I stole it today too Pittsburgh Bae Ji-hwan scored three hits and three steals
Now the expression ‘Daedo’ is right. Pittsburgh Pirates Bae Ji-hwan (24) hit three hits to achieve double-digit steals.
Bae Ji-hwan started as the eighth batter and second baseman in the game against the LA Dodgers at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on the 27th (Korea time) and recorded three steals with three hits, one RBI, two runs, and one strikeout. Bae Ji-hwan, who had two hits and two steals in four at-bats in the previous day’s game, achieved multi-hit and multi-throwing for two consecutive days. His season batting average went up from 0.224 to 0.264 (18 hits in 71 at-bats).
In his first at-bat in the third inning, he struck out swinging on a ball from starter Tony Gonsolin. However, in his second at-bat as the leadoff hitter in the fifth inning, he hit Phil Bigford’s first high fastball to make a heavy hit.
For Bae Ji-hwan, a single hit was nothing short of a double. He immediately stole second base at No. 9 Jason Delay’s at-bat. The eighth stolen base of the season. The steal was a run. Brian Reynolds’ timely hit homered
Bae Ji-hwan also hit a hit in his third at-bat in the sixth inning with a 2-0 lead. He pushed left-hander Justin Bruele’s slider to make a ball that escaped to the side of shortstop. One out, first and third base. Bae Ji-hwan’s feet didn’t stop. He ran straight to second base. However, batter Delay hit a ground ball to the pitcher and failed to steal. But this time, he stole third base right away. He took the timing perfectly so that the catcher could not even throw. Bae Ji-hwan even scored his second run as Rodolfo Castro’s left-handed hit exploded.
Bae Ji-hwan excitedly turned the bat even in the seventh inning with two outs and runners on first and second bases with a 5-0 lead. He hit a grounder to third base against Alex Besia, and third baseman Michael Bush threw the ball to second base, not first base, as if conscious of Bae Ji-hwan’s foot. But safe. In the meantime, Tucupita Marcano, who was the second baseman, turned third base and came home. The recorder acknowledged Bae Ji-wan’s infield hit and went up to the RBI 토토사이트추천
Second baseman Castro and first baseman Bae Ji-hwan made double steals. Bae Ji-hwan has achieved 10 steals this season for the first time since entering the Major League. It is the first time that he has succeeded in stealing three bases in one game. He moved up to second place by catching up with Ronald Acuña (Atlanta Braves), the No. 1 stolen base in the National League. Bae Ji-hwan scored his third point as Delay’s double exploded. Pittsburgh, which showed its full mobility, including Bae Ji-hwan, avenged its defeat the previous day with an 8-1 victory