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San Francisco 6, Colorado 6 (tie, 10 innings)

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) -- Colorado Rockies pitcher Byung-Hyun Kim
strained his right hamstring running the bases Tuesday during a
6-6, 10-inning tie against the San Francisco Giants.

Kim, who pitched four games for South Korea in the World
Baseball Classic, pitched two innings Tuesday, then batted in the
seventh and walked. Cory Sullivan doubled and Kim appeared to get
hurt when he rounded third. He limped home and was tagged out.

Colorado manager Clint Hurdle said Kim's injury will open an
opportunity for other starting hopefuls.

"It's a situation we can live with because we worked to create
the depth we have," Hurdle said. "We have people in place to step
up. We have the depth to be able to deal with things like this
now."

The 27-year-old Kim was 5-12 last year for Colorado with a 4.86
ERA, moving from closer to the rotation. He was 1-0 in the WBC,
allowing three earned runs in 4 2-3 innings.

Among the candidates to replace Kim in the rotation is Zach Day,
who allowed four runs and seven hits in five innings Tuesday. Josh
Fogg and Sun-Woo Kim also are competing for a starting slot.

Abraham Nunez hit a two-run homer in the second off Day.

Jamey Wright, slated to be San Francisco's fifth starter, gave
up two runs -- the first off him in spring training this year -- and
seven hits in four innings.

Colorado's Todd Helton had a three-run homer, and Matt Holliday
hit a solo homer.