‘Is it too much?’ Pittsburgh, 5 consecutive losses by overshooting Jurusa… Bae Ji-hwan also failed to steal

Did you say it was overpaid? The Pittsburgh Pirates collapsed on this day due to excessive base base greed.

Pittsburgh lost a home game 0-4 against the Toronto Blue Jays held at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA on the 6th (Korean time). With this loss, he fell into a 5-game losing streak and recorded 20 wins and 13 losses. Toronto broke the five-game losing streak and recorded 19-14.

Bae Ji-hwan, who played second baseman once, recorded no hits and one walk in three at-bats. The season batting average went down to 0.244. He was replaced by Key Brian Hays at defense in the top of the ninth after spraining his left ankle during his last at-bat in the eighth inning.

ㅋㅋㅋ벳 The start was good. After walking on base in his first at-bat, he easily stole second base. Season 14 stolen base.

He went one step further as he began to shake opposing starter Chris Bassett. An attempt to steal third base. However, Danny Jansen’s throw was neat. Known as Ryu Hyun-jin’s best friend, he put Bae Ji-hwan out with an accurate throw to third base. Third baseman Matt Chapman also skillfully put the nimble rookie out, blocking bases with his legs.

this was the beginning After that, Pittsburgh’s futile Jurusa continued. In the second inning, Rodolfo Castro, runner from 2nd, 1st and 3rd to 3rd base, took advantage of Bassett’s breaking ball to bounce and came home. However, the ball was too close to advance the base. In the end, it was out at home and the team blew a scoring opportunity.

In the 4th inning, Castro hit a clean left-handed hit with 2nd out and 1st base. The problem was that first base runner Carlos Santana was too greedy. Santana ran all the way to third base, but left fielder Whit Merrifield’s accurate throw to third base put him out.

Bassett, who overcame the crisis with the opponent’s base run miss, cruised until the 7th inning. He overwhelmed the Pittsburgh lineup by using various pitches, including a sinker with an average speed of 90.8 mph, a sweeper with an average speed of 72.8 mph, and a cutter with 87.1 mph. Final score: 7 innings, 4 hits, 4 walks, 5 strikeouts, no run.

Starter Rich Hill took too many long hits. He went down with 8 hits, 1 home run, 2 walks, 5 strikeouts and 4 runs in 5 1/3 innings.

All long hits allowed resulted in runs. In the first inning, after giving up a double to Bo Bisset, who passed the height of the center fielder, he allowed Vladimir Guerrero Jr. to hit left and allowed a run. In the fifth inning, he was hit with a two-run home run by George Springer at first base.

Without defensive help, the damage would have been greater. Shortstop Tucupita Macano jumped and caught Chapman’s hard hit in the fourth. Bae Ji-hwan also threw his body to catch Bisset’s well-hit ball in the 5th inning, receiving applause from the crowd. In the same inning 2nd out, Chapman’s left-middle slicing continued clean relay play and put the batter runner out from 3rd base.

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