Kim Ha-seong, 3 consecutive games with 1 hit against Milwaukee… The team lost 0-1

No hit in the 4th inning with a bullet-like hit… Batting average slightly increased to 0.227.

Kim Ha-seong (28), who plays for the San Diego Padres, continued his good mood with hits in three consecutive games.

Ha-seong Kim started as the fifth hitter and shortstop in the 2024 Major League Baseball (MLB) regular season visiting game against the Milwaukee Brewers held at American Family Field in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA on the 18th (Korean time) and hit 1 hit in 4 at-bats. 파워볼

With this, he continued his streak of being on base for 7 consecutive games since the game against the Chicago Cubs on the 10th, along with hitting in the last 3 consecutive games.

Kim Ha-seong’s season batting average slightly increased from 0.225 to 0.227 (17 hits in 75 at-bats).

In Ha-seong Kim’s first at-bat after two outs in the second inning, he hit Milwaukee starter Bryce Wilson’s body cutter and was out with a fly ball.

In his second at-bat in the 4th inning with 2 outs and 1 base on base, he hit Wilson’s cutter without missing and got on base with a single to left.

He hit a ball like a bullet with an exit speed of 102.5 miles per hour (about 165 km).

Kim Ha-seong’s hit put San Diego in scoring position, but the follow-up batter, Jackson Merrill, was out with an infield grounder and failed to score.

Kim Ha-seong, who took his third at-bat in the 7th inning with no outs and no outs in the game tied 0-0, was forced off with his second double play of the season.

Facing Milwaukee right-hand pitcher Elvis Peguero, Ha-seong Kim targeted a low slider on the second pitch, but the ball headed toward third baseman.

It was a double play that went from third baseman to second baseman to first baseman.

Kim Ha-seong, who took the last at-bat after two outs in the ninth inning when the game was tied 0-1, hit a well-hit ball toward center field, but it went straight toward center fielder Blake Perkins, becoming the last batter of the game.

San Diego lost 0-1 to Milwaukee.

San Diego starting pitcher Michael King continued his no-hit streak until the 7th inning with 2 outs, giving up 2 hits, 10 strikeouts, and 1 run in 7⅔ innings, but he did not receive support from the batting line and became the losing pitcher.

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