Ha-Sung Kim’s (San Diego Padres) bat was silenced. The San Diego Padres went 0-for-4 with a walk and a strikeout in a doubleheader against the Houston Astros on Tuesday (July 10) at Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas.
Batting first and second, Kim struck out swinging in his first at-bat against Houston starter Christian Javier in the first inning. He struck out with the bases loaded in the third inning. He was lethargic with runners in scoring position in the fourth inning. Struck out looking with runners on second and third. Most disappointing was a grounder to second base with the bases loaded in the sixth inning. He drew a walk in the ninth.
The game ended in a 7-5 victory for Houston. San Diego’s batting order was Ha-Sung Kim, Fernando Tatis Jr. Juan Soto, Manny Machado, Xander Bogaerts, Luis Camposano, Jurickson Profar, Matthew Batten, and Trent Grisham. The starting pitcher is Seth Lugo.온라인카지노
Houston’s starting lineup is Jose Altuve-Jeremy Peña-Jordan Alvarez-Alex Bregman-Kyle Tucker-Jose Abreu-Michael Brantley-Dubon Mauricio-Martin Maldonado. Cristian Javier got the start on the mound.
Houston struck first. Two innings later, Alvarez blasted a solo shot over the right field fence. San Diego responded with a big inning in the fourth. With two outs, Camposano singled up the middle to tie the game at 1-1, and two batters later, Proppa hit a two-run arch to right field to make it 3-1. Batten followed with a walk and Grisham doubled to right-center to make it 4-1.
Houston got a run back in the bottom of the fourth when Abreu walked, Brantley singled up the middle to put runners on first and third, and Dubon grounded into an infield single. In the fifth, back-to-back singles by Altuve and Peña were followed by an RBI double by Alvarez to pull within 3-4. Tucker followed with a two-run double to bring home both runners. RBI singles by Abreu, Brantley, Dubon and Maldonado plated two more runs, 5-4.
San Diego got one run back in the top of the sixth on consecutive singles by Camposano, Profar and Batten. Grisham drew a walk to load the bases. Kim and Tatis Jr. retired the side on infield singles to end the threat.