SD, Ha-seong Kim’s big defense, wins 2 consecutive wins against Tampa Bay

Ha-seong Kim (San Diego Padres) took a break and went to the ground in defense. On the 19th (Korean time), San Diego played a home game between the Tampa Bay Rays and Major League Baseball (MLB) Interleague at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA.

Kim Ha-seong was excluded from the starting lineup, and after watching his teammates play in the dugout, he came out as second baseman in place of Lougned Odor in the defense in the top of the 9th inning.

The San Diego Padres overcame the pursuit of Tampa Bay that day and won 5-4, winning their second game in a row.

Tampa Bay took the lead in the second inning. Josh Law scored the first run with a timely hit against San Diego starting pitcher Joe Musgrove.

San Diego turned the game around in the bottom of the third inning. Tampa Bay tied a defensive mistake and a fielder’s choice and scored two points to turn it 2-1. An extra point came out right away.

In the ensuing situation with one out, first and third base, Manny Machado hit a sacrifice fly to widen the score to 3-1. Tampa Bay followed suit.

In the top of the 4th inning, Manuel Margo threw a sacrifice fly to make it 2-3. But San Diego ran away right away. In the bottom of the 4th inning, Odor hit a double at the right time to make it 4-2. In the bottom of the 5th inning, Machado’s timely hit came out and ran away to 5-2.

Tampa Bay chased 4-5 with timely hits from Margo and Harold Ramirez in the top of the 8th inning. But the chase ended there.안전놀이터

San Diego’s Fernando Tatis Jr. shoulder prevented the tiebreaker. Christian Betancourt, who came to the plate with one out on first and second base, hit a right-handed hit.

Tatis Jr., who came out to right field, caught second base runner Margo at home with an accurate throw. San Diego, which maintained a one-point lead, put closer Josh Hader on the mound in the top of the ninth to lock the back door.

Musgrove became the winning pitcher with 2 runs in 6 innings and earned his 5th win (2 losses) of the season, and Hader succeeded in his relief and recorded his 18th save (1 loss) of the season. San Diego went 35-36 with the victory that day, further raising expectations for a return to the 50% win rate. Tampa Bay suffered two consecutive defeats, but still maintained first place in the Eastern Group of the American League with 51 wins and 24 losses.

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