The San Diego Padres fell into a slump after losing two games in a row.
On the 18th (Korean time), SD was shut out 2-0 in the first round of three games against the Atlanta Braves, who are on a steep winning streak at Petco Park. It is a back-to-back defeat following the 1-0 win against the Milwaukee Brewers the previous day. 6th second baseman Kim Ha-seong only struck out 1 hit in 4 at-bats.
SD won 3 wins and 1 loss in the last 4 consecutive series away from Atlanta and showed an advantage between the teams. However, after losing 3 games in a row against SD, Atlanta took center stage and is flying high with a 7-game winning streak thanks to a shutout on the day. Season 13 wins and 4 losses.
Atlanta Max Fried (1 win, 1.08) – Ryan Weathers (1 win, 1 loss, 2.81) The starting matchup between the two lefties was split in the first inning. Atlanta’s No. 3 right-handed hitter Austin Riley put Weathers’ breaking ball into the left stand of Petco Park. Season 4 two-run home run.
Both teams had a tight pitching battle with Atlanta 7-6 in hits. Fried marked the first win of the season and 1.08 with 4 hits and 4 strikeouts in 5 innings. Weathers threw 6 innings, the most since his debut, and tasted a loss (1 win, 1 loss, 2.81) with 6 hits, 2 runs, 5 strikeouts and 2 runs. 먹튀검증
The SD lineup failed to target Atlanta starter Freed and three reliever pitchers. In the top 8th inning, trailing 0-2, he got a chance to score. Manny Machado withdrew from 1 out 1 and 2 base with a hit by Zander Bogatz and a walk by Juan Soto, and failed to break the streak of 0. SD is scoreless in 18 consecutive innings following the previous day.
Kim Ha-seong was out with a grounder to third base that broke the bat in the second inning, a grounder to third base in the fourth inning, a strikeout in the seventh, and a fly to right field in the ninth. The previous day, he was unable to continue the reversal of his multi-hit streak, and his batting average dropped to 0.238 with no hits.
SD, which has collapsed with 8 wins and 10 losses in the season, is waiting for Fernando Tatis Jr.’s 80 game suspension to expire on the 21st, so he can play on the 22nd.
Tatis Jr. completed all of the games to prepare for his return to the minor leagues and trained with his teammates before the game at Petco Park. In eight Triple A games, he recorded a batting average of 0.515, an on-base percentage of 0.590, and an OPS of 1.212. In particular, in his last three games, he showed off the power of 11 hits and 6 home runs in 16 at-bats.