“Kim Ha-seong is the San Diego MVP” despite the absurd injury

Ha-seong Kim is the MVP of the Padres (San Diego) this season. He played as hard as anyone else.”

Despite Kim Ha-sung’s absurd injury, the local media highlighted his performance more.

Ha-seong Kim was left out of the starting lineup for the home game against the New York Mets held at Petco Park in San Diego, California on the 9th. 

It was because of an injury sustained during the game the previous day (8th). Kim Ha-seong suffered a toe injury in the match against the Mets the previous day after kicking a cool barrel near the dugout behind Jurusa. At that time, Kim Ha-seong tried to advance to third base after hitting a double at the end of the 7th inning, but died screaming at the third base. He hit base in a ‘swimming position’ to avoid the third baseman’s tag, but was ruled out. 

Afterwards, Kim Ha-seong, who returned to the dugout, kicked a nearby water bottle in resentment. The problem was that there was still water in this bucket that I thought was empty. Ha-seong Kim, who felt the pain, was later replaced in the game, and fortunately, as a result of the X-ray examination at the hospital, a fracture was avoided. However, he was excluded from the game the next day. San Diego coach Bob Melvin said, “You have to watch the progress every day.” 메이저놀이터

In an interview, Kim Ha-seong said, “I wanted to run aggressively, but it didn’t work out the way I wanted. I felt angry that the opponent’s third baseman slightly pushed me away with his glove.” The local media also lamented 

Kim Ha-sung’s injury. MLB.com’s AJ Casabel, a San Diego reporter, said, “Kim Ha-sung’s decision to run base caused damage (loss) to the game. Injuries could cost San Diego even more. Ha-seong Kim is one of the most valuable players in San Diego,” he said, regretting his injury. 

Reporter Casabel said on his SNS, “Everyone makes mistakes and regrets it.” Ha-seong Kim is the undisputed Padres MVP this year. He played as hard as anyone else this season. I swore that I would not repeat it,” said Kim Ha-seong, encouraging him. 

Meanwhile, San Diego, without Kim Ha-seong, played the game against the Mets on the 9th with Matthew Batten as second baseman. San Diego avenged the previous day’s loss by winning 3-1 thanks to Matthew Batten’s two runs at the end of the second inning. Starter Blake Snell also secured the team’s victory by striking out 11 batters in six innings. 

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