Ha-Seong Kim’s 14 consecutive on-base streak ended, and his OPS broke .800 after 36 games… The team won with 4 home runs
San Diego Padres Kim Ha-seong (28) was silent with no hits in four at-bats.
Ha-seong Kim started as the first hitter and second baseman in the 2023 Major League Baseball home game against the San Francisco Giants held at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA on the 3rd (Korean time), and retired with no hits in four at-bats and one strikeout.
He had been on base for 5 consecutive games since the game against the St. Louis Cardinals on the 29th of last month, and had been on base for 14 consecutive games since the game against the Arizona Diamondbacks on the 19th, but it was all broken on this day.
As a result, Kim Ha-seong’s season batting average fell from .2777 to .2774 (125 hits in 456 at-bats), and his OPS fell from .801 to .794.
No hits in 4 at-bats, 1 recent 11G long hit… 36G maintained OPS .800 collapse
In his first at-bat in the first inning off San Francisco’s left-handed starting pitcher Kyle Harrison, Ha-seong Kim was out with a ground ball to third base. He hit a slub on the third pitch, but was unable to get the timing right, so the ball missed toward third base. San Francisco third baseman Casey Schmidt caught Ha-seong Kim with a running throw to first base.
In the third inning, when he appeared as the leadoff hitter, he was put out with a straight hit to right field. He pushed a four-seam fastball on the fourth pitch, but it was caught by San Francisco right fielder Mitch Haniger in front of the warning track.
In the 5th inning, Jose Ajoca, who was out on first base with one out, failed to steal second base. Then, with the ball count of 2-2, Kim Ha-seong also struck out after his bat missed a high 93.3 mph four-seam fastball on the outside of the fifth pitch.
In his last at-bat in the 7th inning, he hit a slider on the first pitch against right-hander Luke Jackson, but was out due to a ground ball to third base.메이저놀이터
Kim Ha-seong, who lost both his consecutive hitting and on-base records, collapsed his OPS of .800, which he maintained for 36 games from the game against the Pittsburgh Pirates on July 25 to the game against San Francisco on the 2nd. In the last 11 games, the OPS has also dropped as the number of extra-base hits has decreased noticeably with no home runs and only one double. There are clear signs of loss of strength towards the end of the season.
San Diego scored 6 runs with 4 home runs, won 12 times, and Snell was ranked 1st for the NL Cy Young Award.
In today’s game, San Diego won 6-1 over San Francisco. San Diego, which recently won two games in a row to reach 64 wins and 73 losses, continued its slim hope for fall baseball by finishing in 7th place, 6.5 games behind San Francisco and the Arizona Diamondbacks (70 wins, 66 losses), tied for 3rd place in the National League (NL) Wild Card.
Ha-Seong Kim was silent, but the batting line scored 6 runs with 4 home runs and took the win early. San Diego, which took the lead in the first inning with Juan Soto’s 27th solo shot of the season, took the lead in the second inning with two home runs thanks to Xander Bogaerts’ 16th solo shot of the season and Gary Sanchez’s 19th solo shot of the season. In the 6th inning, Garrett Cooper solidified the victory by hitting his 15th home run of the season with three runs.
San Diego starting pitcher Blake Snell pitched well, allowing 3 hits, 4 walks, 9 strikeouts, and no runs in 6 innings, earning his 12th win (9 losses) of the season. Snell, who threw a personal high of 113 pitches this season, had a top speed of 98.5 mph (158.5 km), an average of 96.7 mph (155.6 km), a four-seam fastball (54), a changeup (37), a curve (16), and a slider (6). threw.
Snell, who lowered his ERA from 2.60 to 2.50 and maintained first place in the NL, also surpassed 200 strikeouts (202). Following Spencer Stryder (Atlanta Braves, 236), he ranked second in the NL in this category, gaining an advantage in the Cy Young Award race.