Kim Ha sung is puzzled-Director’s anger shouting. How is this a strike? the worst bad call
San Diego lost 3-5 in the first game of the National League Division Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Dodger Stadium on the 11th.
Mike Clevinzer, who started the game, failed to make up for the loss that he gave up in vain early in the beginning of the game.
Kim Ha-sung (27) fought hard. Kim Ha-sung, who started as the seventh shortstop on the day, hit a left-center double against opposing starter Julio Urias in the fifth inning with no outs and runners on first base, trailing 1-5, and continued his momentum in this fall.
In the following 2-55th inning with one out and third base, Nola came home first with a sprint during a sacrifice fly and completed a valuable chase.
It was a short fly ball, but Kim Ha-sung’s explosive main force shone.
However, there was also an unfair situation before this.
Kim Ha-sung was the leadoff hitter in the third inning, trailing 0-5.
The situation was urgent for the leadoff hitter to get on base for a quick chase.
Kim Ha-sung watched a four-seam fastball on a low course outside the first pitch and threw a bat when the second curve came in, but it became a foul.
Here, Urias threw his third four-seam fastball high.
It was a ball that came into Kim Ha-sung’s chest level.
Naturally, it was filmed on the high side outside the virtual strike zone of the broadcasting company.
However, referee Trip Gibson called the ball for a strike. He struck out a rookie.
Kim Ha-sung was puzzled.
He did not complain directly to the referee, but continued to tilt his head as he entered the dugout.
San Diego coach Bob Melvin, who was watching, also shouted at the ground.
The mouth caught on the broadcast was also mixed with light swear words.
It was a strike decision that everyone didn’t understand.
The decision was selected as the worst ball decision on the day.
The “Umpire Scoreboard,” which analyzes the accuracy of Major League Baseball referees’ decisions, selects the three most impactful Miss Calls, and this ball topped the list.
On this day, the accuracy of referee Gibson’s judgment was 93%, which was below the average, and the consistency was 94%, which was also below the average.
Of course, it was an unfavorable count for 2S, and even if the accurate decision was made, the disadvantageous count for 1B-2S was still correct.
I wasn’t sure if I could get on base with a hit or a walk.
However, it was clear that the player’s psychological part and the strike zone could be shaken.
It was a disappointing decision considering that Kim Ha-sung hit a double in the fifth inning and bothered Woori As.