Stole his 21st base of the season with one hit, one walk and one run scored.
After hitting safely in six straight games and reaching base in eight straight, San Diego Padres outfielder Ha-Sung Kim (28) has been sidelined with an injury.
Kim started at second base and batted leadoff against the Texas Rangers at Petco Park in San Diego, California, U.S., on Aug. 31 and went 1-for-1 with a walk, a hit, a stolen base and a run scored in two at-bats.
His six-game hitting streak raised his season batting average to .277 and his on-base percentage to .374. He now has 49 walks and 57 runs scored on the season.
In the bottom of the first inning, Kim stole his 21st base of the season. However, he was unable to score as the next at-bat failed to produce a hit.
In the third inning, with the score tied at 0-0, Kim hit an infield single off Texas starter Cody Bradford. He then crossed home plate on a sacrifice fly by Xander Bogaerts.
However, Kim injured his right shoulder while sliding past the catcher on his way home. After complaining of pain, Kim was immediately replaced.
The injury was especially disappointing for Kim, 카지노사이트 who has been in peak form lately.