Kim Ha-seong, even with a pinch hit, scored a decisive goal… but the team lost in the end

Kim Ha-seong (28, San Diego) played as a pinch hitter and scored the decisive goal with quick feet, but the team lost.스포츠토토

Kim Ha-seong played as a pinch hitter in an away game against Colorado held at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado on the 12th, and scored a run despite not getting a hit.

On this day, Kim Ha-seong, who started the game after giving up second baseman to Lougned O’Doer and taking a day off, came out as a pinch hitter after Colorado replaced the pitcher with left-hander Brad Hand in the top of the 6th inning. He retired with a fly to center field.

Ha-seong Kim stood at bat again after one death in the top of the ninth inning, where he faced 3-3. He went on base with a walk against Justin Lawrence on the sidearm, and when Matt Carpenter hit to the right, he ran to third base and made one out, first and third base. Following a bunt failure, Kim Ha-seong rushed home immediately after Fernando Tatis Jr.’s wild throw at bat in the 2nd and 1st and 3rd bases, breaking the balance with a score of 4-3. It seemed like the final goal was scored again following the previous day.

However, in the bottom of the ninth, San Diego gave up a solo home run to Ryan McMahon, allowing the score to be tied 4-4 again. In the game, which resumed after being suspended due to rain for about 40 minutes, pitcher Brent Honeywell gave up a solo home run to Nolan Jones after two deaths, and San Diego lost 4-5, ending the game.