Ha-Sung Kim has a hit for the first time in five games.

San Diego Padres’ Ha-Sung Kim (29) has a hit for the first time in five games.

Starting in the No. 8 spot in the lineup against the Cincinnati Reds at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA, on Monday, Kim went 1-for-4 with one RBI and one run scored. It was his first hit in five games, finally ending a four-game hitless streak. On the season, he is batting 2-for-25 (116 at-bats) with four home runs, 17 RBI, 19 runs scored, seven doubles and a .712 OPS in 33 games. San Diego snapped a five-game losing streak with the 6-4 victory.

San Diego’s starting lineup was Jurickson Profar (left field), Fernando Tatis Jr. (right field), Jake Cronenweth (first base), Manny Machado (designated hitter), Zander Bogaerts (second base), Jackson Merrill (center field), Luis Campusano (catcher), Ha Sung Kim (shortstop), and Tyler Wade (third base).

Profar went 3-for-4 with a double. San Diego’s offense was hot, pounding out 10 hits. Starting pitcher Darvish Yu earned his first win of the season with five innings of three-hit, three-strikeout ball. The bullpen of Adrian Morejon (⅔ of an inning, two runs), 안전놀이터 Enriel Derosantos (⅔ of an inning, two runs), Yuki Matsui (⅔ of an inning, scoreless), and Robert Suarez (⅔ of an inning, scoreless) preserved the win.

Suarez earned his 10th save of the season.

Will Benson (right field), Eli Deracruz (shortstop), Spencer Steer (left field), Jonathan India (second base), Nick Martini (designated hitter), Santiago Espinal (third base), Jaime Candelario (first base), Luke Maile (catcher), and Stuart Fairchild (center field) started for the Reds.

Cincinnati’s offense was highlighted by home runs from Candelario (his third of the season) and Fairchild (his first), but it wasn’t enough in the loss. Starting pitcher Nick Martinez took the loss, allowing five runs (three earned) on six hits with one walk and three strikeouts in five innings.

Ha-Sung Kim led off the bottom of the second inning with a walk and was hit by a 92.8 mph (149.3 km/h) five-pitch fastball from Cincinnati right-hander Martinez. San Diego opened the scoring in the third inning on a double by Tatis Jr. and an RBI single by Cronenwirth.

Kim scooped up a four-seam 79 mph (127.1 km/h) changeup from Martinez in the fourth inning, but it was thrown to second base. San Diego put runners on first and second with no outs in the fifth inning when Wade and Profar hit back-to-back singles. Tatis Jr. singled to put runners on first and third, and Cronenweth reached on a catcher’s interference call to load the bases. Machado followed with a three-RBI double.

Bogart struck out, but Merrill reached on a throwing error in left field and Machado scored.

Cincinnati rallied in the top of the sixth with a single by DeLacruz, a double by Steer and an RBI single by India. San Diego got a run back in the bottom of the sixth when leadoff hitter Ha-Sung Kim hit a 90.1 mph (145.0 km/h) sinker from right-handed reliever Buck Palmer. Wade then singled to straightaway left field, but Profar followed with a double and Tatis Jr. reached on a fielder’s choice, allowing Kim to score.

Trailing 6-2, Cincinnati cut the deficit to 6-4 in the top of the seventh when Candelario and Fairchild hit back-to-back solo homers. The Reds put runners on first and second in the bottom of the seventh on a single by Bogart and a walk by Camposano, 온라인카지노사이트 but were unable to capitalize as Kim struck out after watching a seven-pitch, 93.9 mph (151.1 km/h) fastball from right-hander Angel Pagan and Wade grounded out. However, the bullpen held the game scoreless for the remainder of the inning to preserve the win.

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