Its Lee Jeong-hoo, Using Technique, Cleared the Missed Ball

Lee Jeong-hoo, Using Technique, Cleared the Missed Ball and Turned it Into a Hit… Kim Ha-seong is Silent

Jeong-hoo Lee (San Francisco Giants) once again showed off his high-level hitting skills and hit a hit for the first time in three games.

On the 27th (Korean time), Lee Jeong-hoo played as the number one hitter and center fielder in the home game against the Pittsburgh Pirates at Oracle Park in San Francisco, California, USA, and finished the game with 1 hit in 3 at-bats.

Lee Jeong-hoo’s batting average rose slightly to 0.271 (26 hits in 96 at-bats).

Jeong-hoo Lee, who pulled Pittsburgh right-handed starting pitcher Quinn Priester’s slider and sinker in the strike zone in the first and third innings, then retired with a grounder to second baseman, touched the ball in his third at-bat in the sixth inning, 0-0, with one out and no runners on base. 파워볼

He hit a hit that flew in front of center field.

With a ball count of 0 balls and 2 strikes, the 4th pitch slider was a low ball that was completely outside the strike zone, but Lee Jeong-hoo gently pulled it in with a flexible swing and sent the ball in front of the center fielder.

Priester, who had previously blocked San Francisco’s batting lineup with only two hits, walked Lamonte Wade Jr. and was in danger with one out and runners on first and second base.

However, San Francisco missed a golden opportunity due to a missed follow-up hit.

Lee Jeong-hoo reached base in the 8th inning with a walk, but did not come home again.

Lee Jeong-hoo received applause for his performance in the top of the fifth inning.

Andrew McCutcheon’s batted ball, which appeared to be going through right-center, sprinted over 30 meters and was caught near the warning track.

San Francisco dramatically overcame the crisis with one out and bases loaded in the top of the ninth inning, then won 3-0 thanks to Patrick Bailey’s walk-off three-run home run from second and third base with no outs in the bottom of the ninth.

Ha-Seong Kim (San Diego Padres) played as the 6th hitter and shortstop in the home game against the Philadelphia Phillies at Petco Park in San Diego, California, and was silent with no hits in 2 at-bats and 1 walk.

Kim Ha-seong, who walked in his first at-bat in the second inning, hit a strong left-field hit in the fourth inning, but was caught by Philadelphia third baseman Alec Bom.

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