‘Haseong-hyung, rest well’ Two Runpo Dubang → No mistakes in the infield, 2 wins in a row after beating the SD Yankees!

While San Diego Padres infielder Kim Ha-seong (26) was absent due to injury, the team won with two cannons.

San Diego won 5-1 in the 2023 Major League Baseball game against the New York Yankees held at Yankee Stadium in New York, USA on the 27th (Korean time). This resulted in a two-game winning streak. On the other hand, the Yankees fell into a three-game losing streak,

and Kim Ha-seong missed the game that day. because of the aftermath of the injury. In the game against the Washington Nationals the previous day (26th), in the first at-bat in the second inning when the team was trailing 0-1, his left knee was hit by a foul hit. Ha-seong Kim was unable to get up after collapsing from excruciating pain. He was replaced with the help of a trainer. In the process, his condition seemed so serious that he could not even put his left foot on his knee.

The results of the examination after the game were very fortunate. X-rays were taken and he came out with bruises.

Kim Ha-seong also said, “When I was hit by a ball for the first time, I thought the worst had happened. But fortunately, I heard that the test results were better than I expected. Fortunately, I heard that it was not a big injury. But at the time, it was very painful. I guess I’ll have to see it,” he said.

After a day, the condition was greatly improved. I went through normal training. However, he was missing from the starting lineup.

San Diego: Fernando Tatis Jr. (right fielder), Jake Cronenworth (2nd baseman), Juan Soto (left fielder), Xander Bogatz (shortstop), Rugnedo Odor (3rd baseman), Matt Carpenter (designated hitter), Brandon Dixon (first baseman) – Trent Grisham (center fielder) – Austin Nola (catcher).

Colleagues rallied In the midst of a tight pitching battle, he broke the balance in the fifth inning. In the second out, Cronenworth went on base with a ball that hit his body. Then Juan Soto fired the cannon. He hit Yankees starter Randy Vasquez’s 6th cutter and went over the right wall. It was a large home run with a distance of 432 feet (about 132 m).

San Diego, which succeeded in suppressing the baseline, ran further. In the sixth inning, lead batter Brandon Dixon stepped on first base with a ball that hit his body. However, the runner disappeared as he was caught in the pitcher check. However, opportunities continued as Austin Nola walked again and went on base. Here, Tatis Jr. pulled Ron Marinachio’s first pitch changeup properly. Season 8 issue. This home run was also a big one, flying 439 feet (133 m). The score was 4-0.

San Diego allowed a chase in the bottom of the 6th inning. Starter Joe Musgrove was hit with hits and doubles, putting him in a crisis with one out on first and third base. Anthony Rizzo was blocked with a grounder, but in the meantime, a runner on third base came home. He blocked the follow-up DJ Lemaheu and did not concede any additional points.

San Diego nailed it on their last offense. In the top of the ninth inning, Soto’s double from two outs and Bogatz’s infield hit led to Odo’s timely hits on first and third bases.

Starter Musgrove won his second win of the season with a good pitching of 6 hits, 6 strikeouts and 1 run in 6⅓ innings.스포츠토토

San Diego won 5-1 and maintained 4th place in the National League West with 24 wins and 27 losses.

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