Kim Ha-seong (28, San Diego Padres), who has recently been showing off an amazing bat, hit a double that became the stepping stone to a tie following a home run.

San Diego played an away game against the Philadelphia Phillies on the 17th (Korean time) at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.카지노

On this day, Kim Ha-seong started as San Diego’s first and second baseman and hit Philadelphia starting pitcher Jack Wheeler with the first run over the left fence in the first inning.

This was Kim Ha-sung’s 11th home run of the season and his first home run in the second half. Ha-seong Kim scooped up Wheeler’s 5-ball, 86.1 mile sweeper, which fell low, and crossed the fence.

With this, Kim Ha-seong recorded on-base in all 11 games held this month. If you add the previous record, it is a streak of 13 consecutive games.

Afterwards, Kim Ha-seong hit Gregory Soto with a double in the left field in the 8th inning, behind 3-5 and with no runners. 2 long hits in 1 game.

Kim Ha-seong, who created the chance, stepped home when Fernando Tatis Jr.’s two RBIs were timely. San Diego tied the game 5-5 with this timely hit.

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