Kim Ha-sung of San Diego in the Major League Baseball shot his sixth home run of the season in about a month.
Kim Ha-sung, who got on base three times, played the role of the first batter and took the lead in escaping the team’s losing streak.
In the fourth inning with a 6-0 lead, Kim Ha-sung immediately hits the first ball thrown by the changed pitcher and reports his sixth solo shot of the season.
<Local Broadcast> “Kim Ha-sung crosses the fence without wasting time.” Give the team a 7-0 lead!”
Kim Ha-sung, who properly pulled the sinker on his body and tasted it in a month, shared his joy by taking pictures with his teammate Machado in the dugout.
Kim Ha-sung, who continued his hit streak for seven consecutive games, also faithfully played the role of the first batter with “eye baseball.”
Kim Ha-sung, who picked up a walk in the first inning, scored when Sanchez hit a three-run home run and walked again in the eighth inning to complete the third base game.
San Diego, which even hit Machado’s three-run home run, tied three cannons to win 10-0, preventing San Francisco from winning 11 consecutive games and escaping its third straight loss.
Kim Ha-sung, who is trying to break his batting career high this season, is approaching the first Korean player in defense.
Unlike last year, when he mainly played as a shortstop, Kim Ha-sung, who plays as a second baseman, is ranked first in the big leagues in terms of his contribution to winning only defense.
It is also ranked first in DRS, an indicator of how many runs it has prevented.
However, Kim Ha-sung failed to advance to the final vote for the All-Star Game, and Ohtani of the LA Angels confirmed his participation in the All-Star Game for the third consecutive year as the most voted in the American League.