San Diego Padres’ Kim Ha-sung was excluded from the starting lineup due to a toe injury. Fortunately, there is nothing wrong with the bone.
San Diego will play the New York 먹튀검증 Mets at 11:10 a.m. on the 9th (Korea Standard Time) at Petco Park in San Diego.
Kim Ha-sung was excluded from the starting lineup against the Mets on the same day due to a toe injury after kicking a bucket during the game the previous day. Matthew Barton, who was recently called up from the minor leagues, will play for the first time this season as a second baseman.
For San Diego, Fernando Tatis Jr. (right fielder), Juan Soto (left fielder), Manny Machado (third baseman), Xander Bogart (shortstop), Gary Sanchez (catcher), Jake Cronenworth (first baseman), Brandon Dixon (nominated hitter) Matthew Barton (second baseman) and Trent Grisham (center fielder) will start the lineup.
Kim Ha-sung kicked the bucket after suffering a disappointing base run in a game against the Mets on the 8th. I thought it was an empty water bottle, but I got a small injury on my big toe because it was full of water.
After one out in the seventh inning with a 3-3 tie, Kim Ha-sung hit a double on the left line. Kim Ha-sung, who played while watching left fielder Tommy Pam’s batting process, turned second base at full speed and ran to third base.
Head first sliding Kim Ha-sung tactfully avoided the tag of third baseman Luis Guillermo, who received a left fielder throw. He slightly pulled out his left arm, avoided Guillermo’s tag, and touched the base with his right hand.
However, the body passed the base because it could not overcome the acceleration caused by the fast speed. He touched the base with his left foot, and Guillermo tagged Kim Ha-sung as he pushed Kim Ha-sung’s leg with his gloved hand. Eventually, he was tagged out when his foot fell.
Kim Ha-sung was unfair because he was out by the opposing defender’s push tag. The emotion intensified by sending a good chance to get to second or third base with one out. Kim Ha-sung, who returned to the dugout, kicked the water bottle, and ended up hurting his toe.
Kim Ha-sung said in an interview with local media after the game, “The opposing defender tagged and pushed his foot away. I thought it was an empty bucket. “It was an act that I didn’t think enough at the moment of excitement,” he said.
The San Diego club said it watches Kim Ha-sung’s injury as a “day-to-day.” I had an X-ray examination, and it was found that there was no abnormality in the bone.