6 April 2024

Lee Jung-hoo, who scored one point and walked one, had no hits in his home debut…SF to end dramatic 9th inning → 4th consecutive defeat

By pestfood.com

San Francisco Giants pitcher Lee Jung-hoo scored his second run of the season, but failed to garner a hit. San Diego Padres pitcher Kim Ha-sung (29) remained silent due to no hit.

San Francisco broke out of a four-game losing streak with a 3-2 walk-off victory over San Diego in the 2024 season at Oracle Park in San Francisco, California, on the 6th (Korea time).

San Francisco Giants’ starting lineup consists of Lee Jung-hoo (center fielder), Ramonte Wade Jr. (first baseman), Jorge Soler (designated hitter), Michael Confoto (left fielder), Matt Chapman (third baseman), Tyro Estrada (second baseman), Mike Yastremski (right fielder), Patrick Bailey (catcher) and Nick Ahmed (striker). Jordan Hicks took the mound as the starting pitcher.

Lee had no hit, one run and one walk from three times at bat. He had no hit in the last two consecutive games. His performance this season has declined to .620 with a batting average of .266 (seven hits from 31 times at bat), one homer, four RBIs, two runs scored and an OPS of .620. In the San Francisco Giants lineup, Tyro Estrada hit a walk-off double, and became the hero of the game. Michael Confoto had three hits and one RBI from four times at bat.

San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Jordan Hicks pitched well, allowing five hits, five strikeouts, and two runs (one earned run) in seven innings. However, he failed to become a winning pitcher due to lack of support from batters. The bullpen pitcher lineup, which continued with Tyler Rogers (one scoreless inning) and Camilo Doval (one scoreless inning), maintained the team’s victory.

The San Diego Padres, which challenged its second consecutive win, started as Xander Bogaerts (second baseman), Fernando Tatis Jr., (right fielder), Jake Cronenworth (first baseman), Manny Machado (designated hitter), Kim Ha-sung (striker), Jurickson Profar (left fielder), Louis Campusano (catcher), Graeme Foley (third baseman) and Jackson Merrill (center fielder). Dylan Sizz took the mound as the starting pitcher.

Kim displayed good performance in defense, but remained silent as he had no hit in four times at bat. His performance this season fell to a batting average of 2,166 (eight hits in 37 times at bat) with one homer, four RBIs, four runs scored and three steals, with an OPS of .653 in 10 games. San Diego starting pitcher Dylan Sheese had four hits, two walks, seven strikeouts and two runs during six innings. He achieved quality start (less than three earned runs in six innings), but failed to record a win due to lack of support from the batters. The bullpen pitcher lineup, which includes Yuki Matsui (one scoreless inning), Wandy Peralta (one scoreless inning in one ⅓ inning), and Yenel de Los Santos (one run in 0 innings), allowed a finishing loss.

San Diego’s leadoff hitter Xander Bogaerts scored with a double in the top of the first inning. With runners on the third base with one out due to Fernando Tatis Jr.’s RBI single, San Diego easily scored the first run with Jake Cronenworth hitting a timely RBI single. However, Manny Machado hit a double play and failed to take advantage of the chance to score another point. 룸알바

In the bottom of the first inning, San Francisco’s leadoff hitter Lee Jung-hoo drew a walk off San Diego’s right-hander Dylan Siege. LaMonte Wade Jr. and Jorge Soler failed to hit a double and stepped down as a pinch hitter, but Michael Confoto hit an RBI double to balance the game. Lee scored his second run this season.

For the San Diego Padres, Kim Ha-sung took the lead as the batter in the second inning. However, he hit a sinker of 91.5 miles per hour with the first pitch by starting pitcher Jordan Hicks and was caught grounder to the second base. Jurickson Profar and Luis Campusano both remained silent.