Kim named BA’s ‘best second baseman

Kim was named the best second baseman by the Boston Athletics (BA) and went 0-for-3 against the Phillies.

Kim Ha-seong, 27, of the San Diego Padres, has been named the best defensive second baseman in Major League Baseball, according to a poll of managers, scouts, and officials.

In the “Most Talented Players” poll released by Baseball America (BA) on July 7, Kim was ranked No. 1 in the “Defensive Second Base” category.

Second place went to Nico Horner (Chicago Cubs) and third to Ozzie Albies (Atlanta Braves).

Last year, Kim was one of three finalists for the National League Gold Glove Award at shortstop, but he lost out to Dansby Swanson (then Atlanta Braves, now Cubs).

Playing primarily at second base this year, Kim is looking to become the first Korean major leaguer to win a Gold Glove.

Kim is +14 in Defensive Runs Saved (DRS), a measure of how well a player’s defense prevents runs from scoring, which ranks eighth among all major league infielders.

He also plays third base and shortstop, which hurts his DRS.

Kim is +8 in DRS at second base, which ranks fifth among all second basemen in the majors.

However, a group of experts, including major league managers, rated him as the “best second baseman” in the game.

Kim started at second base in the leadoff spot against the Philadelphia Phillies at Petco Park in San Diego, California, and went 1-for-3 with a walk and three strikeouts.

After fumbling his bat on Zack Wheeler’s 155-mile-per-hour fastball in the first inning, Kim struck out swinging on a fastball in the fourth.

He drew a walk in the sixth, but was fooled by a Jeff Hoffman slider in the eighth.

It was the seventh time this season that Kim struck out at least three times in a game.

Kim’s season batting average dropped from .273 to .271 (128-for-472).

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