No hits in 5 consecutive games.
Bae Ji-hwan of the Pittsburgh Pirates of the U.S. Major League Baseball continued his exciting streak of hitting in five consecutive games.
Bae Ji-hwan started as first and second baseman in the away game against the Atlanta Braves held at Truist Park in Atlanta, Georgia, USA on the 11th (Korean time). Bae Ji-hwan, who has recently continued to play as a leadoff player, added one hit on this day and recorded a hit in five consecutive games.
Bae Ji-hwan retired with a pitcher’s ground ball in the first inning and an outfield fly in the third inning. There was only one hit that day, but it came when it mattered. Bae Ji-hwan hit a hit in his third at-bat in the top of the sixth inning, when both teams were tied 0-0, with one out and no runners on base. He caught the ball from opposing starting pitcher Winans, who was struggling in a 1B1S situation, and sent it to center field. Ji-hwan Bae has hit in five consecutive games since the game against the Milwaukee Brewers on the 6th. He only needs to hit in one more game to tie his record for most consecutive games of the season, which is six.카지노사이트
Bae Ji-hwan’s hit led to Pittsburgh’s first run. Bae Ji-hwan sprinted to home when follow-up batter Brian Reynolds hit a double, giving the team a valuable first-run point. Scored his 46th goal of the season.
But the joy didn’t last long. Ji-hwan Bae struck out in his last at-bat in the 8th inning. Pittsburgh, which scored the first run thanks to Bae Ji-hwan and took the lead thanks to Swinski’s RBI double, gave up 4 runs at once in the bottom of the 7th inning and lost 2-5. Bae Ji-hwan maintained his season batting average at .244.5.