Ha-seong Kim of the San Diego Padres, who broke the silence with a multi-hit, gave his impressions.
In an interview after losing the home game 0-1 to the Milwaukee Brewers held on the 17th (Korean time) at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA, Ha-seong Kim said, “It was no hit in 10 at-bats, but it’s time to come out.” looked back at
On this day, San Diego lost 0-1 after an empty ball, 스포츠토토but Kim Ha-seong played his part by hitting hits in the 4th and 9th innings.
He, who was sluggish with no hits in 10 at-bats and was excluded from starting two out of the last four games, said, “I felt good, but when I fell into the game, it got worse again. I lost my senses because I missed a day. It’s still early in the season and I’m paying attention to things like rhythm, balance and timing at the plate, but today I got lucky. I tried to hit aggressively, but one hit came out (again),” he said about the content of the game.
He continued, “I have a good feeling, but it gets worse, but as I went 10 at bats without a hit, I started to think a lot. Nori’s bat didn’t come out even when the ball came, so (the timing) was late. Today, I thought to swing it simply,” he continued.
Episode 9 was disappointing. He had an attacking opportunity with a left-handed hit from 2nd out and 1st base, and the next hitter, Austin Nola’s well-hit hit, narrowly missed the left foul line.
At the time, after confirming that it was a foul after running from second base to third base, he expressed regret. When I saw it here, I couldn’t see whether it was a foul or a pair.”
Coach Bob Melvin also expressed deep regret, saying, “Nola’s hit could have been a pair.”
It was a loss full of regret for San Diego. In the 3rd inning, starter Darvish Yu violated the number of pitching motions (2 times per at-bat) and allowed an additional base to advance, and then allowed one point with a stolen base and sacrifice fly, and this score became the final stroke. In the ninth inning, he created an opportunity to reach the bases loaded, but failed to call in a runner.
He gave up the game without being able to take advantage of the second bases loaded opportunity that followed, saying, “It was really a difference. The starter threw it like today, but I couldn’t win. In a pitching match like today, every little thing becomes more important than usual,” he said, expressing his regret about the game.