San Diego Padres Kim Ha-seong (27) received applause from the crowd as he hustled without sparing his body in an American professional baseball Major League (MLB) demonstration game.
On the 24th (Korean time),스포츠토토Kim Ha-seong started as a second baseman and batted 6 times in an exhibition game against the Kansas City Royals held at the Peoria Sports Complex in Arizona, USA, and recorded 1 hit and 1 run in 3 at-bats.
After getting a hit, he succeeded in stealing second base and third base, and also scored by tagging up on the follow-up hitter’s sacrifice fly.
It is the first time in three games that Kim Ha-seong has hit in an exhibition game since he had three hits against the Colorado Rockies on the 17th. His exhibition batting average dropped from 0.389 to 0.350.
Kim Ha-seong, who took his first hitting opportunity in the second base chance without a hit at the end of the second inning, struck out three pitches to opponent starting right-hander Brady Singer and withdrew.
He threw a rather high ball on the 2nd strike, and was ruled a strike and withdrew from the plate.
He showed a disappointing appearance even in the attack at the end of the 4th inning, which was behind 1-2.
Kim Ha-seong struck out on a swing against left-hander Daniel Lynch, who had changed from the chance to first base safely, and withdrew.
He threw fouls in a row in a full count match, but was out after swinging in vain at a fastball that flew in the middle.
Kim Ha-seong, who had two RBI opportunities, took the lead in the bottom of the 6th inning with a 4-3 lead and hit a hit to quench his thirst.
He hit first base with a left-handed hit against Lynch. The missed ball landed in front of the left fielder.
Ha-seong Kim’s storm run began at this time.
He succeeded in stealing second base when the follow-up hitter, David Dahl, was at bat. He broke through the left-hander Lynch’s check and ran quickly to steal second base.
Kim Ha-seong did not stop. He attempted to steal third base, outwitting the opponent’s battery, and succeeded.
He attempted to tag up on Adam Engel’s sacrifice fly and even scored by stepping home.
Ha-seong Kim, who sprinted, stole home with a rough slide, and the crowd applauded Ha-seong Kim for his hustle play.
Kim Ha-seong, who scored with a brilliant running base play, ended the game by changing from defense to defense in the bottom of the 6th inning.