He failed to continue his multi-hit (two or more hits in a game) streak. Major League Baseball (MLB) San Diego Padres outfielder Kim Ha-seong tried to hit in back-to-back games but came up empty-handed.

San Diego played a home game against the Seattle Mariners at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA, on 7 July. Kim started at shortstop and batted first.

He did not reach base once on the day. He went 0-for-3, dropping his season batting average to 2-for-47 (44 hits in 178 at-bats) from 2-for-5.먹튀검증

He was retired on a grounder to third base in his first at-bat in the bottom of the first inning. He came back to the plate in the bottom of the third inning with runners on first and second and his team trailing 1-0.

Kim laid down a bunt in front of the pitcher and the two runners in front of him moved up a base. San Diego tied the game at 1-1 when pinch-hitter Fernando Tatis Jr. hit a grounder to first base, allowing third baseman Lugned O’Dowd to cross home plate.

That would be all the scoring for San Diego, however. Kim grounded out to second base in his third at-bat of the sixth inning and struck out in his final at-bat in the eighth.

The San Diego bats struggled to get to the Seattle mound, managing just four hits. They fell to Seattle, 1-4. The previous day (6 June), Kim had his 10th multi-hit game of the season against the Chicago Cubs at the same venue.

Seattle starter Logan Gilbert pitched seven innings of one-run ball to earn the win and improve to 4-3 on the season. San Diego starter Joe Musgrove pitched well, striking out eight and walking one in five innings, but did not get the win.

Bae Ji-hwan, who plays for the Pittsburgh Pirates, missed a home game against the Oakland Athletics on the same day. Pittsburgh saw its six-game winning streak come to a halt with a 2-11 loss to Oakland.

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