Pittsburgh’s Bae Ji-hwan ‘had a big offensive game’ in six-game winning streak

Pittsburgh’s Ji-Hwan Bae dazzled offensively, defensively, and on the basepaths to lead his team to a six-game winning streak.

In the second inning against Oakland, Bae walked and stole third base in his first at-bat.

It was his 18th stolen base of the season, moving him back into sole possession of second place in the National League.

In the sixth inning, his quick feet shined again on defense.

He chased down a hit that went over his head and made a leaping catch, drawing applause from his teammates.

In the eighth inning, with the score tied at 4-4, he hit an infield single to shortstop and scored the winning run on McCutchen’s sacrifice fly.

With Bae’s big hit, Pittsburgh won 5-4 and extended its winning streak to six games. 토토사이트

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