‘Batting average of 0.196’ Cronenworth’s rebellion… leading to victory with the first multi-four in his life 

Jake Cronenworth, who had been sluggish at the beginning of the season, and his bat came back to life. The San Diego Padres are also out of a losing streak.

Cronenworth started second base in six home games against the Milwaukee Brewers held on the 16th (Korean time) at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA, went 3 hits in 4 at-bats (2 homers), scored 2 runs and 6 RBIs, and the team won 10-3 led

With this victory, 먹튀검증San Diego also broke its three-game losing streak and recovered its winning rate to 50% again with 8 wins and 8 losses. Milwaukee is 10-5.

Cronenworth, who had been sluggish with a season batting average of 0.196 (9 hits in 46 at-bats) before the game, showed his best performance that day and raised his season batting average to 0.240.

He was hot from the first inning. He scored an RBI with a right-handed hit that crossed the height of the second baseman from 1st out, 1st and 3rd base, followed by a two-run home run that went over the right fence in the 5th inning when the team was 3-3, 2nd out and 1st base.

This was not the end. In the bottom of the 7th inning, with 1 out and 1 base, he hit a two-run home run that went over the middle fence against left-hander Holby Milner. His first multi-home run in the big leagues. In the 8th inning, he added one point with a push walk.

As you can see from his performance, the San Diego batting line showed better than the last three games on this day. A representative scene was Juan Soto’s walk on base after two outs in the bottom of the first inning, where the score was 0-2, and two runs with three consecutive hits.

In the second inning, after two outs, Trent Grisham’s double hit from the top batting line followed by Manny Machado’s left-handed hit scored the score at once.

Milwaukee’s pursuit was also scary. In the bottom line of the fourth inning, three consecutive hits came out and the bases were loaded, and Jesse Winker’s four ball scored one run. However, he did not score an extra point. Victor Karatini, who played catcher seven times, recorded a career-high four hits.

The selection of both teams was difficult. San Diego starter Seth Lugo allowed three runs on eight hits and one walk while striking out five in 3 2/3 innings. They were ripped out early, but the bullpen kept the scoreless the rest of the inning, including Steve Wilson’s 1 1/3 scoreless innings. Milwaukee starter Freddy Peralta also had a rough day, giving up 5 runs on 9 hits, 1 home run, 1 walk, and 5 strikeouts in 5 innings.

Milwaukee rookie pitcher Gus Barland, who took the mound in the bottom of the 8th inning, went down the mound after being hit in the chin by Manny Machado’s line drive.

Harvey Guerra, who hurriedly climbed onto the mound, threw a lot of sand dunes and walks. The opportunity to hit returned to Ha-seong Kim, who was replaced by second baseman ahead of the defense at the end of the 8th inning. Kim Ha-seong played nine pitches, but withdrew due to a foul fly by the catcher.

Instead, Ha-seong Kim showed off his defensive skills. In the bottom of the 9th inning, he threw his body and caught the winker’s line drive, receiving applause from the full crowd of 42,284 people.

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