loses and Kim goes hitless

Manny Machado slams his helmet after striking out in the fourth inning

The San Diego Padres of Major League Baseball (MLB) were unlucky to have several well-hit

balls fall in their favor.

The Padres lost a 1-3 home game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Petco Park in San Diego,

California, U.S., 토토 on Tuesday (Sept. 18).

The Padres produced 15 “hard hits” – batted balls traveling at least 95 miles per hour (153 kilometers per hour) –

but only three were hit in front of the plate.

All three hits were hard hits, and 12 of the hard hits went for extra bases.

Arizona, on the other hand, had just seven hard hits, but scored on Tommy Pham’s two-run shot in the fourth inning. Gabriel Moreno’s solo shot in the fifth sealed the win.

Kim Ha-seong, who started at third base in the leadoff spot, 안전놀이터 was also silent, going hitless in four at-bats.

Kim’s 156-mile-per-hour fastball in the first inning was caught by the left fielder, and he was stranded at second

base with two outs in the third inning on a fly ball to left field.

With the score 1-3 in the fifth inning, he hit a 159-mile-per-hour fastball directly into the right-field corner.

In the eighth inning, he struck out on a 164 mph fastball from right-hander Justin Martinez, who was up to bat.

Defensively, however, he was able to help his team by holding down the hot corner.

In the fourth inning, he caught Kyle Lewis’ 138-mph fastball and in the ninth inning, with runners on second and first, he threw out Moreno at the plate to prevent a run from scoring.

Kim’s season batting average dropped from .284 to .281.

San Diego is currently in fourth place in the National League West.

Kim catches 스포츠토토 a hard-hit ball in the top of the ninth inning and throws to first base.

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