0 – In Korea, outfielder Hyun Soo Kim had a career on-base percentage of .406, 92 points above his career .312 batting average. He walked nearly every other game. In 10 games this spring (24 at-bats), Kim hasn't drawn a walk, and only just got on base Thursday with a hit-by-pitch and an infield single. Coincidentally, the top five Orioles in terms of at-bats this spring — Kim, outfielder Joey Rickard (24 at-bats), outfielder Mark Trumbo (21 at-bats), second baseman Jonathan Schoop (20 at-bats), and outfielder Dariel Alvarez (17 at-bats) — have combined to not walk at all since Grapefruit League action began. I'll write it off as being spring training and the swings being more important than the discerning batting eye, but it's a bit striking.