Bumgarner hits 172km, Kim Ha-sung hits another record correction error
San Diego Padres Kim Ha-sung (27) added another hit with a record correction.
Kim Ha-sung started as the fifth batter and third baseman in a home game against the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 2022 Major League Baseball at Petco Park in San Diego, California, on the 23rd (Korea Standard Time) and got on base with an infield hit to third base in his first at-bat.
Kim Ha-sung, who met Arizona left-hander Madison Bumgarner in a chance with two outs and runners on first and second base, pulled a low cutter on his body for the fourth pitch in the ball count 1B-2S. a sharp hit head-on to the third baseman
The 107.2-mile (172.5 km/h) assault hit Arizona third baseman Josh Rojas’ glove and fell. Rojas fumbled without catching the ball, and his first record was a catch error.
However, the record was soon corrected due to an infield hit. Although it was the front of the third baseman, it was such a fast ball, and even if he caught the dropped ball and threw it to first base, it was not out timing.
This month alone, Kim Ha-sung recorded his third straight hit. In the game against the New York Mets on the 9th, a surprise bunt in the 4th inning was recorded as a sacrifice bunt and an opponent’s catch error, but it was corrected to a bunt hit a week later through an objection 파워볼사이트
In the game against Arizona on the 22nd, the left fielder’s catch error was changed to a double in the third inning. He hit Arizona left fielder Jordan Loughlow’s glove, but his batting speed was 101.3 miles (163 kilometers) and his batting average was .505 with a shooting angle of 20 degrees. Soon after, the record was corrected with an RBI double