The San Diego Padres’ three-game winning streak was broken in New York.

In the game against the Mets at Citi Field on the 11th (Korean time), SD was shut out 0-5 with two hits and no hits. The team’s only hit came from second baseman Kim Ha-seong and shortstop Zander Bogaerts.

Kim Ha-seong, who played as second baseman in the 7th, suffered three strikeouts from Mets starter Max Scherzer in the first at-bat in the second inning. In the ball count of 1-2, he could not respond to a four-seam fastball to the inside, so he withdrew with a looking strikeout.

However, after one out in the 5th inning, he went on base with a heavy hit and saved the feeling of hitting the previous day. In the 3rd at-bat in the 7th inning, he got on base again after getting a walk from John Curtis of the bullpen. SD couldn’t save Kim Ha-seong’s on-base and retreated with a bum hit and failed to score. Until the 8th inning, SD’s only hit was Kim Ha-seong. Bogarts got a hit in the ninth.

Kim Ha-seong raised his batting average to 0.286 with 1 hit in 3 at-bats, 1 walk and 2 strikeouts in the match against the Mets. However, both strikeouts are looking strikeouts. In the 8th inning, the bullpen Adam Ottavino was also called for three strikeouts with the ball count 1-2. The referee’s adjustment to the strike zone (shurger) and the defense swing after two strikes (otabino) are somewhat disappointing. The referee was veteran team leader Lance Barkdale.

The match between SD and Mets drew attention in that it was the first match after last year’s National League Wild Card Series. Darvish Yu-Max Scherzer’s ace match in the first round of the three-game series. The Mets are having a hard time using the mound in the early stages as 40-year-old Justin Verlander was excluded from the starting rotation due to an injury. Early last week, against the Milwaukee Brewers, he was wiped out in three straight games.

The Mets took the lead at the end of the 3rd inning with 2 outs, 1st and 2nd base, and last season’s batting champion Jeff McNeil, with 2 RBIs and 2 bases in right field. SD starter Darvish continued pitching in the 7th inning, blocking the Mets with 92 pitches and 3 hits and 2 runs until the 6th inning. However, two unlucky infield hits on third base hindered him, allowing 5 runs and suffering the yoke of defeat.

In the 7th inning, leadoff hitter Mark Kanha opened the door with a double from the left. With a 2-0 lead, Mets manager Buck Showalter ordered eighth shortstop Luis Giorme to bunt. The ball hit the inside of the line on the third base side and became an infield hit. 1st and 3rd base unscathed. Then, Eduardo Escobar’s sacrifice fly allowed the third point. 토토사이트

The bad luck didn’t stop there. Top hitter Thomas Nido from 1st out and 1st base also missed the ball and made a pair at almost the same spot without escaping with a foul. Manager Melvin replaced Darvish with left-hander Tim Hill, and Darvish took all the runs from a ground ball and a double from Francisco Lindor, who entered the right-handed at bat. His first loss of the season with 6 hits, 1 walk, 5 strikeouts and 5 runs in 6.1 innings.

Mets starter Scherzer gave Kim Ha-seong his only hit in 5 innings and took 3 walks, 6 strikeouts and no runs to become 2 wins and 1 loss (4.41) for the season.

The two teams had 6 wins and 5 losses. On the 12th, SD Ryan Weathers (3.60) and Mets David Peterson (1 loss, 6.00) will face off against two lefties.

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