‘Multi-hit’ Bae Ji-hwan’s half regret and half regret
Bae Ji-hwan (Pittsburgh) even with multiple hits and unable to laugh.
Bae Ji-hwan started as the 8th hitter and second baseman in the home game against the Texas Rangers held at PNC Park on the 24th (Korean time). He continued his five-game hitting streak, going 2-for-3. His batting average rose to 0.264. He showed a good sense of hitting, but it was a game with great regret.
Bae Ji-hwan, who came to bat as the lead batter at the end of the 3rd inning, struck off a left-handed hit against starting pitcher Nathan Eboldi. Now it’s time to score.
Bae Ji-hwan, who was attacking, and the defenders’ fight continued. The Texas Battery, which was aware of Bae Ji-hwan’s quick feet early on, threw a check ball several times. In the end, Bae Ji-hwan was out. Coach Shelton requested a challenge (video review), but the decision was not overturned. keep centrifugal. Eventually, Bae Ji-hwan returned to dugout.
An opportunity to make amends has arrived. In the bottom of the eighth, he hit a ground ball that landed in front of the third baseman, but quickly got to the base and turned it into an infield hit. Bae Ji-hwan, who settled on first base, quickly returned to second base while running to third base after Andrew McCutchen’s hit. The verdict is tag out.안전놀이터
Director Shelton requested another video review. In this scene, Bae Ji-hwan’s hand seemed to touch the base first. But this time, the judgment did not change. Hits became pointless again.
Bae Ji-hwan has been talked about a lot locally and domestically for his recent frequent jurusa. It means that there is a lot of interest. Since he is a rookie with more to show in the future, he has to use this as a stepping stone. He seems to have to properly balance his strengths and wills and make quick judgments.