
Blake Snell, who made his name known as the replacement scapegoat for coach Kevin Cash in the 6th inning of the World Series in Game 6 of the Tampa Bay in 2020, with 2 hits, 9 strikeouts and 1 run in the 6th inning, set a record for all 30 club selections by facing his own team for the first time. He was sluggish with an earned run average of 5 until May of the season, but recently returned to normal by striking out 12 in two consecutive games.
In the face of Tampa Bay, which has a powerful attack power, only 5 runners on base with 2 hits and 3 walks in 6 innings, striking out 12 and no runs, making the season 3 wins, 6 losses, 3.48 on good pitches. The Padres lost 2-6 thanks to the pitch of Shane McClanahan, who led the team in most wins (11-1) the previous day.