Kim Ha-sung of the San Diego Padres led the team to victory. Kim Ha-sung started as the first third baseman in an away game against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado, on the 3rd, recording two hits, three runs and two walks in three at-bats. He batted .284 in the season.
The team also won 11-1. With the victory, he recorded 54 wins and 55 losses, one step closer to the 50% winning rate. 토토 Kim Ha-sung’s bat was sharp from the first inning. He hit a solo home run over the left fence against opposing starter Kyle Freeland. His 15th home run of the season.
San Diego continued to score, starting with Kim Ha-sung’s home run. In the third inning, Juan Soto crossed the right fence. Kim Ha-sung, who had walked on base, also stepped home. In the sixth inning, Gary Sanchez drew a solo arch. The attack exploded once again in the ninth inning. Leadoff hitter Sanchez hit a home run over the middle fence, Trent Grisham picked up a double and Kim Ha-sung picked up a walk.
Fernando Tatis Jr., who took over the baton, hit a three-run home run over the left fence to widen the gap to 8-1. The attack is not over. Jake Cronenworth’s double with two outs and runners on first and second base, and Sanchez’s two-run timely hit with two outs and runners on second and third bases made it 11-1. Sanchez recorded three hits, two runs and four RBIs in five at-bats.
San Diego played a bullpen game as Joe Musgrove, who was scheduled to start that day, canceled the mound due to shoulder pain. First runner Nick Martinez did a big job. He made the atmosphere by recording one hit, three strikeouts and no runs in three innings. Lakers also reduced bullpen consumption by blocking 21/3 innings, and newly joined Scott Barrow also showed good performance by scoring 12/3 innings without losing a point.