Ha-seong Kim and Ji-man Choi of the “Korean Brothers” of the San Diego Padres of the American Professional Baseball Major League (MLB) started three games in a row together. Choi Ji-man, who only appeared as a designated hitter, started as a first baseman for the first time after the transfer, and neatly accepted the throw following the lake fee from third baseman Kim Ha-seong.
Ha-seong Kim and Ji-man Choi started as 3rd baseman with 1st batter and 1st baseman with 7th batter, respectively, in the Los Angeles Dodgers home game held at Petco Park in San Diego, California on the 7th (Korean time).메이저사이트
Kim Ha-seong continued the record march. Kim Ha-seong, who recorded 1 hit and 1 walk in 3 at-bats that day, recorded multiple hits in 14 consecutive games (two or more on base in one game) since the match against the Detroit Tigers on the 23rd of last month and 12 consecutive hits since the match against the Pittsburgh Pirates on the 25th of last month. His batting average rose slightly to 0.287, finishing ninth in the National League batting average.
At the end of the 3rd inning, behind 1-6, Kim Ha-seong, who took a walk after a full count game with 2 outs and 1st base, and in the 6th inning, 2 outs and 2 strikes, technically pumped a low curve on the 3rd pitch, breaking through between the shortstop and the 3rd baseman and in front of the left fielder. He hit a left-handed hit that rolled up to .
On the other hand, Choi Ji-man, who started in the third game after transferring from Pittsburgh, was silent with no hits in four at-bats. His batting average, which was exactly 20%, dropped to 0.190.
However, in defense, he did his part by reliably receiving Kim Ha-seong’s difficult throws twice. In the top of the 7th inning, Kim Ha-seong, who managed to catch Dodgers lead batter Chris Taylor’s assault ball, threw the ball vigorously to first base after turning 180 degrees. The next hitter, Enrique Hernandez, also headed to third base, and Ha-seong Kim, who caught the ball, threw a high and strong throw, and Ji-man Choi stretched his arm straight up to catch it and put it out.
San Diego lost 2-8 as veteran pitcher Rich Hill, who moved to the team with Choi Ji-man, shook with 4 hits and 6 runs in 3 innings.