Yesterday’s comrades are today’s enemies… Kim Ha-seong, come-from-behind defeat to WBC Combi Edmon

Yesterday’s comrade has become today’s strongest enemy. The main character of the ending that made Kim Ha-seong cry is Hyeon-soo Edmon, who was the WBC Keystone duo. Kim Ha-sung played well two days in a row, but suffered a come-from-behind defeat two days in a row.

This is reporter Oh Seon-min.

This scene caught the attention of the local media as much as Ha-seong Kim, who completed a multi-hit in two innings.

Soto, a slugger with only one sacrifice bunt in his career, bunted from the first inning for three days in a row. This rare scene showed how strong the faith in No. 1 batter Kim Ha-seong was.

Recognized as “the hottest hitter” by his teammates, Kim Ha-seong even played a stable defense, catching 3 out counts alone in the bottom of the 5th inning.스포츠토토

He ran through a tricky ground ball, caught it with his backhand, and erased the hit with a reverse throw. It was Edmon, a Korean-American who worked together in the WBC team in a keystone combination, who bowed his head to the ball.

He served as the team’s number one hitter side by side, and even though he resembled his quick feet and defense, the match separated the two players.

While Kim Ha-seong hesitated as he missed a scoring chance in the second half of the game, Edmund became the main character of the game with just one swing. In yesterday’s game, San Diego suffered a come-from-behind loss for two days in a row to Edmon, who came out as a pinch hitter and scored a walk-off hit in the 10th inning.

It was a two-run home run that went over the right wall in the bottom of the 9th inning, with San Diego leading 4-3, with 2 outs and 2nd base.

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