Kim Ha-seong (28) of the Major League Baseball (MLB) San Diego Padres, who was performing best this season, was excluded from the starting lineup due to abdominal pain.
San Diego manager Bob Melvin said ahead of the visiting game against Oakland held at the Oakland Coliseum in Oakland, California on the 18th (Korean time), “We planned to start Kim Ha-seong as the number one hitter and second baseman, but he complained of abdominal pain, so he was replaced.”
The San Diego Union Tribune, a local newspaper, explained the current situation, saying, “Ha-seong Kim is undergoing tests to determine whether it is a muscle problem or another problem.”카지노사이트
San Diego has 13 games left this season until today’s game. Kim Ha-seong’s ability to play in the remaining games is expected to be determined depending on the results of the examination, but there appears to be no need to overdo it as San Diego’s advancement to the postseason was thwarted.
Ha-seong Kim played in 143 games this season and had a career-high season with a batting average of 0.265, 17 home runs, 58 RBIs, and 36 stolen bases.
On this day, San Diego replaced Ha-seong Kim with Yurickson Profar as the top hitter and Agi Rosario as third baseman.