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San Diego Padres outfielder Ha-Sung Kim was removed from the starting lineup for the next day’s game after kicking a bucket of water in the previous day’s game.
Ha-Sung Kim is out of the starting lineup for the Padres’ home game against the New York Mets on Sept. 9 at Petco Park in San Diego, Calif. Matthew Batten will start at second base.
Kim suffered a toe injury the previous day against the Mets when he kicked a bucket of water behind the plate. According to MLB.com’s A.J. Casabell, the San Diego beat writer, Kim kicked a bucket of water adjacent to the dugout in the bottom of the seventh inning after being thrown out at third base following a double. He thought it was empty, but the water remained, and he was removed from the game after feeling pain.카지노
Afterward, Kim had his right toe x-rayed, and while the examination did not reveal any major issues, he was removed from the game the next day. “We’ll have to take it day by day,” said San Diego manager Bob Melvin.
“I tried to be aggressive at the plate and it didn’t work out the way I wanted,” Kim said, adding, “I take full responsibility for the play I made and the mistakes I made. It won’t happen in the future.” San Diego lost the previous day’s game 5-7 in extra innings.
The media said, “Kim’s bunting decision cost the game. The injury could have cost San Diego even more. He is one of the most valuable players in San Diego,” and lamented his injury.