One hit in three games at Colorado, and is on the verge of falling to the 10% level of batting average for the season

Kim Ha-sung (San Diego Padres)’ hitting sense has hardly risen.

Kim Ha-sung played as the eighth hitter shortstop in a home game against the Colorado Rockies of the U.S. Major League Baseball at Petco Park in San Diego, California, on the 16th (Korea time), and remained silent with no hits in three times at bat.

Kim Ha-sung hit Colorado left-handed starter Austin Gomber’s slider in his first at-bat in the bottom of the third inning to make a 159km/h fast hit, but was caught by right field.

In the second at-bat in the fifth inning, Kim was out after hitting an ordinary fly ball to right field. He hit a fastball of 155 kilometers per hour from right-handed bullpen Justin Lawrence, but ended up hitting a fly ball to right field again.

Kim Ha-sung’s batting average fell to 0.204, facing a fall of around 10%.

Kim had a batting average of 0.202 in April local time. He then posted only 0.171 in May.

Kim Ha-sung recorded a batting average of 0.237 and a 0.316, on-base percentage in 46 games since the opening last year.

He posted a batting average of 0.204 in 46 games this year, down 3 percent from the previous year. However, his on-base percentage was 0.319 — similar to last year’s. He thus garnered a lot of walks.

San Diego suffered a humiliating 0-8 defeat on the day, losing at home. Colorado, on the other hand, has won seven consecutive games.먹튀검증

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