The San Diego Padres took one more step toward the brink of despair. Kim Ha-seong tried to stop this, but to no avail.
San Diego lost 6-10 in an away game against the Milwaukee Brewers held at American Family Field in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on the 28th (Korean time).
With this loss, the Milwaukee expedition was swept in three consecutive matches and recorded 61 wins and 70 losses. Milwaukee, the leader in the central division of the National League, has 73 wins and 57 losses.
Kim Ha-seong, who started as the first shortstop, recorded no hits, 1 run, 2 walks and 1 strikeout in 3 at-bats. He dropped his season batting average to 0.274. After a walk in the first inning, he homered on Manny Machado’s shortstop grounder on first out and third base.
San Diego set the mood by running away 4-1 with Ha-sung Kim scoring in the first inning and home runs by Gary Sanchez and Matthew Barten in the second inning.
The mood changed in an instant in the bottom of the 6th inning. He allowed 7 runs in only 6 innings.
Starter Michael Waka, who had been throwing well, allowed a hit and a walk after one out, and then got ripped off. Stephen Wilson, who made a relief mound, allowed two RBIs and a double to Loudy Telles with one out and bases loaded.소닉카지노
Wilson was ripped after allowing a push walk to Carlos Santana on the ensuing 2nd out loaded.
Nick Martineson, who pitched in relief, increased the damage by allowing a double to Sal Frelic. Afterwards, he gave up another point with a timely hit from Mark Kanha.
I followed the 2 points in the top of the 7th, but the gap was too wide to turn the game around.
Starter Waka recorded 4 hits, 1 home run, 5 walks, 5 strikeouts and 4 runs in 5 1/3 innings and withdrew without a win or loss. Wilson became the losing pitcher.
Milwaukee starter Adrian Houser allowed 4 runs in 2 innings and withdrew, but Bryce Wilson, who made a relief mound, became the winning pitcher with 2 hits, 1 walk, 4 strikeouts and no runs in 4 innings.