‘I was excited for a moment for no reason’ Kim Ha-seong’s SD fails for 9 consecutive wins… Now, fall baseball is ‘really goodbye’

 I can’t believe I made my heart flutter for no reason and then lost like this…

Kim Ha-seong did his best. He got on base hard, picking up three walks, and created chances. However, the team failed in its attempt to win 9 games in a row. The expectations for fall baseball, which I had ‘just in case’, collapsed in an instant.카지노

The U.S. Major League Baseball San Diego Padres lost 2 to 5 in overtime in a home game against the St. Louis Cardinals held at Petco Park on the 24th (Korean time). San Diego, which had been on an 8-game winning streak until the previous day and was aiming for a ‘miraculous comeback’ in fall baseball, was hit with cold water by losing on this day.

Attention was drawn to the game because it was San Diego’s attempt at a 9-game winning streak, and because it was a game in which two Korean big leaguers started at the same time. Kim Ha-seong, who was freed from unexplained abdominal pain, and Choi Ji-man, who has recently been given the opportunity, started as No. 6 – second baseman and No. 7 – first baseman, respectively.

Ha-Seong Kim played his role. He didn’t have a hit, but he did walk three. On the other hand, Ji-Man Choi was silent with no hits in two at-bats and was replaced during the game.

The two retired with a hit in the bottom of the second inning. Same thing in the 4th episode.

However, Ha-seong Kim got his first walk of the day in his third at-bat in the 6th inning. It would have been nice if Choi Ji-man had taken advantage of the opportunity, but due to poor performance in the first two at-bats, San Diego sent out pinch hitter Cooper.

Ha-seong Kim, who remained alone in the lineup, walked once again in the bottom of the 8th inning. There were also some disappointing scenes here. Out as a checker. Since it was a 1-2 situation with 2 outs and 1 run behind, it was the right time to try to steal a base, but the opponent’s plan was overlooked.

Fortunately, San Diego dramatically tied the game in the bottom of the 9th inning, sending the game into overtime. Ha-seong Kim walked to first base again with an intentional fourth pitch in the bottom of the 10th inning. Campusano, who appeared earlier, hit a fatal double play and the situation was full of steam. The opposing battery cheered as they selected Rosario and struck out Kim Ha-seong.

San Diego collapsed in the top of the 11th inning, giving up 3 runs to the opponent. 2-5 loss. With the 8 consecutive wins recorded the previous day, the gap over the 3rd place Chicago Cubs in the National League Wild Card was reduced to 4 games. It made San Diego fans excited for a moment. It was impossible to predict what would happen if the winning streak continued. However, they lost in overtime and the possibility of playing fall baseball is almost gone. There were 7 games remaining, and the lead against the Cubs was 5 games. The Cubs defeated the Colorado Rockies that day.

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