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Kim Ha-seong’s unfair OUT… 34-year-old catcher mystery, why didn’t he clumsily hold out his bat?

 It is a mystery. Why did Austin Nola (34, San Diego Padres) clumsily stick out the bat?

On the 21st (Korean time), Oracle Park in San Francisco, California, USA. The San Diego Padres, who were leading 2-0, seized a golden chance for an additional point with consecutive hits by Ha-seong Kim and Trent Grisham after one out. Catcher Austin Nola. Nola’s productivity is low this season with a batting average of 0.144, 1 home run and 7 RBIs.

Of course, director Bob Melvin’s operation was the next step. It seemed that the actual operation had come out. This is because, as soon as San Francisco starting pitcher Anthony Descalpani got into pitching position, third base runner Kim Ha-seong cut off the start toward home. Descalpani pulled the first pitch slider out.

It was Operation Squeeze Bunt. Originally, the squeeze bunt must run even if the pitcher enters the pitching posture before the batter bunts. It is a risky operation that increases the probability of scoring even taking into account Jurusa. To mitigate this risk, something must be done. The hitter somehow hits the ball with his bat. This is because even if you make a foul, the ball becomes dead.

Descalpani’s first-pitch slider was a difficult course for Nola to bunt accurately. However, since Kim Ha-seong had already stopped the start, he had to throw himself off, hit the bat with the ball to put it on the ground, or hit a foul as the next best thing. Since Ha-seong Kim started quickly, there was a high chance that Nola would be safe at home if he only put the bunt on the ground.

Surprised, however, he clumsily thrust the bat in and then withdrew it. It means that something misunderstood the sign. Of course, I didn’t sign the squeeze from the bench, but Ha-seong Kim may have misunderstood. However, considering the economic flow and Kim Ha-sung’s main focus, it is highly likely that it was Nola’s mistake.스포츠토토

The price for Nola not bunting was high. San Francisco catcher Patrick Bailey, who caught the ball, easily saw through Kim Ha-seong, who had already started running home. He quickly threw to third baseman JD Davis. Davis waited for Kim Ha-seong, who returned to third base, and tagged him.

San Diego added 1 run in the 5th inning, but suffered a 3-4 end-of-the-ninth loss. With two consecutive defeats, they could not get out of fourth place in the National League West Division. In order for San Diego to counterattack, it must first increase the success rate of operations to squeeze and block one point. Nola’s bunt failed, and Kim Ha-seong was unfairly beaten.

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