The San Diego Padres and the White Sox tied the game 1-1.

San Francisco Giants Lee Jung-hoo and San Diego Padres Kim Ha-sung, who boasted their highest batting sense, were both silent in the exhibition game.

Lee Jung-hoo played as the first batter in a home game against the Oakland Athletics in the 2024 Major League Baseball at Scottsdale Stadium in Arizona, the U.S., but failed to garner a hit. San Francisco beat Oakland 5-1.

Lee Jung-hoo, who played center field as the first batter, hit the first pitch of opposing pitcher Kyle Miller in the bottom of the first inning, but was grounded out to the first baseman, and was the first batter in the bottom of the third inning as well, and ended the at-bat by hitting a line drive-out to center field. He was out in the bottom of the fourth inning with a fly ball to shortstop, and was replaced in the top of the sixth inning with a defense.

It is the first time that Lee, who played in six games, finished the game without a hit. Lee’s batting average fell to 0.375 (six hits in 16 times at bat).

Kim Ha-sung, who returned after taking a break from back pain on the same day, also went 0 for 3 with no hits. Kim Ha-sung played as the fifth hitter at shortstop in a game against the Chicago White Sox at Peoria Stadium in Arizona, but failed to produce a hit.

In the bottom of the first inning when he had a chance to score, Kim met Michael Soroka, the opposing pitcher with two outs and a runner on the third base, and struck out. He then struck out in the bottom of the fourth and bottom of the sixth innings, and entered the dugout when he was defending in the top of the seventh inning. Kim’s batting average also dropped to 0.333 (six hits from 18 times at bat). 안전놀이터

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