Ha-Sung Kim has been silent for two games in a row

San Diego Padres’ Ha-Sung Kim (29) has been silent for two games in a row. He was hit by a mid-90 mph fastball.

Kim went 0-for-3 at shortstop in the eighth inning against the Seattle Mariners on Nov. 11 at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA. His season batting average dropped to 2-for-5 and his season OPS to .703.

Kim faced Seattle starter Bryce Miller. Kim stepped to the plate with the bases loaded in the bottom of the second inning. He was late to Miller’s four-seam fastball and swung wildly at the first and second pitches. He fouled off the third pitch and fouled off the fourth. Kim fouled off the fifth pitch, a sinker. In the sixth, he hits a 96.1 mph (154.7 km/h) four-seam fastball up in the zone. It’s high and away toward center field.

The throw was shallow, though, and Donovan Solano, racing home from third, was thrown out. The throw home from center fielder Julio Rodriguez was accurate. The inning ended without a run scoring.

In the bottom of the fifth inning, the bases were loaded with no outs. On a one-pitch, one-strike at-bat, he took the third pitch, a 95.2 mph (153.2 km/h) sinker, but it sailed in front of the second baseman. He was out of his second at-bat when he flied out straight to the second baseman.

In the bottom of the eighth,

He faced his second pitcher, Ryne Stanek, with the bases loaded. He got the first two pitches and worked a full count, but was hit by a 97.1 mph (156.3 km/h) four-seam fastball. He drove the ball hard down the plate, but it sailed into left field. 카지노사이트 추천 Kim expressed his disappointment with his whole body. San Diego fell to 0-2 and lost its fourth straight game. They fell to 49-47. Starter Michael King pitched six innings, three hits, one walk, nine strikeouts and two runs (one earned), but was unable to pick up the win.

San Diego struck first in the second inning on a fielding error. One out later, he gave up a walk to Carl Rowley and struck out Ty Franks, allowing him to steal second base. Jorge Polanco then induced a grounder to first base, but first baseman Luis Arajes threw the ball away, allowing the runner to score from second. 0-1.

San Diego wasted a bases-loaded opportunity in the bottom of the second. They added another run in the top of the fourth. Leadoff hitter Luke Reilly singled up the middle. Michael King struck out Julio Rodriguez and Carl Roley to load the bases with two outs, but Ty Prance singled to left to put runners at second and third. Jorge Polanco gave up an RBI single to center for the second run.

San Diego had runners on first and second in the bottom of the ninth with back-to-back singles by Jake Cronenweth and Manny Machado, but Donovan Solano grounded out to shortstop, Jackson Merrill struck out and David Peralta flied out to center field to end the threat.

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