Choi fails to get a chance as designated hitter and first baseman…benched for second straight day, Kim resumes hitting

Choi Ji-Man (San Diego Padres) is going through an unexpected ordeal.온라인카지노

Choi did not play in the San Diego Padres’ 2023 Major League Baseball game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona, on Thursday (14 July). It was his second straight day on the bench.

Choi has gone 0-for-11 since switching to a San Diego uniform.

San Diego made the trade in hopes that Choi would be a one-hit wonder.

However, he has yet to find his groove with his new team.

According to CBS Sports, “Choi’s recent struggles have prompted the Padres to use other players at designated hitter instead.”

Shortstop Xander Bogaerts was the designated hitter today, with Ha Sung Kim at shortstop, Jake Cronenweth at second base and Garrett Cooper at first base.

The day before, Fernando Tatis Jr. was the designated hitter, while Choi was on the bench.

Choi is not only being used as a designated hitter, but also at first base.

Meanwhile, Ha-Sung Kim, who saw his streak of consecutive games with a hit halted at 16, had a multi-hit day, going 1-for-4 with a double and a walk.

San Diego fell to 4-5.

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