Not a single Korean showed up for the highly anticipated matchup.

There were few Korean fans at Scottsdale Stadium in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA, on Wednesday (Feb. 3). The first game of the exhibition match between the San Francisco Giants, featuring Lee Jung-hoo (26), and the San Diego Padres, featuring Kim Ha-seong (29) and Ko Woo-seok (26), attracted Korean fans.

However, fans were disappointed when Lee Jung-hoo, Kim Ha-seong, and Go Woo-seok were all absent from the game. A Korean fan in the first base dugout asked, “Is Lee Jung-hoo coming out? Where’s Kim Ha-seong?” he wondered. “Oh, no,” he said, “I can’t believe it.” When he heard that Go Woo-seok wasn’t coming out, he tapped his foot.

After playing back-to-back games against the Arizona Diamondbacks and Texas Rangers in the past day or two, this was a scheduled rest day for Lee. 카지노사이트 He participated in pregame workouts, but did not play in the game.

After the game against Texas the previous day (Feb. 2), Lee told the media, “I won’t play tomorrow (Feb. 3). You should see Ha Sung-hyung (in the dugout),” Lee said with a laugh. Up until that point, Lee had thought Kim would play in the game.

But Kim’s name wasn’t in the San Diego lineup.

A number of key San Diego starters were missing, including Xander Bogaerts, who switched positions to form the Keystone Combination, as well as Fernando Tatis Jr, Manny Machado, Jake Cronenwirth, and Luis Camposano.

San Diego pitcher Woo-seok Ko was also not traveling with the team. He is scheduled to pitch against the Seattle Mariners on April 4 at home at Peoria Stadium.

The matchup between Kim Ha-seong and Lee Jung-hoo, who were teammates in the Kiwoom Heroes, and Go Woo-seok and Lee Jung-hoo, who are brother-in-law and sister-in-law, was also postponed. The two teams are scheduled to meet for the first time in an exhibition game at Peoria Stadium on April 9.

San Francisco and San Diego, who are in the same National League (NL) West division, are scheduled to meet 10 times in the regular season. San Francisco’s season opener, a four-game series at Petco Park, begins on April 29. Lee Jung-hoo, who has already been announced as the opening day No. 1 hitter, is expected to make his big league debut on the 29th. Go Woo-seok could also make his debut then if he doesn’t pitch in the opening game of the Seoul series on Feb. 20-21.

Meanwhile, all three Koreans are on pace to make their debuts in exhibition games.

Kim Ha-seong, now in his fourth year, has moved back to shortstop and is batting 4-for-4 (4-for-9) with one RBI, four walks, two strikeouts and two stolen bases in five games.

Lee Jung-hoo got off to a slow start with a mild side soreness, but he’s quickly settled into the major leagues, going 4-for-4 (9-for-4) with one home run, one RBI and two runs scored in three straight games.

Go made his exhibition debut against the Oakland Athletics on April 1. He gave up one hit and struck out two in a scoreless first inning.

The game was a 3-2 San Diego victory over San Francisco. Tied 2-2 in the ninth inning, Matthew Batten hit the game-winning hit. San Diego won 5-6 and San Francisco won 1-5 and tied 2-2.

San Diego starter Michael King, acquired in a trade with the New York Yankees for Juan Soto last December, 메이저 토토사이트 pitched three scoreless innings of one-hit ball, striking out three and walking none, extending his scoreless streak to two games and five innings, dating back to last month’s win over the Cleveland Indians on April 27 (two scoreless innings of one-hit ball, one walk and no strikeouts).

Closer Robert Suarez, on the other hand, came out in the sixth inning to record the hold, but his performance was shaky, allowing one run on two hits and two walks with one strikeout. Suarez has struggled in three exhibition games (2 1/3 innings), allowing six hits (one homer), four walks, three strikeouts and four runs with a 15.43 ERA.

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