The Pittsburgh Pirates’ new engine overheated as it struggled to perform

The Pittsburgh Pirates’ new engine overheated as it struggled to perform.

Bae Ji-hwan (25-Pittsburgh Pirates) went 0-for-4 with a walk in the ninth inning of the 2024 Major League Baseball home game against the San Francisco Giants at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on Thursday.

Bae had one day of rest after being called up to the major leagues on April 22nd. He was named to the starting lineup two days later, but was unable to build on the momentum of his first day of action, when he went 1-for-3 with one run, one RBI, one walk, one stolen base and one run scored.

Bae led off the top of the third inning with a single and grounded out to third base. After watching San Francisco right-hander Mason Black’s first-pitch strike, 안전놀이터 추천 he couldn’t get a good look at the second pitch, a 92.8-mph (149-kilometer) sinker.

With the bases loaded and two outs in the fourth inning with a 5-1 lead, he worked a 2B-0S favorable count and then took Black’s 93.4-mph (150-kilometer) third-pitch sinker for a line drive out to left field.

Still leading 5-1 in the sixth,

Joey Bart stole second, putting runners in scoring position with two outs. This time, he faced Taylor Rogers and tried to bunt on a 93.7-mph (150-kilometer) sinker two pitches after the first pitch, but was unsuccessful.

Bae stole first base in his final at-bat. Trailing 6-7 in the top of the ninth, he took Tyler Rogers’ 82.8-mph (133-kilometer) sinker and hit it hard to the shortstop, where San Francisco shortstop Marco Luciano made a throwing error.

Andrew McCutchen followed with a foul fly to the first baseman to put runners at first and second. The next batter, Brian Reynolds, attempted to steal second on a wild pitch, but was thrown out at the plate by catcher Patrick Bailey. Reynolds followed with a single to left, making Bae’s attempted and failed steal even more frustrating. Connor Cho then fouled out to first base to end the game.

Without a hit, 카지노사이트 순위 Bae’s season batting average dropped from 3-for-3 to 1-for-4.

Pittsburgh blew a 6-2 lead in the eighth inning and gave up five runs in a heartbreaking 6-7 loss. The Pirates dropped their second straight come-from-behind loss to San Francisco and remained in fourth place in the National League Central (23-28).

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