San Diego Padres outfielder Ha-seong Kim stole three bases in a game for the first time in his Major League Baseball (MLB) career Kim batted 1-for-3 with a walk and stole two bases against the visiting Seattle Mariners of the 2023 Major League Baseball (MLB) World Series at T-Mobile Park in Seattle, Washington, U.S., on Tuesday Kim extended his hitting streak to 15 games and renewed his multi-hit streak (two or more plate appearances in a game), which was broken the day before Kim rattled Seattle starter Emerson Hancock with “foot baseball” to start the game. Hancock was a rookie making his debut Kim led off with a walk and promptly stole second base when Fernando Tatis batted second After Tatis struck out, he stole third off Juan Soto in the third inning On Soto’s weak grounder to the pitcher, Kim slid home on a head-first slide to take the lead. The run came purely from Kim’s mobility In his second at-bat with the bases loaded in the third, Kim singled up the middle He followed it up with a steal of second off Tatis Jr This was his third stolen base in as many games, surpassing his previous record of two. Kim increased his stolen base total to 27 on the season Despite his hard work on the base paths, San Diego’s subsequent hitters were unable to come up with a big hit In the 카지노사이트킹 fifth inning, Kim was called out on a checked swing by the third base umpire, and in the seventh inning, he was caught on a fly ball to center field Kim’s teammate Choi Ji-Man, who batted seventh, struck out twice and grounded out to third in the fourth before being replaced by a pinch-hitter with runners on second and third in the sixth Choi’s batting average dropped to .183. Choi has yet to collect a hit in six games with San Diego San Diego gave up five runs in the bottom of the eighth inning, including a game-winning two-run homer to Carl Rowley, to fall to 1-6. Stung by a four-hit shutout, San Diego went 0-for-9 with runners in scoring position, handing the Padres their fourth straight loss.