Choi Ji-man, 'Serial Injury', Returns After 36 Days

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Choi Ji-man, 'Serial Injury', Returns After 36 Days

Choi Ji-man, 'Serial Injury', Returns After 36 Days... No Hits, 1 Walk in 2 at Bats

‘Korean Duo’ Kim Ha-seong, 1 hit, 1 walk, 1 point in 4 at-bats… contribute to team victory

Ji-Man Choi (San Diego Padres) returned to the field after 36 days, overcoming a series of injuries.

Ji-Man Choi started as the number 6 hitter and first baseman in the visiting game 카지노사이트 against the Oakland Athletics of the Major League Baseball (MLB) held at the Oakland Coliseum in Oakland, California on the 17th (Korean time).

Choi Ji-man was diagnosed with a left rib sprain on the 15th of last month and was placed on the injured list (IL). On the 7th of this month, he suffered a bruise after being hit in the foot by his own batted ball during a rehabilitation game.

Ji-Man Choi, who returned 36 days after the game against the Arizona Diamondbacks on August 12, ended his comeback with no hits in two at-bats and one walk.

Ji-Man Choi has yet to have a hit in the eight games he has played since moving to San Diego.

The season batting average went down to 0.174 (15 hits in 86 at-bats).

Choi Ji-man, who walked in the top of the first inning, retired with a ground ball in the third inning, and struck out on a changeup with a full count on first base in the fifth inning with no outs.

He was replaced by pinch hitter Garrett Cooper ahead of the attack in the top of the 7th inning.

Ha-seong Kim played as the first hitter and second baseman, forming a ‘Korean duo’ with Ji-man Choi.

Ha-seong Kim, who had not had a hit in the last two games, contributed to the team's victory today with 1 hit in 4 at-bats, 1 walk, and 1 run.

His season batting average is 0.265 (133 hits in 501 at-bats).

Ha-seong Kim walked in the first inning and served as the leadoff hitter.

Afterwards, they scored first with Fernando Tatis Jr.'s double and Juan Soto's sacrifice fly.

Kim Ha-seong, who retired with a ground ball in the second inning, pushed a sinker that came toward him in the fourth inning with two outs and first base, leading 2-1, and pulled out a hit toward right field.

San Diego continued to attack and scored points with consecutive walks.

Ha-seong Kim struck out with a foul tip in the 5th inning with 2 outs and runners on third base after 4 fouls, and in the 8th inning with 1 out and no runner on base, he struck out on a swing on a slider that went outside after 3 fouls.

In the bottom of the 9th inning, with one out and runners on first base, Ha-seong Kim caught a ground ball that split the infield with his backhand and showed off an exquisite glove toss.

San Diego defeated Oakland 5-2 and won three games in a row.

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