Bae Ji-hwan, who took a day off, 3 at-bats and 1 hit, ‘multiple on base’… Kim Ha-seong, 1 hit, 1 run

Bae Ji-hwan (24, Pittsburgh), who returned from a day off, succeeded in reaching base multiple times and showed off a sense of hitting that did not cool down.

Bae Ji-hwan started as the 8th hitter and center fielder in the home game against Oakland in the Major League (MLB), which was held at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA on the 8th.

In the first at-bat in the third inning, trailing 1-7, he made a hit to the shortstop infield against opposing starter Hogan Harris, and then used his quick feet to connect it with a hit.

Bae Ji-hwan, who had been dragged 3-7 by a shortstop grounder in the 4th inning, hit a shortstop straight hit in the at-bat after the gap went up to 6 points in the 7th inning.

In the last at-bat in the ninth inning, where the score was 4-9, he walked and went on base.

Bae Ji-hwan succeeded in multi-on-base in three consecutive games, and his season batting average rose slightly to 0.276. Pittsburgh lost 5-9.

Meanwhile, Kim Ha-seong (28, San Diego), who had been silent the previous day, started as the 7th hitter and shortstop against Seattle and produced a hit.

Kim Ha-seong, who started as the lead batter in the 7th inning, made a left-handed hit against Chris Flexen, who had experience playing for Doosan in the KBO League.

After that, Ha-seong Kim stepped home when Trent Grisham’s walk, Flexen’s wild throw, and Fernando Tatis Jr.’s infield grounder.안전놀이터

In other at-bats, Kim Ha-seong withdrew with three strikeouts and a shortstop grounder, leaving behind regrets, but San Diego won 10-3 with the team’s batting line exploding.

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