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“Nobody knows why they scored” Darvish sends coach home after unfortunate loss…Kim Ha Sung storms back to dedicate SF’s 10th straight win to the team

The San Diego Padres were victimized by an unforced error. They scored the game-winning run on a wild pitch by Kim Ha-seong, but it wasn’t all smiles.

Kim Ha-seong batted eighth and started at second base against the San Francisco Giants on April 22 at Oracle Park in San Francisco, California, USA. He went 1-for-4 with one run scored, two walks, and one stolen base. He was 2-for-5 with a .701 OPS.먹튀검증

Kim worked a five-pitch full count with two runners in scoring position in the second inning, but saw a 95-mph sinker right down the middle and struck out looking.

In the top of the fifth, with runners on first and second, he swung at an 84.5-mph knuckle curveball on a one-pitch, two-strike count. In his third at-bat in the top of the seventh, he hit a grounder to shortstop with runners on first and second, but sprinted out of harm’s way. San Francisco’s challenge didn’t change Kim’s safe call.

Kim made the save and stole second base with two outs. It was his 13th stolen base of the season, and he came home on Trent Grisham’s single. It was a run that rallied from 0-4.

Trailing 2-4 in the top of the ninth, Kim came to bat with the bases loaded. On strike one, Kim took a 98.4-mph sinker from San Francisco closer Camilo Doval for a single to right field.

San Diego, meanwhile, fell to 2-4. An untimely run blew the game wide open. Darvish Yu started the game strong. He was scoreless through four innings. But in the bottom of the fifth, Luis Matos gave up an infield single to shortstop Blake Sable and a walk to David Villa to load the bases. He gave up a run on a sacrifice fly to left field to Brandon Crawford.

Casey Schmidt followed with a walk to put runners on first and second. Zach Peterson then singled to right, but right fielder Fernando Tatis Jr. made an accurate and powerful throw to second base to throw out Sable at the plate. Gary Sanchez was waiting for the throw.

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But San Francisco challenged and the call was overturned. It was the opinion of the officials and the New York replay center that the home blocking rule was violated. Manager Bob Melvin was furious and ran out to protest, but he was ejected and the outcome didn’t change.

Darvish, who had already made it back to the dugout thinking the out was a given, was forced to pitch again in no English. He was overwhelmed by the atmosphere. He gave up back-to-back singles to Mike Yastrzemski and J.D. Davis. The deficit grew to 4-0.

“Nobody knows why they scored,” said Kevin Acey of the San Diego Union-Tribune, questioning the unintelligible call and the home-blocking rule.

After Ha-Sung Kim scored in the seventh, Jake Cronenwirth’s sacrifice fly in the eighth pulled the Giants within one run, but it wasn’t enough to prevent the loss. They were unable to stop San Francisco’s 10-game winning streak.

They were also silent in scoring position, going 1-for-12. It was their third straight loss.

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