Ha-seong Kim of the San Diego Padres played his part and helped the team win.
On the 12th (Korean time)토스카지노, Ha-seong Kim started second base in the 6th away game against the New York Mets held at Citi Field in Flushing, New York, USA, and recorded 1 hit and 1 strikeout in 3 at-bats. With a batting average of 0.289 for the season, the team avenged the loss the previous day by winning 4-2.
He created a scoring opportunity with a sacrifice bunt at first base in the first at-bat in the second inning. It could have been an infield hit because the course was good in the direction of first base, but David Peterson, the opposing pitcher, was good at defense.
After stepping out with a looking strikeout in the 4th inning, he recorded his first on-base in the 6th inning with a right-handed hit with no runners out and 2 out. He even managed to steal second base and recorded his first stolen base of the season, but the follow-up was missed and left base. In the 8th inning, he faced Brooks Reilly, whom he had faced in the KBO League. The result was a ground ball out on second base.
Defensively, he showed stability. He calmly caught a batted ball under Mark Kahn in the first inning with one out and bases loaded, stepped directly on second base, threw to first base, and made a double play. In the 4th inning he also put Jeff McNeil’s slow ground ball out.
The match was played in close quarters. Both teams’ selections went through the early hurdles and proceeded as a pitcher’s battle. San Diego starter Ryan Weathers passed the crisis with no runs in the first inning safely, and Mets starter David Peterson prevented a run by inducing a double shot in the second inning with one out on first and third base.
The Mets scored first in the fourth. With consecutive hits by Francisco Lindor and Pete Alonso, runner Alonso on first base was checked out on first and third bases, and he scored one point on Mark Kanha’s sacrifice fly.
San Diego immediately counterattacked in the top of the 5th inning. In the second out, second and third base opportunity, Manny Machado made a double with a ball that fell just inside the left foul line, calling in both runners and turning it around at once.
After that, while the other line could not score additional runs, a crisis came at the bottom of the 8th inning. Steve Wilson piled firewood, allowing two walks.
But he didn’t even light the fire. He caught Starling Marte on a grounder from third base, then struck out Francisco Lindor on a swing to end the inning.
Lindor hit a long hit to the right side in this at-bat, but missed the foul pole on the right by a narrow margin, causing 30,769 Mets fans to visit Citi Field.
San Diego, which overcame the crisis at the bottom of the eighth inning, took a breather in the top of the ninth when Xander Bogarts hit a two-run homer.
Finisher Josh Hader was uneasy. He gave up two walks in the ninth inning and gave up a run by allowing a heavy hit to Tommy Pam. He allowed no more runs and recorded the save.
There was also controversy in the match against the undefeated first baseman Mark Kanha. Kanha was hit with an elbow on the inside ball on the 7th pitch, and the bat spun in the process. Afterwards, the ball fell back and Alonso, runner on first base, ran to second base, but the umpire declared Kanha’s strikeout and Alonso’s return to first base. Manager Buck Showalter protested for a long time and even went to video review, but the decision was not overturned.
Both teams pitched well. Mets starter Peterson gave up 2 runs on 6 hits, 2 walks, 6 strikeouts in 5 2/3 innings, and San Diego starter Weathers played his role with 3 hits, 2 walks, 3 strikeouts and 1 run in 5 2/3 innings.