Kim goes 2-for-4 against Milwaukee and scores a run, ending the team’s three-game losing streak

San Diego Padres’ Ha-Sung Kim (27) drew two walks but was unable to prevent his team from losing.

Kim went 1-for-3 with a walk, two strikeouts and a run scored as the San Diego Padres hosted the visiting Milwaukee Brewers in a Major League Baseball (MLB) game at American Family Field in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S., on Monday (Aug. 28).

After going hitless in his last three games, Kim’s season batting average dropped slightly from .276 to .274 (118-for-431).

After drawing a walk in his first at-bat, Kim advanced to third on Juan Soto’s single up the middle and scored on Manny Machado’s infield grounder for the go-ahead run. It was his 74th RBI of the season.

After being retired on an infield single in the second and an infield grounder in the fifth, Kim drew his second walk of the game in the seventh with runners on first and second.

He advanced to third on a pair of wild pitches, but was unable to capitalize as he couldn’t get a hit.

In his final at-bat in the eighth, he struck out.

San Diego fell to 6-10 and lost its third straight.

With a 4-2 lead in the sixth inning, the bullpen collapsed, giving up seven runs in a row and never recovered.

At 61-70, the Padres have fallen further out of contention in fall baseball.

Sitting in seventh place in the National League wild-card race, 카지노사이트킴 the Padres are 7.5 games behind the third-place Arizona Diamondbacks for the final postseason berth.

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