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“Trade versatile Kim Ha-Sung, bring in MVP Goldschmidt” SD media’s ridiculous suggestion

“Let’s use Ha-Sung Kim as a trade card”

‘Inside the Padres’, which covers the news of Major League Baseball’s San Diego Padres, reported on the 29th (KST) that Kim Ha-seong was being offered as a trade card.

“An expert suggested to general manager Preller that he trade Kim for a superstar bat,” the outlet said.

“Despite having one of the highest payrolls in the majors and superstars like Juan Soto, Fernando Tatis Jr. and Manny Machado anchoring the lineup, San Diego hasn’t won many games and is in fourth place in the NL West,” the article said.토토사이트

“But the Padres have beacons of hope outside the organization. Trade season is upon us, with an Aug. 1 deadline. The Padres could find a trade partner in a historic franchise that has fallen on hard times.”

According to “Inside the Padres,” Robbie Hyde of Bleacher Report suggested a trade that would “send versatile infielder Ha-Sung Kim to the St. Louis Cardinals for Paul Goldschmidt.

Goldschmidt is hitting .286/.376/.486 with 13 home runs and 40 RBIs this season. Goldschmidt won the National League MVP last year after batting .301 with 35 homers, 115 RBIs and a .981 OPS.

According to the publication, “Adding Goldschmidt to the San Diego lineup will help the Padres overcome their struggles. For St. Louis, adding Ha-Sung Kim would help improve a defense that has been a strength of the Cardinals for years, but has been surprisingly broken this season.”

The Reds are 33-45 (.423 winning percentage) and in last place in the National League Central. They are eight games out of first place Cincinnati and 7.5 games out of second place Milwaukee. Playoff chances are slim. They’re also 11 games back in the National League wild card race. It’s not out of the question that they could trade a key player if they get the right payroll.

Jake Cronenweth, who has been playing a lot of first base for San Diego, is struggling with a .663 OPS with seven home runs and 26 RBIs. Adding Goldschmidt at first base would be a huge boost to the offense.

Goldschmidt is under contract with the Reds through the 2024 season. A trade would put a year and a half under contract control.

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