Major League Baseball player Ha-Sung Kim of San Diego led the team to victory by scoring in a wedge.
He had a very strong presence on the ball and number.
Ha-Sung Kim hit an exciting long hit in the 6th two-out first base in San Diego leading 9-7.
He shoved Marte's slider to double-double in three games with a one-run hit from right-center.
The white rice was next.
During Grisham's infield hit, he returned to third base and dug into the home, and scored a wedge with a head-first sliding.
Home fans gave a standing ovation to Kim Ha-sung's passionate play.
San Diego won 13-7 and ran for two consecutive victories with Kim Ha-Sung's performances of wedge RBI, scoring, and solid defense.
New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge reported a home run in two days.
He hit a solo home run over the left fence in the 7th inning, leading 2-1 over Seattle.
With his 45th home run of the season, he left 15 on the 60-home run mark for the first time in 21 years.
Washington center fielder Robles flies like a superman and catches the Chicago Cubs Higgins' slugging bat.
The pitcher, who he thought was a hit for his fantastic dive catch, raised his hand and thanked him.