The day before, there was another dubious call. Shaking his head in frustration, Kim Ha-seong (28, San Diego Padres) used the power of his bat to protest. For the second straight year, Kim moved closer to double-digit home runs. He is also well on his way to his first All-Star Game appearance.온라인바카라
Kim went 2-for-3 with a home run, two doubles, two RBIs and one run scored while batting seventh in the lineup against the Pittsburgh Pirates on 30 June at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.
After batting .385 (5-for-13) with one home run and four RBIs against Pittsburgh’s Bae Ji-hwan (24), Kim raised his average from .253 to .258 (24-for-64) in the Korean League.
San Diego’s batting order for the day was Fernando Tatis Jr. (designated hitter)-Juan Soto (left field)-Manny Machado (third base)-Zander Bogaerts (shortstop)-Jake Cronenwirth (first base)-Luged Odor (right field)-Kim Ha-Sung (second base)-Trent Grisham (centre field)-Austin Nola (catcher).
Pittsburgh’s batting order was Zack Swinski (centre field)-Andrew McCutchen (designated hitter)-Henry Davis (right field)-Carlos Santana (first base)-Conor Jo (left field)-Nick Gonzalez (shortstop)-Bae Ji-Hwan (second base)-Jared Triolo (third base)-Jason Delay (catcher). Coincidentally, Kim Ha-seong and Bae Ji-hwan were both batting seventh. The starting pitchers were San Diego’s Joe Musgrove and Pittsburgh’s Luis Ortiz.