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2023 4412.9 84 17 60 75 38 .260
2022 3452.3 58 11 59 51 12 .252
3y Avg. 3152.3 56 12 51 49 19 .245
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  • Padres' Ha-Seong Kim: Shifting to shortstop full-time

    Padres manager Mike Shildt said Friday that Kim will be the team's starting shortstop this season, Dennis Lin of The Athletic reports. Xander Bogaerts will shift to second base to form the Padres' new double-play combo. Bogaerts has never played second base before and his defensive metrics at shortstop recently have been solid. However, Kim is undoubtedly the superior defender at short and the Padres don't seem to have any concern about Bogaerts' ability to adapt to the keystone.
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  • Padres' Ha-Seong Kim: Goes 4-for-5 with two thefts

    Kim went 4-for-5 with a double, one run scored and two steals in Saturday's win over the White Sox. Kim snapped an 0-for-17 skid in a big way Saturday, collecting three singles and a double while stealing third base twice. The 27-year-old breakout player has slowed down at the plate in September, hitting just .184 with three doubles, zero home runs, seven RBI, eight runs and nine steals across 99 plate appearances. Despite his relatively lethargic finish, the third-year infielder took a huge step forward in the 2023 campaign, posting a .262/.354/.401 season-long slash line and collecting 140 hits, 75 walks, 17 home runs, 84 runs and 38 stolen bases over 151 games (621 plate appearances) -- all career highs.
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  • Padres' Ha-Seong Kim: Held out again Wednesday

    Kim (abdomen) remains out of the lineup for Wednesday's game versus the Rockies, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Kim has been battling some abdominal soreness since the weekend and will miss a fourth straight start. The Padres will go with Matthew Batten again at second base Wednesday.
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  • Padres' Ha-Seong Kim: Out with sore abdomen

    Kim (abdomen) remains out of the lineup Tuesday against the Rockies. This is the third straight absence for Kim, who came down with some abdominal discomfort over the weekend and is still being evaluated. Matthew Batten will play second base and bat seventh for the Padres on Tuesday versus Colorado.
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  • Padres' Ha-Seong Kim: Still feeling soreness

    Kim "is still experiencing some abdominal discomfort," Annie Heilbrunn of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Kim was scratched from the lineup for Sunday's contest due to the soreness, and according to the report the team is still trying to identify what exactly is ailing him. One way or another, Kim will not start Monday for a second straight day.
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  • Padres' Ha-Seong Kim: Scratched Sunday

    Kim was scratched from Sunday's lineup against the Athletics for unspecified reasons. Kim was penciled in to start at second base and bat leadoff Sunday, per usual, but the Padres released an updated lineup that excludes him. Assuming the 27-year-old is dealing with an injury, the team should provide more information in the near future. Matthew Batten will shift to the keystone while Eguy Rosario starts at third base. Jurickson Profar is now batting atop the order.
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  • Padres' Ha-Seong Kim: Swift on basepaths Friday

    Kim went 0-for-5 with a walk and a stolen base in Friday's 8-3 win against Oakland. Kim wasn't able to record a hit in the contest, but he still tied together something for his fantasy managers to smile about with a sixth-inning steal. The theft was his 36th of the season, tied for seventh-most in the majors. Kim has been tailor-made for the Padres' leadoff spot with an 85th percentile walk rate (11.9 percent) and 80th percentile sprint speed, and he's added some pop with 17 homers along with 58 RBI, 80 runs and a .266/.356/.408 slash line over 578 plate appearances. Kim did turn his ankle on his stolen base Friday but stayed in the game and is expected to play Saturday, per the Associated Press.
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  • Padres' Ha-Seong Kim: Day off Tuesday

    Kim isn't in the Padres' lineup Tuesday against the Dodgers. Kim will get a rare day off Tuesday after slashing just .195/.267/.195 across 46 plate appearances since Sept. 1. Matthew Batten will start at second base Tuesday while Eguy Rosario gets the nod at third and bats ninth.
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  • Padres' Ha-Seong Kim: Registers 35th steal

    Kim went 1-for-4 with one RBI, one stolen base and one run scored in Monday's 11-8 win over the Dodgers. Kim's hitting has dropped off a bit in September -- he's gone 8-for-41 (.195) this month, but he's still managed to pick up six steals in his last 10 games. The infielder is up to 35 steals this season, good for eighth in the majors. He's also slashing .270/.361/.416 with 17 home runs, 58 RBI, 80 runs scored and 20 doubles over 140 games.
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  • Padres' Ha-Seong Kim: Runs wild Friday

    Kim went 2-for-4 with a walk, two RBI, three stolen bases and two runs scored in Friday's 11-2 win over the Astros. Kim did his part to get on base, and he also showed no hesitation on the basepaths Friday. The infielder has stolen multiple bases in five games this year, including a pair of three-steal efforts. For the year, he's 34-for-42 on pilfers while slashing a reliable .273/.364/.422 with 17 home runs, 57 RBI and 79 runs scored over 137 contests. He continues to hit well from the top of the Padres' order.
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  • Padres' Ha-Seong Kim: Collects two thefts Sunday

    Kim went 1-for-3 with a walk and two stolen bases Sunday in a 4-0 victory over the Giants. Kim singled to lead off the bottom of the first inning and quickly stole second base before being wiped out at third on a fielder's choice. He added a walk and another theft in the fourth frame. Kim is up to 31 steals on the season, eighth-most in the majors. He's added 17 homers, 52 RBI, 77 runs and a .275/.365/.429 slash line in what has been a breakout campaign.
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  • Padres' Ha-Seong Kim: Goes deep Saturday

    Kim went 1-for-8 with a solo home run and a walk across both games of Saturday's doubleheader against Arizona. Kim had a nice start to the twin bill, leading off the Padres' half of the first inning with a solo shot in Game 1. That was his only hit of the day, though he did work a walk in the nightcap. Since his 16-game hitting streak came to an end Aug. 12, Kim has come back down to earth a bit, slashing .162/.205/.297 over his subsequent nine contests.
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  • Padres' Ha-Seong Kim: Racks up three steals Wednesday

    Kim went 1-for-3 with a walk, three stolen bases and a run scored in Wednesday's 6-1 loss to the Mariners. Kim extended his hitting streak to 15 games. He's gone 22-for-53 (.415) with nine steals in that span. The surge at the plate has lifted the infielder's slash line to .288/.384/.451 with 27 steals, 15 home runs, 41 RBI and 63 runs scored through 433 plate appearances this season.
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  • Padres' Ha-Seong Kim: Records two steals in loss

    Kim went 2-for-4 with a walk and two stolen bases in Friday's 10-5 loss to the Dodgers. Kim has shown no hesitation with six stolen bases during his 10-game hitting streak, a span in which he's batting .471 (16-for-34). The infielder's impressive stretch has him up to 24 thefts this season, and he's maintained a .287/.382/.458 slash line with 15 home runs, 41 RBI and 60 runs scored over 105 contests. With both willingness and ample opportunity to run, Kim has emerged as a strong leadoff hitter for the Padres in his third major-league campaign.
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  • Padres' Ha-Seong Kim: Leading off Monday

    Kim (shoulder) is leading off and serving as the designated hitter Monday in Colorado. He exited Sunday's game with a jammed right shoulder but won't miss any further time with the issue, although he'll be spared from his defensive duties Monday. Kim is slashing .341/.451/.553 with five home runs, eight steals and more walks (15) than strikeouts (14) in 85 at-bats this month.
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  • Padres' Ha-Seong Kim: Considered day-to-day

    Kim is considered day-to-day with a jammed right shoulder, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Kim was removed from Sunday's game against the Rangers after hurting his shoulder while sliding into home. While he's considered day-to-day, manager Bob Melvin said that it's unlikely Kim plays Monday against Colorado.
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  • Padres' Ha-Seong Kim: Exits with apparent injury

    Kim exited Sunday's game against the Rangers in the bottom of the third inning due to an apparent right shoulder injury, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Kim appeared to hurt his right shoulder on a collision while sliding into home on a sacrifice fly, and he immediately headed to the clubhouse under his own power. The severity of his injury isn't yet clear, but he was replaced by Matthew Batten at second base in the top of the fourth inning.
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  • Padres' Ha-Seong Kim: Continues hot hitting Saturday

    Kim went 3-for-4 with a solo home run, two walks and two total runs in Saturday's 14-3 rout of the Tigers. Kim reached five times in the contest to set the table from atop the lineup on a very productive day for San Diego's offense. When the shortstop hit a solo shot to left field in the seventh inning, he established a new career-best mark with his 12th homer of the campaign. Kim has four multi-hit performance in nine games since the All-Star break, slashing .342/.419/.553 with a pair of long balls, three RBI, seven runs and two stolen bases over that span.
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  • Padres' Ha-Seong Kim: Not in lineup

    Kim is absent from the lineup for Thursday's game in Toronto. It would appear to be a routine day of rest for Kim. Jake Cronenworth will slide over to handle second base while Alfonso Rivas gets the start at first base.
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  • Padres' Ha-Seong Kim: Rejoins lineup Sunday

    Kim (toe) is starting at second base and batting leadoff Sunday against the Mets, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. The 27-year-old sat out Saturday after he jammed his right big toe during Friday's contest, but he'll return to action for the final game before the All-Star break. Kim has enjoyed a strong finish to the first half of the season with a .968 OPS, five homers and five steals in his past 21 games.
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