‘4th place → 2nd place’ SD enters the fight for 2nd place in the breathtaking NL West…wild card Jeong Jo-joon

The San Diego Padres of the U.S. Major League Baseball reclaimed the No. 2 spot in the National League West on a single day. They broke their five-game losing streak to move up to the top of the global rankings. Still, the Dodgers is far from the world’s leading team. Realistically, they should keep their No. 2 spot in the global rankings and engage in a wild card battle.

San Diego defeated the Philadelphia Phillies 5-2 in an away game on Tuesday (Korea time). He scored the first point in the top of the second inning, but allowed a tie in the bottom of the third inning. He gained the upper hand in the second half of the game. He gained one point in the top of the seventh inning to lead 2-1, and added three more points in the eighth inning to lead the game 5-1. He allowed one point in the bottom of the eighth inning, but the situation remained stable.

He had 12 hits, and managed to overwhelm Philadelphia Phillies, which had only six hits. Matt Waldron, the starting pitcher, led the team win by displaying good pitching in seven innings of five hits, two walks, six strikeouts and one run. Waldron achieved his fifth win (six losses) of this season. Jackson Merrill, who played as the seventh batter, became an accomplished player by making two hits, one homer, and one RBI from three times at bat.

Kim Ha-sung, who was absent from the previous day’s game, started as the sixth batter’s shortstop. He had no hit in four times at bat, but scored one point, contributing to his team’s victory. He ended his hitting streak in two consecutive games, and his batting average for this season fell to 0.217. He had nine homers, 35 RBIs and 14 steals, and his batting average of 0.330 with an on-base percentage of 0.382 with an OPS of 0.712. 토토사이트 추천

This victory marked San Diego’s 38 wins and 40 losses in this season. As the team got out of the swamp of five consecutive losses, it recorded four wins and six losses in the last 10 games. With a winning percentage of 0.487, it jumped to second place in the Western Division of the National League, beating the Arizona Diamondbacks (36-38 losses, winning percentage of 0.486) by one point. In a single day, the team moved up two notches from fourth place to second place.

San Diego is likely to have a fierce battle with the Arizona and San Francisco Giants (36-39, winning percentage of 0.480) for No. 2 in the district. It is nine games behind the LA Dodgers (46-30 losses, winning percentage of 0.605) and is unlikely to win the title in the district. Realistically, it needs to fight for wild cards. It is currently ranked fourth in the National League wild card rankings. It is trailing the St. Louis Cardinals with 36-37 and the Washington Nationals by half a game.

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