Bae Ji-hwan No. 12 success of ‘stealing second place jump’, followed by Akuna by 2 cars

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Pittsburgh Pirates Bae Ji-hwan rose to second place alone in the stolen base category.

Bae Ji-hwan added one stolen base in an away game against the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field on the 4th (hereafter Korean time).

Bae Ji-hwan, who started as the 8th second baseman, got on base with a bunt hit in the second at-bat in the top of the 4th inning, trailing 1-3, and immediately stole second base. Bae Ji-hwan, who was at bat after the second death, put his bat out 토토사이트 to opponent starter Shane McClarnahan’s second pitch, a 95.3-mile fastball, and bunted toward second base. Bae Ji-hwan arrived at first base before Tampa Bay second baseman Brandon Law could catch it.

After stealing bases from Austin Hedges at bat, Bae Ji-hwan advanced to third base with a wild throw from the opponent. Bae Ji-hwan, who started with a ball count of 2S, settled down comfortably on second base, and advanced to third base while McClarnahan’s 85.4 mile changeup on the third pitch veered far from the catcher’s mitt and became a wild throw. However, he failed to reach home due to a follow-up hit.

Bae Ji-hwan added a stolen base three days after the Washington Nationals game on the 1st.

Bae Ji-hwan, who succeeded in stealing his 12th base of the season, trailed Ronald Acuna Jr. of the Atlanta Braves, who ranked first overall in this category, by two runs. Acuna Junior recorded 14 stolen bases against the New York Mets the day before.

Bae Ji-hwan got on base with a walk after a full-count battle with McClarnahan in the first at-bat in the second inning.

Meanwhile, Pittsburgh coach Derek Shelton was ejected for appealing to the third base umpire right after Bae Ji-hwan went on base with a bunt hit in the fourth inning. The content of the appeal is unknown.

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