Bae Ji-hwan added a hit to his multi-hit performance the day before.
Bae Ji-hwan of the Pittsburgh Pirates of Major League Baseball batted sixth in the lineup against the San Francisco Giants at Oracle Park in San Francisco, California, on 30 May (KST).
Bae, who had recorded his 10th multi-hit game of the season the previous day against the Seattle Mariners, once again showed off his improved hitting in May by going 1-for-4 with a run scored. 11th consecutive game with a hit. With the multi-hit game against Seattle, Bae improved his season batting average to 2-for-7 after dropping to 2-for-3.안전놀이터
Bae walked with the bases loaded in the second inning and was retired on a fielder’s choice. In the fifth inning, he had a chance as a leadoff hitter. However, he touched the first pitch and had to settle for another infield grounder.
His next hit came in the seventh inning. Down 1-6, Pittsburgh rallied with a leadoff single by Swinski. The No. 5 hit a double, and Bae Ji-Hwan singled to centre with two outs. His 39th hit of the season. However, the runner from second was thrown out at third base. Bae advanced to third on the next batter’s infield grounder, but was unable to cross home plate to score. He remained 12-for-23 on the season.
His final at-bat came in the ninth inning. The same as the seventh inning, Swinski, number four, led off with another solo home run. But with the bases loaded, Bae fouled off another fastball and grounded out. With his 1-for-4 performance, he remained at 2-for-7 on the season.
Pittsburgh gave up two big innings, a five-run second and an eight-run seventh, to fall to 4-14. It was their third straight loss.