Pittsburgh sweeps Colorado away with a big win… Bae Ji-hwan also hits 1

The Pittsburgh Pirates swept the Colorado expedition.

Pittsburgh won 14-3 in an away game against the Colorado Rockies held at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado on the 20th (Korean time).

This victory marked the second sweep of the season following the preceding Boston expedition. It is the first time since a four-game sweep in August 2019 that a sweep was recorded on an expedition to Colorado.

Bae Ji-hwan, who started the game from the bench, was substituted before the defense in the bottom of the 5th inning and recorded 1 hit, 1 walk and 1 run in 1 at bat.

A sudden variable occurred in the attack in the 5th inning. Brian Reynolds was ordered off by referee Adam Beck after showing strong dissatisfaction with the strike zone decision after a looking strikeout. Jack Suwinsky moved from center fielder to left fielder, and Bae Ji-hwan was put in center fielder.

In the top of the seventh inning, he came out as the leadoff batter and recorded a hit to left. He lightly touched the outside cutter on a 0-2 count against a left-handed tie-block, resulting in a batted ball that exited beside third baseman. The course was good, but left fielder Jurickson Profar caught it quickly and became a single hit. It was disappointing that there was no follow-up hit and it ended up being left behind.

In the ninth, he got on base after picking a walk against fielder Harold Castro. Castro’s ball went too far out of the strike zone. Afterwards, Kanan Smith-Nzigba’s sacrifice fly hit home.

Colorado took an early lead on the day, scoring 5 points in the first inning and 4 points in the second inning. In the first inning, Andrew McCutchen’s double hit the lead, Carlos Santana’s left-handed hit, Conor Joe’s double to center field, and Jason DeLay’s left-handed hit in a row scored five runs.

In the second inning, McCutchen’s solo home run, Rodolfo Castro’s, Mark Mathias’ hits, and Jack Suwinsky’s sacrifice fly continued to make it 9-0.

Castro hit a three-run home run in the sixth inning to score. On this day, he made his day by raising 4 RBIs in the game alone.메이저사이트

Starter Yohan Oviedo survived in Coors Field, which is called the ‘graveyard of pitchers’, with 3 hits, 3 walks, 6 strikeouts and 1 run in 6 innings.

Colorado starter Austin Gomber didn’t. He had the worst record of poor performance with 9 hits, 1 home run, 3 walks, 1 strikeout and 9 runs in 2 innings. The only gain was that Daniel Bard, who returned from the injured list, blocked one inning without a run.

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