Kim Ha-sung’s kickball that overwhelmed Seattle batteries…The first U.S. debut, “3rd Stole”

It’s not just hitting and defending that are great. Ha-seong Kim (27, San Diego Padres) boasted a dazzling run sense, recording three stolen bases in one game for the first time since his major league debut.

Kim Ha-seong started as the first batter 메이저놀이터 and second baseman in an away game against the Seattle Mariners in the major league held in Seattle on the 10th (Korean time), recording 1 hit, 1 walk and 1 run in 3 at-bats.

Kim Ha-seong stayed on base once with one hit in the last game, ending his multi-on-base streak with 15 games. Kim Ha-seong showed off his outstanding ability as a leadoff by writing a multi-on-base game again in one day.

Above all, he had an excellent sense of stealing the bass. Ha-seong Kim added 3 stolen bases that day to record 27 stolen bases for the season. This is the first time Kim Ha-seong has recorded 3 stolen bases in one game. ‘Multi-steal’ is the third in his career. All recorded this season.

Ha-seong Kim went on base with a walk in the top of the first inning. Afterwards, he won a Sioux fight with Seattle Battery. When the next hitter, Fernando Tatis Jr., was at bat, Seattle starter Emerson Hancock stole second base without missing the timing of throwing a relatively slow ball with an 84-mile changeup.

Ha-seong Kim then succeeded in stealing third base from Juan Soto’s at-bat. When the 92 mph sinker came into the high course, he jumped to third base. However, Seattle catcher Carl Rowley did not even respond. It seemed that the third base was stolen at all, and Kim Ha-sung’s start was so exquisite that he stole the timing of the opponent’s battery.

After that, Ha-seong Kim stepped on the home ground during Soto’s infield grounder and scored. With sprinting and bold home sliding, the opponent’s defense did not even have room for a home game. It was a goal created by Kim Ha-sung’s pioneering eyes and feet.

Kim Ha-seong hit a heavy hit in the first out of the third inning. He accurately hit the 93 mile sinker. Seattle Battery kept the runner on first base in check, pitching out once when Tatis Jr. had a ball count in favor of the pitcher during his at-bat.

However, Ha-seong Kim did not care and stole second base. This time, he cut off the start according to the timing of throwing the changeup.

Ha-seong Kim created a scoring opportunity himself this time as well. However, as Tatis Jr. and Soto withdrew to ground balls in succession, his chance to score was ruined.

Choi Ji-man, who started as the designated hitter No. 7, recorded no hits and one walk in one at-bat, and was replaced with a pinch hitter in the top of the sixth inning to finish the game.

San Diego lost to Seattle 1-6 despite Ha-sung Kim’s early performance. 2nd hitter Tatis Jr. and 3rd hitter Soto failed to create synergy with lead-off Kim Ha-seong, who made a multi-on-base run, as they were both silent with no hits.

Starter Darvish Yu pitched 6 scoreless innings. The game was balanced 1-1 until the 7th inning. However, Seattle’s Raleigh hit a two-run home run that broke the balance in the bottom of the eighth inning, and Seattle added three runs to seal the game.

Ha-seong Kim maintained a batting average of 0.288 for the season, and the on-base percentage rose slightly to 0.384. He also scored his 63rd point of the season.

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