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Lee Jung-hoo is blanking out with a home run in front of him Proof of the FA Shortstop’s Maximum Language

The schedule for the four consecutive games between San Diego and San Francisco, which drew great attention due to the showdown between Kim Ha-sung and Lee Jung-hoo (26, San Francisco), ended with a general blank. The series, which also attracted attention with the return of San Diego’s coach Bob Melvin to Petco Park until last year, also drew attention as a “Melvin Series,” ended with two wins and two losses. San Diego won the final game of the four-game series between the two teams at Petco Park in San Diego, California, on the 1st (Korea time), 13-4 on the back of the explosion of the batters who smashed the opposing mound from the beginning of the game, and tied the entire series.

Kim Ha-sung continued to display stellar performance as he was the starting shortstop for the fifth time in this season and continued to occupy his place in this season. On the day, Kim had three hits (one homer) and one walk and three RBIs from four times at bat, enhancing his batting performance. His batting average for this season increased significantly from 0.167 to 0.273, and his on-base percentage also increased by nearly 1 percent in a single day from 0.273 to 0.370. He had no long hit before the game, but added a home run and a double on the day, bringing his slugging percentage to 0.455. His OPS, the sum of his on-base percentage and slugging percentage, rose sharply to 0.825.

Lee Jung-hoo, who gained momentum by hitting his first home run in the Major League the previous day, also showed his talent in front of his senior by scoring three walks on the day, but at least Kim Ha-sung was better in performance on the day. In other words, he established the pride of his senior in the Major League. When Lee Jung-hoo hit a home run the previous day, the sight of Kim Ha-sung responding with a home run the next day made many Korean fans’ hearts flutter. The first meeting between the two players ended like this, and the next showdown will return quite quickly. Lee Jung-hoo and Kim Ha-sung will change their venue to Oracle Park, San Francisco’s home stadium, starting on the 6th, and play three consecutive games.

◆ Lee Jung-hoo was also good at three walks… I really liked Kim Ha-sung. It’s proof of shortstop hitting home runs

The four consecutive games were held during the daytime, but the players were not physically fit as they were still in the early days of the season. The two teams had a head-on collision again on the day, mobilizing most of their elite lineup. San Diego Padres started Xander Bogaerts (second baseman), Fernando Tatis Jr. (right fielder), Jake Cronenworth (first baseman), Manny Machado (designated hitter), Kim Ha-sung (striker), Jurickson Profar (left fielder), Luis Campusano (catcher), Graeme Pauli (third baseman) and Jackson Merrill (center fielder). Only the third baseman has changed, but the rest of the players have remained the same.

The same was true for San Francisco. Starting with Lee Jung-hoo (middle fielder), Jorge Soler (designated hitter), Ramonte Wade Jr. (right fielder), Matt Chapman (third baseman), Wilmer Flores (first baseman), Michael Confoto (left fielder), Tyro Estrada (second baseman), Patrick Bailey (catcher) and Tyler Fitzgerald (striker) formed the starting lineup. Only shortstop Nick Ahmed was missing from the lineup.

Michael King of the San Diego Padres and Dalton Jeffries of the San Francisco Giants faced off each other. Notably, attention was paid to King’s pitching. When he traded with the New York Yankees during the offseason, Juan Soto was one of the players he received in exchange for giving up a big hit man with tears in his eyes.

Lee Jung-hoo first picked a walk and gained the upper hand. As the leadoff hitter in the first inning, Lee didn’t miss King’s ball being shaken from side to side, and preoccupied with 3B’s advantageous count before finally drawing a walk. However, when the follow-up hitter Soler grounded out to shortstop, Lee was out at the second base. When San Francisco failed to take advantage of the chance with no outs and a runner on the first base in the first inning, San Diego began its violent counterattack. The game was virtually over in the third inning, and Kim Ha-sung was at the center.

San Diego made it to second and third base with no outs by Fernando Tatis Jr. hitting a double in recognition following Xander Bogaerts’ error on base in the first inning. The catcher’s fastball came out here, and the third baseman homered, and Manny Machado’s timely double took a 2-0 lead with one out and third base. Kim Ha-sung, who entered the batter’s box here, continued his momentum by hitting a curveball that fell outward for the third pitch despite the unfavorable count of 2S, recording an infield hit to the third base. San Diego scored five runs in the first inning alone as Luis Campusano hit a three-run home run with two outs and runners on first and second bases.

San Diego’s offense power exploded in the second inning as well. Leadoff Jackson Merrill and Xander Bogaerts hit side-by-side, and Jake Cronenworth hit a timely double with runners at first and third bases with one out. With runners at first and third bases with two outs, Kim Ha-sung hit a critical three-run homer that made the game tilt toward the San Diego Padres. Jeffries’ changeup with his first pitch did not miss a mistake, and properly hit a three-run homer to make it 9-0 to the left-hand side. Petco Park turned upside down.

Lee Jung-hoo was the leadoff hitter in the third inning when his team was losing 0-9. When King’s ball control met Lee Jung-hoo, he shook up, and with the balls falling out in all directions again this time, Lee didn’t even move and walked. It was a perfect performance due to the leadoff. However, the follow-up hit failed, and Lee failed to step on the third base, and was dealt with an extra base again. Conversely, San Diego ran away to 12-0 in the third inning with Manny Machado hitting a timely two-run timely hit, with runners on first and second bases with no outs and leading to Jackson Merrill’s timely double and Xander Bogaerts’ walk. Kim Ha-sung then drew a walk and continued to get on base in all three of his at-bats on the day.

Lee also garnered a walk with one out and a runner on the first base in the fourth inning, showing off his perseverance at bat. He managed to hold out by making a foul at an unfavorable count of 1B-2S, and eventually garnered a walk, showing his persistence. It was the first game, three walks. However, San Francisco’s batters remained silent again this time, and Lee failed to step home. With the game already in a doldrums, San Francisco appointed Tyler Fitzgerald, a fielder, as its pitcher, but Kim Ha-sung had no mercy. He also had a double in the eighth inning to post Lee, resulting in three hits and completing the game on the fourth base

BY: 스포츠토토핫

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