Kim Ha-seong (28, San Diego Padres), who struck out three times without a hit in the last game, hit the fastball of ‘Mustache Young-gun’ and made a hit.
San Diego played an away game against the Atlanta Braves on the 7th (hereinafter Korean time) at True East Park in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. 스포츠토토
On this day, Ha-seong Kim came out as San Diego’s ninth and second baseman. Ha-seong Kim faced Atlanta starting pitcher Spencer Strider and struck out on a slider in the first at-bat in the third inning.
However, in the 5th inning, behind 3-4 and no runners, Kim Ha-seong hit Strider’s 97-mile (156.1 km) inside four-seam fastball and hit the left fielder.
With this, Kim Ha-seong recorded his first career home run and hit again in two games after the game on the 4th that drew the first arch of the season.
In particular, Kim Ha-seong, who has been weak against fast balls of 95 mph or more, is more pleased with the hit made by hitting 97 mph.
Afterwards, Kim Ha-seong advanced to second base with Juan Soto’s walk in the first base situation, but Manny Machado and Xander Bogatz withdrew with consecutive hits and could not score.