Kim Ha-seong (28, San Diego Padres) did not participate in the demonstration game, but started to improve his sense of practice in the club’s own simulation game.
On the 26th (Korean time), San Diego won 6-2 with most of the key players including Kim Ha-seong missing in an exhibition game against the Chicago White Sox in the ‘2023 Major League Baseball’ held at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Arizona, USA.
Kim Ha-seong started as the 5th hitter and second baseman before the opening game against the Seattle Mariners on the 25th and checked his sense of practice. Expectations were raised as it was the first stage where they would collaborate with shortstop Xander Bogarts, who joined the team this year, for the first time in a keystone combination. Even as a second baseman, Ha-seong Kim performed a feat that captivated the local American relay team, but at bat only had no hits in two at-bats.
Due to the club’s consideration, I did not go on the White Sox road that day. San Diego made key players such as Kim Ha-seong, Bogatz, and Manny Machado play simulation games at the club’s training facility. Ha-seong Kim was reported to have batted against his teammate and ace Joe Musgrove. Before joining the World Baseball Classic (WBC) national team in 2023, Ha-seong Kim plans to watch as many balls as possible in his at-bat to enhance his hitting feeling. 온라인바카라
On this day, shortstop prospect Jackson Merrill and last year’s main second baseman Jake Cronenworth teamed up in a keystone combination. Merrill played as a substitute against Seattle on the 25th and recorded 3 hits in 3 at-bats, raising expectations, but on this day, he started as a shortstop with the 9th hitter and only had no hits in 2 at-bats. Cronenworth, who came in as the third batter and second baseman, recorded 1 hit and 1 RBI in 3 at-bats.
From the start, he tapped White Sox starting pitcher Lance Lynn to get the first run. Trent Grisham and Brandon Dixon’s consecutive hits allowed them to secure first and second base chances, and Cronenworth hit a timely hit in front of the left fielder to lead 1-0.
In the bottom of the second inning, San Diego starting pitcher Seth Lugo was hit. Musa allowed Gavin Sheets a tie for superiority at first base, making it 1-1.
San Diego went ahead again in the top of the fourth. After one out, David Dahl opened the door with a superior triple. In the next at-bat by Pedro Severino, Dahl scored on a wild throw from opposing pitcher Kendall Graveman to make it 2-1.
He scored an extra point until the end of the game and put a wedge in the victory. In the top of the 8th inning, Taylor Colway hit a timely hit to make it 3-1, and in the top of the 9th, Jose Ahsoka’s RBI, Evan Mendoza’s sacrifice fly, and Ahsoka’s home steal scored the score 6-1. distanced up to
In the bottom of the ninth, Michael Baes, who came on the mound as a closer, allowed Jake Burger to homer to the left, making the score 6-2, but was not pursued anymore.