Kim stole 12 bases last year, 10 already this year

San Diego Padres’ Ha-Sung Kim (28) recorded double-digit stolen bases for the second straight year.

Kim went 1-for-4 with a walk, a hit, a stolen base and two runs scored while batting third in the lineup against the Miami Marlins on Sunday at Marlins Park in Miami, Florida, USA.

It was his 10th stolen base of the season, marking the second straight year he has recorded double-digit stolen bases. Kim, who stole 12 bases last year in his second year in the big leagues, is on pace to break his own single-season record with 10 stolen bases this season before he even rounds the bases.

After striking out swinging in the first inning, Kim led off the fourth inning trailing 1-0 and crushed a 96.8-mph (155.8-kilometer) four-seam fastball from starter Jesus Luzardo over the left field fence for a two-run double.

Kim didn’t stop there, stealing third base in the next at-bat against Fernando Tatis Jr. for the team’s first run of the day. He then came home on Tatis’ RBI double to tie the game 스포츠토토.

Two batters later in the fifth, he came around to score on a fly ball to left field.

With his team up 7-1 in the sixth, he struck again in his fourth at-bat with runners on first and third. He drew a walk against reliever Bat Barnes to load the bases and came home on a single by Tatis, Jr.

In the eighth, he was caught on a fly to left field.

San Diego cruised to a 10-1 victory over Miami. Kim’s two hits kept his season batting average at .241.

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