Ha-seong Kim steals season 5 base in MLB Mexico Tour game

was silent in the first game of the world tour outside the United States.

Kim Ha-seong 메이저사이트played as second baseman, batting 7, in the first game of the US Professional Baseball Major League (MLB) World Tour Mexico Series, which was played as a home game by calling the San Francisco Giants to Mexico City’s Estadio Alfredo Arp Eluro on the 30th (Korean time) and walked. 1 and recorded his 5th stolen base of the season.

In the rest of the at-bats, he went 4 at-bats without a hit, and Kim Ha-seong’s season batting average dropped to 0.209 (18 hits in 86 at-bats).

Shortstop grounder (2 times), strikeout (3 times, 5 times), shortstop infield fly (6 times), Kim Ha-seong, who stepped down, stole second base as soon as he chose to walk as the lead batter at the end of the 8th inning.

Ha-seong Kim stepped home when Trent Grisham’s double hit followed.

The game ended with San Diego winning 16-11.

At Estadio Alfredo Arp Elu, a Mexico City baseball stadium built at 2,240m above sea level, which is higher than Coors Field in Denver, Colorado, USA (approximately 1,609m), which is famous as a hitter’s paradise in MLB, the ball jumped over the fence as soon as it floated and the two teams hit hard. waged a battle

San Diego had 17 hits and San Francisco had 13 each. 11 of 30 hits by both teams were home runs.

In San Diego, Nelson Cruz, Juan Soto, Sander Bohartz (1 point), and Fernando Tatis Jr. (2 points), led by Manny Machado, who hit a solo home run and a two-run arch, showed thrilling touches.

San Francisco also hit 5 home runs, but lost to San Diego in destructive power.

Under the banner of ‘globalization of baseball’, MLB will hold two regular league world tours this year in Mexico City and London, England.

San Diego and San Francisco will play the second game at the same venue on May 1st.

In London, the St. Louis Cardinals and the Chicago Cubs will face off on June 24-25.

Meanwhile, Korean hitter Bae Ji-hwan of the Pittsburgh Pirates played in all away games against the Washington Nationals with a double header.

In the first game, he came out as the 8th batter in center field and opened up a chance to get the bases loaded with a bunt hit in front of the witty pitcher in the 8th inning with no outs and a 4-3 lead on 1st and 2nd base. Pittsburgh tied a push walk and sacrifice fly in this chance to add two points and win 6-3.

In the second game, Bae Ji-hwan entered the game as a substitute during defense in the bottom of the 8th inning and finished the game without a hit in one at-bat. Bae Ji-hwan’s batting average, which went 1-for-5 in the two games, fell slightly to 0.250.