Kim Ha-seong Shines in Victory Over Ohtani: Complete Game Report | Star News

2023-07-06 03:52:01

Reporter Kim Dong-yoon of Star News | 2023.07.06 12:52

Ha-seong Kim high-fives his teammates at the dugout after scoring in the 7th inning against the Los Angeles Angels on the 5th (Korean time). /AFPBBNews=News1 Kim Ha-seong is delighted after throwing a throw to finish the game in the top of the 9th inning against the Los Angeles Angels on the 5th (Korean time). /AFPBBNews=News Kim Ha-seong (29, San Diego Padres) played a big role in stealing and scoring in the last game of the three-game series, winning a decision victory over Ohtani Shohei (29, LA Angels), who had no hits in 4 at-bats. Kim Ha-seong started as the first hitter and shortstop in the 2023 Major League home game against the Los Angeles Angels held at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA on the 6th (Korean time) and recorded no hits, 2 walks, 2 runs and 1 base in 3 at-bats.

His hitting streak was broken in four games, and his batting average went down from 0.257 to 0.254. However, he picked up two walks and continued his 7-game on-base streak, raising his on-base percentage from 0.344 to 0.345. In addition, Kim Ha-seong contributed to the team’s victory by helping the team tie the score with his 15th steal of the season.

On the other hand, Ohtani could not pass one batted ball to the outfield that day. Ohtani, who had no hits throughout the three consecutive matches against San Diego, including no hits in four at-bats, broke the .300 batting average with a season batting average of 0.296 and an OPS (on base percentage + slugging percentage) of 1.033.

Thanks to starting pitcher Seth Lugo’s quality start pitching, 6 innings, 1 run, Fernando Tatis Jr.’s 3 hits, and Manny Machado’s home run, San Diego won 5-3 and swept the Los Angeles Angels, sprinting for 3 consecutive wins. At the same time, he maintained 4th place in the National League West Division with 41 wins and 46 losses, taking one step closer to a 50% win rate.

The Los Angeles Angels, who suffered three consecutive losses, recorded 45 wins and 44 losses, placing them 7 games behind the Texas Rangers (51 wins and 36 losses), who ranked first in the American League West.

Ha-seong Kim hit 7G in a row with snowballing ‘to score on stolen bases’, complete victory over Ohtani in ‘Series 10 at-bats no hits’

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Kim Ha-seong is sliding home. /AFPBBNews=News 1 Shohei Ohtani hits a ground ball in the game against San Diego on the 6th (Korean time). The result was a grounder out on second base. /AFPBBNews=News 1 Kim Ha-seong, who stepped down with a shortstop grounder in the first at-bat, came out as the lead batter in the second at-bat and scored a walk this time. It was crucial that he picked out Sandoval’s first pitch and the last high ball. Afterwards, he succeeded in stealing second base and advanced to third base on Juan Soto’s ground ball. When Machado’s right-handed hit hit home, the score was tied 2-2. Kim Ha-seong, who struck out a ground ball to third baseman in the 5th inning and a swing miss in the 7th, showed off his presence with snow baseball again in the 8th inning, where San Diego led 4-3 with two outs. He was put on an unfavorable ball count of 2 strikes 0 balls as he watched his first two pitches against Chris Devensky. However, as he picked off four balls in a row, he advanced to first base on a walk and paved the way for an extra run with this walk. He advanced to second base on Tatis Jr.’s heavy hit and homered on back-to-back walks by Soto and Machado. San Diego’s 5-3 lead.

Unlike Kim Ha-seong, who contributed to the team’s victory with his first base and runners despite no hits, Ohtani was silent as his balls hit the infield in 4 consecutive at-bats. On this day, there was not even a steady hit of more than 95 mph. In three consecutive at-bats, it was just an ordinary second-base ground ball, and the last at-bat in the eighth inning also touched Tom Cosgrove’s outside low ball and retired as a third baseman pop-fly. San Diego concentrated on the outer low course, which has recently been pointed out as Ohtani’s weakness, and tied the player of the month for June.

The first confrontation between Korea and Japan this year, which attracted the attention of both Korean and Japanese baseball fans, ended with Kim Ha-seong’s complete victory. Kim Ha-seong contributed to San Diego’s 3-game winning streak with 2 hits, 4 walks, 2 runs and 1 steal in 12 at-bats. On the other hand, Ohtani was silent as a hitter with no hits in 10 at-bats, 2 walks, and 2 strikeouts, and even though he took the mound as a pitcher the previous day (5th), he collapsed with 7 hits (2 homers), 4 walks, 5 strikeouts and 5 runs in 5 innings, his 4th loss (7 wins) of the season. recorded, and lost face.

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LAA, who skipped Soto’s ‘Series 9 at-bats and 1 hit’ and chose ‘all at-bat home runs’, but the main character was the referee, Jerry Lane.

Manny Machado hits a solo shot in the bottom of the 6th inning against the Los Angeles Angels on the 6th (Korean time). The eighth ball (yellow square) appeared to be in the strike zone on the relay screen, but referee Jerry Lane declared it a ball. In the end, Los Angeles Angels manager Phil Nevin was ejected after protesting the ball decision. /AFPBBNews=News 1 Los Angeles Angels manager Phil Nevin (right) protests against the ball decision to referee Jerry Lane in the game against San Diego on the 6th. /AFPBBNews=News 1 On this day, the game flowed tight from the beginning, exchanging General Meng-gun. In the bottom of the first inning, Tatis Jr., Soto, and Bogatz walked with two bases loaded, and Sandoval made a throwing error while trying to check Tatis Jr., and San Diego won the first run. The Los Angeles Angels also tied the game 1-1 somewhat pointlessly as right fielder Tatis Jr. caught Luis Lenhipo’s batted ball from 2nd and 1st and 2nd base and dropped the ball during the throwing process. In the beginning of the 3rd inning, Joe Adele’s batted ball from 2nd out and 3rd base became an irregular bounce in front of Machado, resulting in a 1-run double and a 2-1 turnaround. However, San Diego tied the score at 2-2 again in the 3rd inning with Kim Ha-sung’s walk, stolen base, and Macha-do’s timely hit.

San Diego starter Lugo did not allow additional runs until the 6th inning, giving up 5 hits, 1 walk, 6 strikeouts and 2 runs (1 earned), and was replaced by Nick Martinez in the 7th inning and withdrew. In the bottom of the 6th inning, Machado’s come-from-behind solo shot made him eligible for the winning pitcher, but in the top of the 7th, Martinez allowed Matt Ties to score a tying solo shot in the middle of the pitch, and Lugo lost his 3rd win of the season.

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The winning point was the bottom of the 7th inning. When Tatis Jr. advanced to the base with a double, Los Angeles Angels manager Phil Nevin chose Machado, who hit a home run in all at-bats, omitting Soto, who was 1 hit in 9 at-bats, with 4 pitches on purpose. Jacob Webb seemed to strike out Machado by throwing a ball low in the strike zone at the end of a full count match, but referee Jerry Lane ruled the ball and the bases were loaded with one out.

Coach Nevin, who had been patient for the moment, eventually exploded and was sent off after protesting to the referee. At this time, referee Lane made a strike judgment that could be seen as a compensation judgment in Bogatz’s at-bat, which became more controversial. Cobb once again went to base with an intentional 4th pitch to Cronenworth, caught Gary Sanchez with a free ball and passed it without a run, but was not helped by the LA Angels lineup.

Machado also contributed to the score by picking out a walk in the last at-bat in the 8th inning, and fulfilled his role as captain with 2 hits (1 home run), 2 walks, 3 RBIs and 1 run in 3 at-bats that day. Meanwhile, LA Angels’ third pitcher Webb took his first loss of the season with 1 hit, 3 walks, 1 strikeout and 1 run in 1 inning due to the referee’s back and forth decision.

July 6 San Diego-LA Angels Starting Lineup

San Diego: Ha-Sung Kim (Shortstop) – Fernando Tatis Jr. (Right Field) – Juan Soto (Left Field) – Manny Machado (Third Base) – Xander Bogaerts (DH) – Jake Cronenworth (Second Base) – Gary Sanchez (Catcher) – Brandon Dixon (1st base) – Trent Grisham (center field). Starting pitcher Seth Lugo.

Los Angeles Angels: Mickey Moniak (center fielder), Eduardo Escobar (third baseman), Shohei Ohtani (designated hitter), Joe Adele (left fielder), Mike Moustakas (first baseman), Hunter Renfro (right fielder), Matt Theis (catcher) -Louiseng Lenghipo (2nd baseman)-Andrew Bellisquez (shortstop). The starting pitcher is Patrick Sandoval.

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