Kim Ha-sung lost 4-7 to Philadelphia in a wildcard Cincinnati
Kim Ha-sung (San Diego Padres) is not coming to life.
It’s hard to maintain a sense of hitting as a pinch hitter, but it’s too sluggish in the second half.
In the home game against the Philadelphia Phillies on the 23rd (Korea time), he came out as a pinch hitter, but he hit a double hit.
Kim Ha-sung entered the batter’s box instead of a pitcher in the bottom of the fourth inning with one out and one base at the bottom of the fourth inning, trailing by one to three.
It was a bit early compared to the usual pinch hit in the second half of the game.
San Diego pitcher Ryan Weathers, who took the mound as his second pitcher, allowed three runs in two innings, and San Diego put Kim Ha-sung at bat.
Kim Ha-sung pulled his opponent Gibson’s fourth pitch from the ball count 2-1, but hit a double that led to the third baseman and second baseman-1.
Kim Ha-sung’s batting average dropped to 0.207.
San Diego was overtaken by the Cincinnati Reds in a wildcard race that defeated the Miami Marlins 3-1.