Kim Ha-seong (28, San Diego Padres), who recently achieved 6 consecutive hits, 9 consecutive on-base, and 8 consecutive multi-on-base, left due to an injury during base play.
San Diego had a home game against the Texas Rangers on the 31st (Korean time) at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA.
Kim Ha-seong, who started as San Diego’s first and second baseman that day, got on base with a walk from Texas starter Cody Bradford in the first at-bat in the first inning. 9 consecutive games on base.
Ha-seong Kim then hit Bradford with an infield hit to the shortstop in the second at-bat in the third inning. 6 consecutive hits and 8 consecutive multi-on-base.
Later, Ha-seong Kim injures his right shoulder in the process of avoiding the catcher’s tag while digging home during the follow-up Zander Bogatz’s sacrifice fly.
Kim Ha-seong complained of pain in his right shoulder, but after sliding, he showed himself taking a groove again with his hand. The referee’s decision was safe.
But he couldn’t avoid being replaced. Kim Ha-seong was replaced by Matthew Batten in the 4th inning defense and withdrew from the game. The prospect of getting a checkup on his right shoulder right away.
Kim Ha-seong, who recorded multiple on-base and first points, recorded a batting average of 0.279, 14 home runs, 39 RBIs, 57 runs, 93 hits, and an on-base percentage of 0.374 OPS of 0.821 in 101 games of the season.
San Diego kept the first score made by Kim Ha-sung’s hustle play until the end. Blake Snell’s 5 innings and 1 run (unlawful) led to a 5-3 victory.안전놀이터
Snell won his 8th win of the season and lowered his season ERA to 2.50. As a result, Snell’s chances of winning a second Cy Young Award are getting higher and higher.
Kim Ha-seong always boasted of the body of a golden river. He also consistently participated in many games in the Korean Professional Baseball KBO League. It seems that this injury will also be overcome easily.