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Bae Ji-hwan finally made his Major League Baseball debut

After starting the season in the minors due to injury, Bae Ji-hwan Bae, 24, of the Pittsburgh Pirates, finally made his Major League Baseball (MLB) debut.

Bae was called up to start in the No. 9 spot in the lineup against the San Francisco Giants at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on April 22. The Koreans would have faced off against each other that day, but due to Lee Jung-hoo’s injury, it won’t be until next season.

Bae drew a full-count walk in his second at-bat with the bases loaded in the fifth inning. He then showed off his quick feet to steal second on Andrew McCutchen’s at-bat. 토토사이트 Bae advanced to third on McCutchen’s infield single and scored on Brian Reynolds’ grounder to center. The run cut Pittsburgh’s lead to 2-4.

In the bottom of the ninth,

Bae stepped to the plate for the fourth time with the bases loaded. He took a sinker from Camelio Doval for a single to right field, allowing the runner from third base to score. Bae then came home on Cruz’s single to right.

Bae’s play turned the game around and sent it into extra innings. In the 10th inning, they won the game 7-6.

Bae went 1-for-3 with a home run, a walk, a stolen base, and two runs scored. After batting .231 with two home runs, 24 doubles, 32 RBIs and 54 runs scored in 111 games last season, Bae suffered a hip injury in spring training. He started the season on the disabled list (IL), and even after recovering, instead of being promoted to the big leagues, 사설 토토사이트 he played for the Indianapolis Indians, the club’s Triple-A affiliate.

In 27 games at Triple-A, Bae hit .367 with four home runs, seven doubles, 15 RBI, 23 runs scored, and a 1.030 OPS (on-base plus slugging percentage).


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