Bae Ji-hwan (24, Pittsburgh Pirates) broke his team’s 4-game losing streak by scoring 2 RBIs.
In the match against the Baltimore Orioles held on the 15th (Korean time) at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland, USA, Pittsburgh led the way with Bae Ji-hwan’s performance of 4 at-bats, 1 hit and 2 RBIs, and starting pitcher Mitch Keller’s 4 hits in 7 innings, 13 strikeouts and no runs. won by -0. With this win, they broke off a four-game losing streak.
Pittsburgh hasn’t been in a good mood on the bench lately. They suffered 4 consecutive losses as the batting line remained silent day after day. The total number of runs scored by batters during this period was 7. The losing streak extended as they failed to score 2 points per game. On this day, too, the batting line did not explode hotly. However, Bae Ji-hwan, who came out as second baseman at number 7, scored a decisive 2 RBIs and became the number one contributor to the escape from 4 consecutive losses.
Pittsburgh took the lead. In the top of the first inning, Andrew McCutchen and Brian Reynolds scored consecutive hits on first and third base. Third base runner McCutchen stepped home when Carlos Santana’s follow-up hitter grounded second baseman. Pittsburgh ran away three more times. Leading batter Reynolds struck out on a swing, but the ball slipped backwards and hit first base with a knockout. Then, on 1st, 1st and 3rd base, which continued with Jack Suwinsky’s walk, Kibrian Hayes scored a right-handed hit that went out of the infield and ran away 2-0.
Pittsburgh continued the chance with a bunt from follow-up hitter Tucupita Marcano to 2nd, 2nd and 3rd base. And Bae Ji-hwan, who entered the plate, hit the first pitch of opponent starting pitcher Kyle Gibson and connected it with two RBIs in a timely manner. He pulled the cutter at 148 km/h and penetrated between the first and second basemen.
This RBI became the key point of the day. In Pittsburgh, starting pitcher Keller threw 93 pitches in 7 innings, striking out 13 with 4 hits and no runs. The bullpen then blocked the remaining two innings without allowing a run, and kept the victory 4-0. On the other hand, the Orioles lost their last four wins in a row as Gibson was sluggish with 7 hits, 3 walks and 4 runs in 5 innings.
Meanwhile, on the same day,카지노사이트 San Diego Padres’ Kim Ha-seong went silent against the Los Angeles Dodgers, going 0-for-3. He came out to second base seven times, hit a straight hit to second base in the second inning, and struck out in the fifth and seventh innings, retiring. In the 5th inning against starting pitcher Tony Gonsolin, he was persistent, but expressed regret when the 11th fastball, which fell far outside, was judged as a strike. San Diego lost 0-4, making it their fifth straight game.