The San Diego Padres are slowly finding their original form.

On the 14th (Korean time), the Padres won 6-3 in the first game of the series against the Cleveland Guardians in the Central District of the American League at Petco Park, where 40,197 people entered and sold out for the 23rd time of the season, making the season 32-34.

However, Ha-seong Kim fell into a mini slump after recording a batting average of 0.250 with a multi-hit game against the Chicago Cubs on June 4. He started as the eighth hitter at second base against the Guardians and went 0-for-4, including one strikeout. In the last 8 games, he recorded only one multi-hit, and he recorded only 4 hits (0.148) in 27 at-bats, and his batting average for the season plummeted to 0.236메이저놀이터.

The Padres took the lead in the game by scoring 4 runs in the first inning with Zander Bogarts’ sacrifice fly and Gary Sanchez’s 3-run home run (No. 6) of the ‘Rolling Stone’. In the beginning of the second inning, Josh Bell, a teammate from last season, hit a one-run home run (No. 6), and Fernando Tatis Jr. responded with a one-run four (No. 13) in the bottom of the second inning, lightening the shoulders of starter Joe Musgrove. all.

Sanchez, who was released by the New York Mets on the 26th of last month and recruited on May 30th, stood tall in the center of the offensive line with 6 home runs and 16 RBIs in 16 games in a Padres uniform. OPS is 0.981. The catcher’s inside work has been the biggest stumbling block since the Yankees days, but in the game against the Guardians, Musgrove (6 innings, 3 runs) and the bullpen led with 3 scoreless innings, overshadowing the weak points.

Josh Hader, who extinguished the fire with one hit and three strikeouts against four batters in the bottom of the ninth with a 6-3 lead, recorded his 16th save of the season. Musgrove has a season record of 4 wins, 2 losses and a 4.37.

Cleveland led 9-8 in hits, but sporadic bursts and went 0-for-7 from scoring position. He also struck out 9 times. In particular, the team’s clutch hitter, Jose Ramirez, fell short of his role with multiple strikeouts. Ramirez has excellent contact skills, having only three multi-strikeouts in 62 games this year.

The Padres, who wrote a winning series against the Miami Marlins on the 2nd, gained momentum with 8 wins and 5 losses in the last 13 games. On the 15th, Michael Waka, who leads the starting rotation (6 wins, 2 losses, 3.18), will start.

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