The name Kim Ha-seong is perfect for MLB! Worst Mistake 3rd – Biased Tanjeong The day after, Kim Ha-seong exploded.

The official network of the Major League (MLB) network shed light on the performance of Ha-seong Kim (28, San Diego) through its social network service (SNS) on the 29th (Korean time). The MLB network has a pattern of introducing recent hot players or issues through SNS, but it was difficult to ignore Kim Ha-seong’s recent sense.

It was worth it. This is because Kim Ha-seong, who is already evaluated as one of the best defensive players in the major leagues, was playing a great role in offense. Ha-seong Kim was showing great offensive productivity in 12 games before the game against Pittsburgh on the 29th. It was also this part that MLB Network paid attention to.

The MLB Network highlighted his offensive power to the fullest under the title of ‘Kim Ha-sung’s last 12 game results’. According to the MLB Network, Ha-seong Kim had a batting average of 0.395 (17 hits in 43 bats), 3 homers, 9 RBIs, 9 runs, and an OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 1.075 during this period. He hit a lot, and he had a lot of long hits. He was at least a struggling player in San Diego’s recent batting line, which was struggling.

Coach Bob Melvin even used Kim Ha-seong as a leadoff, but Kim Ha-seong fell victim to an unfair decision in the game on the 29th and ended up with no hits. In the first inning at-bat, the ball that fell outside the count of 2B-2S was judged as a strike by the referee. Even if he is dissatisfied with the referee’s judgment, Ha-seong Kim, who does not reveal it severely, was also angry.

The Umpire Scorecard, which analyzes referees’ judgement accuracy, analyzed that this call was the third worst misjudgment in the game. The worst misjudgment is judged comprehensively according to the serious error of the referee’s decision and the game situation. For example, no matter how severe the error, the ranking will be lower in the 8th inning when the team is winning 10-0. This is because even if a player is unfair, it does not have a big impact on the win or loss of the game.

However, Kim Ha-seong was still in the early stages of not knowing what the game would be like, so the odds of winning fluctuated relatively more with this one call, and eventually ranked 3rd in the worst miscarriage rankings. However, Ha-seong Kim was not the only victim. On this day, all San Diego batters were hit.

Pittsburgh starter Mitch Keller is a pitcher who throws various breaking balls such as sliders with fast balls in the mid- to late-90s. If you generously give Keller the outside of a right-handed hitter, it becomes very difficult for a right-handed hitter. But Chad Fairchild, the referee that day, said that. 1st (Sanchez at-bat in the 2nd inning) and 2nd (Machado at-bat in the 6th inning) both judged the ball that fell outside the right-handed hitter as a strike and struck out.스포츠토토

It may not have been intentional, but it was analyzed that Fairchild’s decision that day resulted in a +1.53 increase in Pittsburgh’s expected score. It was enough of a day for San Diego to feel like they were judged.

However, Kim Ha-seong completely forgot about it and focused on the game on the 30th. In the end, he went 2-for-3 with 2 hits (1 home run), 2 RBI and 1 run, including one home run, and hit his neck. The slightly disconnected feeling continued. It was a problem because the team lost 4-5, but Kim Ha-sung’s play was not a problem. He also came close to double-digit home runs with his 9th home run of the season in the 4th inning.

Ha-sung Kim’s June is the hottest month in his career. In addition to his .291 batting average (25-for-86) in June, he had four home runs and 12 RBIs. His OPS, which is the sum of his on-base percentage (.361) and slugging percentage (.477), is 0.838. In the last 14 games since June 16, a batting average of 0.373, 4 homers, 11 RBIs, and an OPS of 1.058 are very outstanding. It feels like Kim Ha-sung’s heyday is about to open.

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