Kim laughs at a video replay, cries at the opposing defense…and the team loses.

The San Diego Padres’ Ha Sung Kim split time at the plate, but it wasn’t enough to prevent his team from losing.

Kim went 1-for-4 at second base in the first game of a doubleheader against the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas, on Nov. 11. He is now batting .271 on the season. The team lost heavily, 2-12.

Had a hit reversed on a video review in the third inning. His line drive was caught by center fielder Chaz McCormick and initially ruled an out, but video review confirmed that the ball hit the ground before reaching his glove.

Kim used his quick feet to run to second base, but the umpires awarded him a hit. Kim went back to first base with a confused look on his face.

Jurickson Profar then singled to right and stole third to put runners on first and third, but Juan Soto grounded out and Xander Bogaerts struck out to end the threat.

In the fifth, Hosmer was robbed of a hit. He hit a line drive, but right fielder Kyle Tucker made a great throw to catch it.

San Diego’s offense was frustrating on this day. The frustration began in the first inning, when three straight batters walked and failed to capitalize on a bases-loaded opportunity.

They went 0-for-5 with runners in scoring position and stranded nine.

Meanwhile, Houston scored far too easily. In the third inning, McCormick led off with a single to left, stole second, advanced to third on a throwing error by the catcher, and scored on a passed ball. Jose Altuve followed with a two-run homer.

In the fourth inning, with the bases loaded, Jose Abreu’s grounder to third was misplayed by third baseman Egui Rosario and dropped behind the plate.온라인카지노

In the sixth, the runs poured in. Starting with Tucker’s triple to right-center field with two outs, a flurry of hits, walks, and fielding errors led to eight runs.

Starter Matt Waldron went five innings, giving up four runs on four hits, one home run, two walks and one strikeout, and Tim Hill, who came on after him, had a disastrous outing, giving up six runs (five earned) on six hits without recording a single out. Rich Hill saved the day by pitching the remaining three innings.

Kim also had a good day defensively. In the third inning, he made a backhanded catch of Jeremy Peña’s fly ball down the second base line and threw to first for the out.

However, it wasn’t enough to prevent the team from losing. In the bottom of the eighth inning, with the score tied, he was replaced on defense by Brett Sullivan.

The loss dropped San Diego to 67 wins and 77 losses. They are officially out of contention for the National League West title.

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