Kim Ha-Sung (28, San Diego Padres) recently won his 10th straight game in Major League Baseball (MLB), beating the red-hot San Francisco Giants with a home run. The team also snapped a three-game losing streak.카지노사이트
Kim Ha-seong started at first base and shortstop for the Padres against San Francisco at Oracle Park in San Francisco, California, U.S., on Sept. 23, and went 3-for-5 with a solo home run in the fourth inning, a double, two walks, one RBI and two runs scored.
San Diego won 10-0, avoiding a four-game sweep of San Francisco and snapping a three-game losing streak. Behind starter Blake Snell’s six-hit, three-run, 11-strikeout performance, the Padres were led by home runs from Ha Sung Kim, Gary Sanchez and Manny Machado (three more). San Francisco, on the other hand, saw its recent 10-game winning streak come to a screeching halt.
Kim Ha-seong showed his role as a table-setter from the first at-bat. He led off the first inning by drawing a full-count walk against San Francisco starter Alex Wood. After moving to second on a Juan Soto single, he came home on Sanchez’s three-run homer to left-center field in the fifth.
Two batters later in the inning, Trent Grisham singled up the middle and Kim was called upon for his second at-bat. He swung at a high fastball but couldn’t get a good contact, and the ball sailed into the left fielder’s glove for the third out of the inning.
After the team took a big lead in the top of the third on Machado’s three-run blast, Kim faced reliever Jacob Junis in the top of the fourth. Taking advantage of a two-seam fastball in the zone, Kim blasted a solo home run over the left field fence.
The home run had a bat speed of 100.7 miles per hour (162.1 km/h) and traveled 381 feet (116 meters). It was his sixth home run of the season, his first blast of June, and his first since May 25 against Washington. Kim, whose only other long ball in June had been a pair of doubles, put to rest any concerns about his long ball.
San Diego extended its lead to double digits in the top of the fifth with three more runs on RBI singles by Jake Cronenwirth and Nelson Cruz. Kim came to the plate two batters later and battled Junis for six pitches before being stranded on a grounder to the second baseman.
Kim’s hitting streak showed no signs of stopping. In the top of the seventh, he faced another changeup, Sean Munaya. After calmly working a full count, Kim eventually drew another walk to open the inning, but the next batter, Fernando Tatis Jr. singled to center field.
After Snell went down in order, San Diego brought in Luis Garcia (1 inning) and Laker (2 innings), who combined for three scoreless innings. San Francisco raised the white flag in the top of the ninth, bringing up infielder David Villa on defense. The win ended San Francisco’s 10-game winning streak and snapped San Diego’s three-game losing streak.