Kershaw? what is difficult
Ha-seong Kim of the San Diego Padres in the US Major League rang the ‘living legend’ Clayton Kershaw (LA Dodgers).
On the 6th (Korean time), Kim Ha-seong started as the 7th and 2nd baseman in the home game against the Los Angeles Dodgers held at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA. Kim Ha-seong led the team to a 5-2 victory with a 3-on-base game, even getting two walks with a decisive hit at the right time. He stopped the Dodgers from attempting to win a six-game winning streak.
The first match of the season between the rival teams in the National League West Division. Ha-seong Kim faced Kershaw, who had a good start this season.
Kershaw, who had suffered severe ups and downs due to injuries in recent years, had an average ERA of 1.89 with 5 wins and 1 loss in 6 games before the game. Except for the loss of 4 runs in 6 innings against the Arizona Diamondbacks, which was the second appearance of the season, all 5 games recorded quality starts and won. He was on a 4-game winning streak recently.
Ha-sung Kim and San Diego defeated Kershaw. Ha-seong Kim’s first at-bat was disappointing. In the 2nd inning, the pitcher hit a double hit in the chance to first base safely. However, in the 4th inning, when both teams were facing 1-1, with no runners out, he stepped into his second at-bat and picked up a walk, raising his senses. He left a regret by failing to steal second base, but played a decisive role in the 5th inning.
Kim Ha-seong hit a timely hit with 1 RBI in the situation with 2 outs and bases loaded at the end of the 5th inning when the team was leading 3-1. In the ball count 1B2S situation, Kim Ha-seong hit Kershaw’s slider, and Dodgers shortstop Miguel Rojas threw himself but could not catch the ball. 1 RBI, infield hit. It was his 10th RBI of the season.메이저사이트
When the score gap widened to 3 points, the Dodgers dropped Kershaw and replaced the pitcher with Bickford. It was like Ha-seong Kim had beaten Kershaw. 4⅔innings, 8 hits (2 homers), 5 walks, 4 runs. It was the worst pitching of the season.
Kim Ha-seong, who was on the rise, went on base again with a walk in the 7th inning when he was leading 4-2, with 2 outs, 1st and 2nd bases. He slightly raised his season batting average to 2.27.
In addition to Kim Ha-seong, the returning Fernando Tatis Jr. also became the hero of the day by hitting home runs against Kershaw in the first and fifth innings in a row.
Unlike Kershaw, San Diego starter Darvish won his second win of the season with a good pitching of 6⅔ innings and 1 earned run.