Why don’t you do it with me?…Pitcher Waka, turn away from Cronenworth and have a glove ceremony with Kim Ha-sung

Also, the players have to do well. so that it is recognized

On the 22nd (Korean time), the match between San Diego Padres and Miami Marlins was held at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA.

Kim Ha-seong led the team to a 6-2 victory with a big success, such as hitting a double and stealing a home run. The 4-run home run was decisive.

San Diego starting pitcher Michael Waka also earned his 10th win of the season with 7 strikeouts and 1 run in 5.1 innings. Thanks to Ha-sung Kim’s home run, he became the winning pitcher.

However, an interesting scene was observed. Waka, who was coming down from the mound due to a pitcher change in the top of the 6th inning, turned away from first baseman Jake Cronenworth, who was right in front of him, while celebrating with fellow fielders. Cronenworth had his fists out for the ceremony.

But Waka didn’t seem to see it. He found Kim Ha-seong, who was running to the mound instead, gestured to him and even held a glove ceremony with him.토토사이트

Cronenworth, who was looking at this, made a self-ceremony after making a shy expression.

It was a scene where Kim Ha-sung’s status in the team could be confirmed.

Meanwhile, a San Diego fan drew attention by writing on Twitter, “Sign a contract extension until the age of 65 with Kim Ha-sung.”

San Diego’s official SNS congratulated Kim Ha-sung’s grand slam, saying in Korean, “S in HSK stands for slam (Grand Slam).”

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