Kim Ha-sung’s batting average fell by 10 percent in 6 games

Kim Ha-sung’s batting average fell by 10 percent in 6 games and 18 at-bats

Kim Ha-sung

Kim Ha-sung (27, San Diego) helped the team win with two walks and one RBI. However, he failed to record hits in six consecutive games and his batting average fell to around 10%.

Kim Ha-sung started as the seventh batter and shortstop in the 2022 Major League home game against the Chicago Cubs at Petco Park in San Diego, California, on the 11th (Korea Standard Time), and recorded two at-bats, two walks, one strikeout, and one RBI. His batting average dropped from 0.203 to 0.197.

Kim Ha-sung showed the essence of snow baseball from his first at-bat. Kim Ha-sung, who entered the bottom of the first inning with two outs and a full base with a 1-0 lead by San Diego, endured until the end even though opposing starter Wade Miley persistently aimed at his body. In the end, he walked out on a walk after a seven-ball game and recorded an RBI single.

In his second at-bat in the third inning, he got on base with a walk after an eight-ball game. Austin Nola advanced to third base when he hit a timely come-from-behind RBI single in the middle, but failed to score due to a failure to follow-up.

After Miley went down, the bat was silent. In the fifth inning, he grounded out to third base against Robert Gesselman and struck out three pitches by Michael Gibbons in the seventh. The last ball was a four-seam fastball that came into the middle, adding to the regret 안전놀이터

As a result, Kim Ha-sung has continued his no-hit streak in 18 at-bats since the match against Miami on the 6th. His batting average of 0.259 and OPS 885 fell to OPS 0.717.

San Diego’s starter Mike Clebinger collapsed with six hits (one home run) and two walks, six strikeouts and three runs (two earned runs) in 4이닝 innings, but relievers continued their scoreless streak, contributing to the team’s 5-4 win. In the batting line, Jake Cronenworth, who has three hits in five at-bats, played evenly, with Jurickson Profa and Eric Hosmer recording multi-hits.

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