Kim Ha-seong, who broke the silence, reached multiple bases with a single… Choi Ji-man recovers from injury

News from the American Major League. San Diego Padres Kim Ha-seong broke his silence after three games and succeeded in getting on base multiple times by hitting a hit. Fellow team member Choi Ji-man also returned from injury and played in a game for the first time in about a month.

This is reporter Kim Do-hoon.


In an away game against the Oakland Athletics held at the Oakland Coliseum in California, USA, Ha-Seong Kim of the San Diego Padres, who entered as the leadoff hitter in the top of the first inning, walked to first base after a full count.

Kim Ha-seong, who was retired by a ground ball to shortstop in the top of the second inning, created a right-handed hit by pushing away a fastball coming toward him with his bat at the top of the fourth inning with two outs and first base.토토사이트

It was his first time on base in eight days and his first hit in three games.

Ha-Seong Kim raised his arms.

Ha-seong Kim later struck out in both at-bats in the 5th and 8th innings, but left a strong impression in defense as well.

Bottom of the 9th inning, with the team ahead 5-2, with one out and one on first base.

After catching the opposing batter’s hit toward second base, he delivered the ball with an exquisite glove toss.

Ji-Man Choi of the same team, who returned 36 days after suffering an ankle injury, also started as the number 6 hitter and first baseman.

He did not produce a hit in three plate appearances, but did pick up a walk and advance to first base.

Thanks to Ha-seong Kim’s performance, San Diego defeated Oakland 5-2 and won three games in a row.

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