He stole five bases in four games, aiming for third base in second base, and even “suffering death” by a pickup play

Kim Ha-sung (San Diego Padres) just started running. He stole five bases in the recent four games. He is the undisputed No. 1 player in his team with 13 this season.

Kim Ha-sung played as the eighth hitter shortstop in the Major League Baseball away game against the Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, Ohio, on the 24th (Korea time), and recorded one hit in three times at bat, one walk, and two steals.

Kim Ha-sung, who drew a walk in his first at-bat in the second inning, struck out in the fourth inning.

Taking the first base with one out and a runner on the first base in the sixth inning, Kim stole second and third bases en masse. However, follow-up batter Kyle Higashioka struck out and failed to score a point.

With one out and no runners in the ninth inning, when the game was tying 4-4, Kim hit his fifth double of the season toward center field. However, he was caught in check by the pitcher when pinch hitter Luis Campusano was at bat, and attempted to steal third base but died a wild death. His team won the game in overtime, so his team could not afford to lose.

San Diego won 6-4 in the 10th inning with two runs on Fernando Tatis Jr.’s winning double and Jake Cronenworth’s sacrifice fly.토토사이트

Kim Ha-sung’s batting average rose slightly to 0.216.

Kim has five stolen bases in the last four games. With 13 in this season, he is faster than 38 in the last season.

Kim added one more walk on the day, making it 31 for this season. He is the No. 1 player in his team. He is much faster than the 75 he had last season. Thanks to the walk, his on-base percentage reached 0.335.