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05/23/2006 9:40 PM ET
Rockies reinstate RHP Sun-Woo Kim from 15-day DL; option RHP Scott Dohmann to Triple-A
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DENVER -- The Colorado Rockies announced this afternoon that they have reinstated right-handed pitcher Sun-Woo Kim off the 15-day disabled list. To make room on the roster for Kim, the club has optioned right-handed pitcher Scott Dohmann to Triple-A Colorado Springs.

Sun-Woo Kim, 28, was placed on the disabled list on April 18 (retro to April 15) with a right shin contusion. Kim made five rehab starts for Colorado Springs, going 2-2 with a 4.25 ERA (29 2/3 innings, 14 earned runs). He pitched at least five innings in each of his final four outings with the Sky Sox, including eight shutout frames on May 13 at Omaha, allowing just one hit in that game. His last appearance came on Thursday vs. New Orleans, resulting in a no-decision (seven innings, 10 hits, four runs, one strikeout, 0 walks).

Kim has no record and a 19.80 ERA (five innings, 11 earned runs) in three relief appearances for the Rockies this season. His last Major League appearance came on April 14 vs. Philadelphia. Kim pitched in just one Spring Training game with Colorado, as he was out of Rockies camp from Feb. 23-March 19 while pitching for Korea in the World Baseball Classic. He appeared in just one game in the WBC, starting on March 5 at Japan (no-decision, 3 1/3 innings, seven hits, two earned runs, no walks, 1 strikeout).

Dohmann has no record with a 4.76 ERA (11 1/3 innings, six earned runs) in 13 relief appearances for Colorado this season. He began the year on the disabled list with a viral infection before being activated on April 18. Dohmann has held the opposition scoreless in nine of his 13 Major League outings this season.

With these moves, the Rockies still have 40 players on the club's 40-man roster.

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