Pittsburgh Bae Ji-hwan Shows His First AAA Scorer in His 4th consecutive Multi-Hit Life
infielder Bae Ji-hwan, who plays for Triple-A (Indianapolis Indians) under the Pittsburgh Pirates, continued his multi-hit streak for four consecutive games.
Bae started as the sixth batter and left fielder in the last home game of six consecutive games against the Triple-A Memphis Redbirds under the St. Louis Cardinals, adding three hits and one RBI in four at-bats and two runs to raise his season batting average to 0.319. Not only did he firmly maintain his No. 1 batting average in the team, but he also rose to No. 2 in Triple-A’s overall batting average ranking. With the addition of stolen bases, the number of stolen bases in the season has also increased to 18.
As he added two points on the day, he tied for the first place in AAA’s overall scoring rankings, allowing him to see himself as the first minor league batting average/scoring No.
Japanese hitter Tsutsugo, who played with him, stepped down with no hits in one at-bat twice, but added an RBI 안전놀이터
Thanks to Bae Ji-hwan’s performance, Indianapolis also won 6-2 and won the last game of six consecutive home games, returning to a 50% winning rate.
Meanwhile, Cho Won-bin, who plays in the Rookie League (Florida Complex League) under St. Louis, will play the league again on the 27th based on local time after taking the entire league off