Kwang Hyun Kim returned from the injured list (back) on Tuesday and pitched six effective innings against Miami, yielding three hits and an earned run while issuing a season-high five walks. Kim also added six strikeouts in a no-decision.
Even despite all the walks, Kim (102 pitches) was finally able to complete six innings of work for the first time all season. An RBI single by Adam Duvall in the third inning accounted for the only damage against the left-hander. Kim (3.72 ERA, 1.35 WHIP) will look to build on tonight's performance with a tough matchup against the Braves this weekend.