SD Kim Ha-sung took the most 10 mistakes in his personal season with two bad pitches against Milwaukee

Kim Ha-sung started the game against the Milwaukee Brewers in the 2024 Major League Baseball at Petco Park in San Diego, California on the 22nd (Korea Standard Time) and recorded one hit in four at-bats.

Kim Ha-sung, who had no hit in two consecutive games since the game against the Philadelphia Phillies on the 28th, added a hit in three games. His batting average for this season rose slightly to 0.215. 스포츠토토사이트

In general, however, it was a regrettable game. Kim Ha-sung made two errors in defense.

With this, Kim Ha-sung made 10 mistakes in the season. This is the first time this year that Kim Ha-sung, who entered the Major League in 2021, recorded double-digit errors in a single season. Eight errors in 2022 were the most by individuals, and last year, when he received the Gold Glove in the National League utility category, he recorded only seven errors across second, shortstop, and third base.

Kim Ha-sung faced his first at-bat in the bottom of the second inning with one out and runners on first and second bases when his team took a point first.

Against Milwaukee starter Colin Leah, Kim Ha-sung was caught in a countdown of two strikes, and tried to hit the third ball, but headed straight to the second base. Eventually, he recorded a double play that led to second baseman, shortstop, and first baseman. Kim Ha-sung’s seventh double play of the season.

After the double play, the defense also showed a regretful scene. In the top of the fifth inning, Kim Ha-sung caught Jackson Churio’s difficult ground ball toward shortstop with one out and second base, and threw it to the first base, but it became a bad pitch. Churio was given an infield hit, but Kim Ha-sung’s throwing error led the runner on second base to third base. San Diego was upset by allowing four runs in this inning.

Kim Ha-sung, who stepped down with an infield fly ball in the second at-bat in the bottom of the fifth inning, saved the chance by hitting a right-handed hit with two outs and a first base in the bottom of the sixth inning when his team succeeded in turning the tables 5-4. Later, Kyle Higashioka’s walk loaded the bases, but Luis Aras stepped down as a mistake and failed to lead to an additional score.

However, Kim Ha-seong made another mistake in the top of the seventh inning. Kim Ha-seong, who caught Sal Frelik’s ground ball to the shortstop with one out and runners on the first and second bases, stepped on the base himself and threw the ball to the first base, aiming for double play. However, the throw missed again this time, and the runner who was heading to the third base in the meantime stepped on the groove. It was a regrettable error that led to a 5-5 tie.

Kim Ha-sung hit a ground ball to the second base with one out at the bottom of the seventh inning when his team was leading 7-5. At this time, all runners lived as Milwaukee second baseman Bryce Turang, who defended forward, failed to catch it. The third baseman homered to make it 8-5, but the RBI did not go up to Kim Ha-sung.

Meanwhile, the San Diego Padres came from behind to win the game 9-5. Jake Cronenworth, the cleanup hitter, had five hits, four runs and two RBIs from five times at bat, and Manny Macha, the fifth hitter, also had four hits from five times at bat.

San Diego, which has won three consecutive games, returned to its .500 winning percentage with 40 wins and 40 losses this season, tied for second place in the National League West with the Arizona Diamondbacks (38 wins and 38 losses).

Milwaukee, the leader of the National League Central, lost two consecutive games to 44-32.

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