Bae Ji-hwan, who overcame a ‘bizarre ball call’, transformed into a wild horse with a ‘fantastic home sweep from first base’! He was the only one to shine in the team’s defeat.

Pittsburgh Pirates’ Bae Ji-Hwan (24) overcame a questionable ball call to get a valuable hit. He followed it up with a spectacular bronco-like run to sweep home plate. His helmet came off. It was an unbelievable base-running play that defied human speed.
Bae started at first base and center field for the 2023 Major League Baseball (MLB) World Series against the Atlanta Braves at Truist Park in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, on Nov. 11, and went 1-for-4 with one run scored, one RBI and one strikeout.

After the game, Bae’s season batting average dropped from .250 to .245. After today’s game, Bae is batting .245 (69-for-282) with two home runs, 26 RBI, 46 runs scored, 14 doubles, one triple, 26 walks, 73 strikeouts, 22 stolen bases (seven stolen bases), a .306 on-base percentage, a .323 slugging percentage, and a .629 OPS (on-base plus slugging percentage) in 96 games.

Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Atlanta Braves Starting Lineup

The Pittsburgh Pirates’ starting batting order is Bae Ji-Hwan (second base)-Brian Reynolds (left field)-Kevin Hayes (designated hitter)-Jack Swinski (center field)-Robert Peguero (shortstop)-Josh Palacios (right field)-Jared Triolo (third base)-Alphonso Rivas (first base)-Jason Delay (catcher). The starting pitcher was Luis Ortiz, who was 4-4 with a 4.90 ERA on the season prior to this game.
The Atlanta Braves countered with a starting lineup of Ronald Acuna Jr. (right field)-Ozzie Albies (second base)-Austin Riley (third base)-Matt Olson (first base)-Marcell Osuna (designated hitter)-Eddie Rosario (left field)-Travis Dano (catcher)-Orlando Arcia (shortstop)-Michael Harris II (center field). Only the catcher changed from Sean Murphy to Travis d’Arnaud from the previous day (Tuesday). The starting pitcher was Alan Winnance, who was 1-1 with a 5.17 ERA this season.

Bae led off the first inning with a walk and picked off the first and second pitches outside the zone, then watched a high strike on the third pitch. The fourth was a deep ball on the body. He then took the fifth pitch, an 89.8-mph (144.5-kilometer) sinker outside, but backed off with a grounder in front of the pitcher. The pitch bounced once and landed in the pitcher’s glove, and Bae didn’t force himself to sprint. 온라인카지노

Bae stepped to the plate for the second time in the top of the third inning with the score still tied at 0-0. After fouling off the first pitch toward third base, he picked the second pitch high in the zone. The third pitch was a 79.3-mph (127.6-kilometer) slider that dropped toward him and was called a foul-tipped strike. In the fourth, he pushed a low 83.9 mph (135 km/h) changeup away from him, but it was driven straight to left field.

Bae took a moment to catch his breath after a questionable first-pitch call, then came through with a clean hit and a wild pitch to give his team the lead.

And in the top of the sixth inning. Bae showed his true colors. Winnans’ 88.2-mph (141.8-kilometer) sinker dug deep into Bae’s body, but umpire Bill Miller ruled it out.

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