Kim Ha-sung scored the final goal with no hits in 1 at-bat, and won the 10th inning of extra time
Kim Ha-sung (27) of the San Diego Padres played in the game with a large amount of money. However, he failed to record a hit.
In a game against the San Francisco Giants at Petco Park in San Diego, California, on the 8th (Korea Standard Time), Kim Ha-sung played as a shortstop in the eighth inning and scored one run without a hit.
San Diego scored the first run in the fourth inning with Manny Machado’s solo home run. In the fifth inning, Profar was injured when shortstop C.J. Abrams and left fielder Jurickson Profar collided during a fly ball defense.
Kim Ha-sung, who did not play despite the injury of the pro, played as a shortstop in the eighth inning. San Diego, which was leading 1-0 in the ninth inning, advanced to second base with a ball and stolen base hit by Austin Slater and allowed Brandon Crawford to tie the game 1-1.
Kim Ha-sung entered his first at-bat with two outs and runners on first base in the ninth inning. However, relief pitcher Mauricio Robera struck out a foul tip on a slider of 80.8 miles per hour (130.0 kilometers) 토토추천사이트
The game led to extra time. San Diego scored a walk-off hit in the 10th inning by Jorge Alfaro to win a 2-1 walk-off victory and escaped from his second consecutive loss. Kim Ha-sung scored the winning run as a penalty shootout runner.
Starting pitcher Joe Musgrove pitched seven innings with one hit, four walks, six strikeouts and no runs, but Taylor Rogers allowed a tie in the ninth inning and lost nine wins of the season. San Francisco’s starting pitcher Logan Webb pitched eight innings with six hits (one home run), one walk, two strikeouts and one run, but failed to become a winning pitcher because he was not supported by the batters