‘3G consecutive no-hit’ Kim Ha-seong “It’s true that I have a bad feeling, I’m still practicing”

Ha-seong Kim of the San Diego Padres promised to escape the sluggish situation.

In an interview after winning a 1-0 home game against the Atlanta Braves held at Petco Park in San Diego, California on the 20th (Korean time), Kim Ha-seong looked back on the day’s game, saying, “I’m glad we won.”

Kim Ha-seong, who started second baseman 7 times that day, recorded no hits and 1 walk in 2 at-bats. He went on base for two days in a row following the previous day, but he was left with no hits in 10 at-bats in his three home games against Atlanta.

Today’s match was a little disappointing. He walked two innings but failed on a stolen base attempt. “The catcher threw well,” he said. I threw it in the direction I was running. He acknowledged the opposing catcher’s throw, saying, “I can’t help it.”

In the 7th inning, the ball was blocked by opposing shortstop Von Grissom’s lake rain and was out by a narrow margin. Regarding this, he said, “I can’t help it,” and swallowed regret, saying, “The opponent played a good defense, but I am the same.”

As he said, he showed a stable appearance in the second base defense that day. He said, “Since I can’t hit, I’m trying to focus more on what I can do on defense.”

Regarding manager Bob Melvin’s comment that “the second base defense looks comfortable,” he said, “It became more comfortable as I continued to go out. Adaptation is not over. Not bad,” he said positively.

The problem is the blow. Suffering from an extreme batting slump in this seven-game series at home, he said, “It is an excuse to blame the change in defensive position as the cause of the sluggish batting. It is true that I have a bad feeling. The condition is also not good. I guess I’ll have to find (feel) soon. I am also practicing hard.”먹튀검증

Arizona’s home stadium Chase Field (14 games batting average, 0.294 OPS, 0.934, 1 home run, 4 RBIs) is not bad, it might be helpful. When asked what he thought about this, he responded with “It should be good.”

Fernando Tatis Jr. and Joe Musgrove will return for this expedition. To become a ‘whole’ team. He said, “The team will become stronger because the key players are returning. It’s still early days, but we have to work hard to keep winning.”

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