‘3G consecutive absences’ Kim Ha-seong… Coach Melvin said, “We haven’t found the cause of the stomachache, but he can return on the last day of Colorado’s three-game series.”
San Diego Padres Kim Ha-seong is expected to return to the starting lineup on the final day of the three-game series against Colorado.
San Diego won 2-0 in the 2023 Major League Baseball Colorado Rockies home game held at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA on the 20th (Korean time).
Ha-seong Kim was excluded from the starting lineup in this game as well. San Diego: The batting order was organized with Aigi Rosario (third baseman) in that order.
Ha-seong Kim missed three consecutive games. Director Bob Melvin said Ha-seong Kim was complaining of stomach pain. It was reported that he was in quite an uncomfortable state, and Kim Ha-seong said in a local interview, “I’ve been feeling the same way for several days,” and “It’s unfortunate that something like this happened at this point and I feel bad.”
The examination revealed that he did not have appendicitis, but the exact cause of the pain could not be found. On this day, Coach Melvin again reported on Kim Ha-seong’s condition.
Coach Melvin said he still hasn’t found the cause of the stomach pain, but said, “Ha-seong Kim has improved and there is a possibility that he will return to the lineup on the last day of the three-game series against Colorado.”
Ha-seong Kim is attempting to become the first Asian player in the Major League to reach records of 20 home runs and 40 stolen bases. He currently has 17 home runs and 36 stolen bases.
Also, if he adds three more home runs, he can join the 20 home runs and 20 stolen bases club, which is a symbol of the hot team in the big league. In the history of the San Diego team, no second baseman has set this record. If he adds 4 more stolen bases, he will become the second Asian major leaguer to steal 40 bases after Ichiro Suzuki.메이저사이트
With Kim Ha-seong missing, San Diego succeeded in winning six games in a row. Blake Snell, who started on this day, pitched 7 innings without giving up a single hit, allowing only 4 walks, striking out 10, and allowing no runs. However, starting from the 8th inning when the team was tied 0-0, the mound was handed over to Robert Suarez and the hunt for a win failed.
In the bottom of the 9th inning, Xander Bogaerts hit a walk-off 2-run home run.