Kim Ha-seong (28, San Diego) came in as a pinch hitter and scored a crucial run with his quick feet, but his team lost.
Kim Ha-seong came in as a pinch-hitter against Colorado at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado, U.S., on Dec. 12 and did not get a hit but scored a run.
Kim, who started the game on one 먹튀검증 day’s rest after giving up a double to Luged Odor, pinch-hit for Colorado in the top of the sixth inning when the Rockies changed pitchers to left-hander Brad Hand. He retired the side on an infield fly.
Kim came to the plate again in the top of the ninth with the score tied 3-3. He drew a walk against sidearm Justin Lawrence and moved to third on Matt Carpenter’s single to right to make it 1-3. After a failed bunt put runners on second and third, Kim charged home on a wild pitch from Fernando Tatis Jr. to make it 4-3. It looked like the Dodgers were going to score the game-winning run again.
But in the bottom of the ninth, San Diego gave up a solo home run to Ryan McMan to tie the game again at 4-4. When the game resumed after a rain delay of nearly 40 minutes, San Diego gave up a solo home run to Nolan Jones in the bottom of the second inning to give the Padres a 4-5 deficit and the game-ending loss.