Bae Ji-hwan (Pittsburgh Pirates) experienced one of the most dizzying moments of his Major League Baseball (MLB) career .Bae batted first and second in the line-up against the New York Yankees at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (USA) on 16 June, going 1-for-4 with a single and a walk. He reached base twice, scoring both times, and collected one RBI. In the bottom of the sixth inning with Pittsburgh down 2-3 and runners on first and second, Bae swung hard at an outside curveball from Yankees left-hander Anthony Misiewicz. The ball, travelling at 161.8 kilometres per hour, struck Misiewicz in the face and bounced far into right field. U.S. media outlets reported that Bae’s shot appeared to have struck Mizevich between his right temple and ear. After being hit by the fastball, Misewicz fell to the ground in pain, while Bae, who had reached first base, remained in place and looked at Misewicz with concern. The joy of scoring the tying run could not be expressed. Eventually, Mijevic left the field with a trainer to board the stadium transport. Bae went to second on the next batter’s wild pitch and scored on a single by Keybrian Hayes. Bae led off the first inning with a walk and scored on a sacrifice fly .He was stranded in the second inning on a grounder to third base, in the fourth on a strikeout and in the eighth on a grounder to shortstop. Bae was batting .242, and Pittsburgh scored four runs in the top of the ninth to fall behind 5-7. With the score at 5-4 in the top of the ninth, Bae made an error at first 토토사이트 base with the bases loaded to end the game.

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