‘KKKKKKKK’ escaped 7 consecutive losses with an ace complete envelope… Bae Ji-hwan’s great defensive business trip 

Bae Ji-hwan was excluded from the starting lineup for three consecutive games. Pittsburgh escaped a 7-game losing streak after a lot of hard work. Ace Mitch Keller’s shutout reverse led the team to escape from seven consecutive losses.

Pittsburgh won 2-0 in a game against the Colorado Rockies held at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA on the 9th (hereafter Korean time). With this, Pittsburgh got out of the seven-game losing streak after the first 20 wins. The season marked 21 wins and 15 losses. 

Bae Ji-hwan 토토사이트was excluded from the starting lineup for three consecutive games after suffering an ankle injury on the 6th. In the game the previous day (8th), he played as a pinch hitter, and Bae Ji-hwan played in the 9th inning as a center fielder. 

It was an aspect of a tight pitching match. Pittsburgh’s Mitch Keller and Colorado’s Kyle Freeland were playing a scoreless counterattack. Opportunities kept coming to Pittsburgh, but they missed them. In the bottom of the first inning, Andrew McCutchen struck out with one out on first base and failed to steal second base, and the chance was ruined. In the 3rd inning, he missed an opportunity due to a failed bunt and a double hit at the 1st and 2nd bases. In the 5th inning, the inning ended in vain with a strikeout at 1st and 2nd base and a failure to steal 3rd base. Even in the 6th inning, double hits came out on the 1st and 2nd bases without sacrificing.

However, in the 7th inning, he finally managed to score. In the 7th inning, lead hitter Conor Joe’s right-handed hit followed by Rodolfo Castro’s mid-month two-run four broke the balance of 0. This became the final point.

On the mound, Keller’s counterattack continued. In the end, Keller ended the team’s 7-game losing streak with 9 innings, 4 hits, 1 walk, 8 strikeouts and no run

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