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San Diego lost 2-5 to the Toronto Blue Jays

San Diego Padres’ Ha-Sung Kim (29) has a hit in five straight games.

San Diego lost 2-5 to the Toronto Blue Jays on April 21 at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA. It was the Padres’ third straight loss.

The Padres’ starting lineup for the game was Zander Bogaerts (second base), Fernando Tatis Jr. (right field), Jake Cronenweth (first base), Manny Machado (designated hitter), Jurickson Profar (left field), Ha Sung Kim (shortstop), Jackson Merrill (center field), Luis Camposano (catcher), and Graham Foley (third base). Randy Vasquez started on the mound.

Ha-Sung Kim went 1-for-4 with a walk and an RBI. He extended his hitting streak to five games and his on-base streak to nine games, raising his season total to 23 games (19-for-82) with three home runs, 13 RBI, 12 runs scored, four doubles and a .767 OPS. Campusano and Jose Azucar also had multi-hit performances.

Starter Randy Vazquez took the loss, allowing four runs (one earned) on five hits (one homer) with one walk and three strikeouts in five innings. Johnny Brito followed with three innings of one-hit, one-strikeout relief.

However, Yuki Matsui gave up a run in the ninth inning.

Toronto’s starting lineup was George Springer (right field), Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (first base), Bo Bieber (shortstop), Justin Turner (designated hitter), Dalton Basho (left field), Alejandro Kirk (catcher), Kevan Biggio (second base), Isaiah Keiner-Palepa (third base), and Kevin Kiermaier (center field). Jose Berrios started the game.

Berrios pitched six innings of five-hit ball, two walks and six strikeouts. The bullpen of Hennessey Cabrera (⅓ of an inning, one run), Imee Garcia (⅔ of an inning, one run), Eric Swanson (one inning, one run), and Jordan Romano (one inning, one run) 안전놀이터 추천 gave up the runs but preserved the win. At the plate, Dalton Bashaw went 3-for-4 with a double, a home run, three RBIs and two runs scored. Guerrero Jr. also had a multi-hit game.

Toronto put runners on first and third in the top of the first inning when Guerrero Jr. doubled and Basho reached on an error by the third baseman. Turner struck out, but Dalton Bashaw followed with a three-run homer to center field.

San Diego put runners on first and second in the bottom of the first after Cronenwirth walked and Machado singled.

But Profar struck out on a 94.7-mile-per-hour (152.4-kilometer-per-hour) four-pitch fastball. After the strikeout, Profar became emotional and the umpire called for him to leave the game. Manager Mike Schildt ran out to protest, and he too was ejected.

Toronto got on the board in the top of the second when Biggio drew a leadoff walk. Kiner-Palepa hit a grounder to third base to put runners on first and second, but Kiermeyer doubled to put runners on second and third, and Springer grounded out to second, but the throw home allowed Kiner-Palepa to score.

Kim Ha-seong led off the bottom of the second inning. He hit a 94.4 mph (151.9 km/h) four-seam sinker from Berrios, but it was thrown to second base.

San Diego put runners on first and second with one out in the fourth on singles by Cronenwirth and Jose Azorka. But Kim was thrown out at the plate when his bat spun on Berrios’ sixth pitch, an 84.7-mph (136.3-kilometer) slider. Merrill’s pitch took a curious course and could have been a lucky hit, but it was caught in the dirt by Kiermeyer in center field.

San Diego had another chance in the fifth, as Campusano led off with a single.

Foley grounded out, but Bogartz singled to put runners on first and second. After Tatis Jr. flied out to left field, Cronenwirth walked to load the bases with two outs, but Machado hit a grounder to third base to end the threat.

Kim walked on a four-pitch 86.5 mph (139.2 km/h) changeup from Berrios in the top of the sixth, but it was caught in right field. San Diego got one run back in the seventh when Bogartz singled to center with runners on second and third after a leadoff walk to Camposano and a double by Egui Rosario.

San Diego got on the board in the top of the eighth when Azokar doubled to center field. Ha-Sung Kim followed with an RBI single on a 93.3 mph (150.2 km/h) fastball from right-handed reliever Eric Swanson.

Toronto added a run in the top of the ninth when Basho led off with a single. Basho stole second and Kirk walked to put runners on first and third, and Ernie Clement followed with an RBI single to center to give Toronto one more run.

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