Lee Jeong-hoo, first 3-hit game since MLB debut Multi-hit two days in a row

Season batting average rises to 0.264 San Francisco escapes 4 straight losses

Lee Jeong-hoo (26, San Francisco Giants) hit three hits in one game for the first time since his Major League (MLB) debut.

Lee Jung-hoo started as the number one hitter and center fielder in the 2024 MLB game against the Colorado Rockies held at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado, USA on the 8th (Korean time) and performed well with 3 hits and 1 run in 5 at-bats.

This is the first time that Lee Jung-hoo, who debuted in MLB this year, has hit three hits in one game. He gave up two hits nine times.

Lee Jeong-hoo, who hit 2 hits in 4 at-bats against the Philadelphia Phillies on the 7th, recorded multiple hits (more than 2 hits in a game) for two days in a row. It has been a five-game hitting streak since the game against Philadelphia on the 4th.

Lee Jeong-hoo’s season batting average increased from 0.252 to 0.264 (37 hits in 140 at-bats).

His first at-bat in the first inning produced a hit.

Facing Colorado right-handed starting pitcher Dakota Hudson in the top of the first inning, Jeong-hoo Lee aimed for an 89.7 mph (approximately 144.4 km) sinker on the fifth pitch centered. A fast ball hitting 105.8 miles per hour 메이저사이트 (approximately 170.2 km) led to a hit that rolled toward right field. Lee Jeong-hoo was out after Tairo Estrada, the follow-up batter, hit a double play. Lee Jeong-hoo, who started as the leadoff hitter in the top of the third inning, retired with a missed swing and a strikeout. He had a matchup with Hudson going all the way to the 9th pitch, where he missed a low slider. Lee Jeong-hoo added two hits in his three at-bats. Both of his hits were notable for his quick feet. San Francisco took the lead in the top of the 4th inning on Nick Ahmed’s infield single with one out and runners on first and third base on Matt Chapman’s walk and Blake Sabol’s hit to right. Lee Jeong-hoo, who came to the plate with one out and runners on first and second base, scored an infield hit toward the third baseman. Lee Jeong-hoo hit Hudson’s first pitch slider, and the batted ball rolled slowly toward the third baseman. Lee Jeong-hoo, who saw the hit, sprinted so hard that his helmet came off. Opposing third baseman Ryan McMahon threw to first base, but Lee Jeong-hoo was faster. Jeong-hoo Lee, who advanced to second base when Estrada grounded out to second base, hit home when Lamonte Wade Jr. hit a timely hit to score his 14th run of the season. Lee Jung-hoo swallowed his disappointment by hitting a double play in front of the pitcher with one out and first base in the top of the sixth inning, but hit another hit in the eighth inning. In the top of the eighth inning, with two outs and no runners on base, Colorado right-handed reliever Nick Mears hit a fastball with a first pitch of 97.2 miles per hour (approximately 156.4 km). The batted ball rolled between the first and second basemen, and the opposing first baseman caught it and threw it to first base. It could have been an out due to timing, but the throw missed, and Lee Jeong-hoo landed on first base. The scorer judged this to be a hit by Jeong-hoo Lee. Lee Jeong-hoo could not advance further because Estrada struck out. San Francisco defeated Colorado 5-0 and succeeded in breaking their four-game losing streak. While Jeong-hoo Lee faithfully fulfilled his role as the number one hitter in the batting lineup, starting pitcher Kyle Harrison on the mound led San Francisco to a fightback by allowing 4 hits, 2 strikeouts, 2 walks, and no runs in 7 innings, leading San Francisco to escape its losing streak. 온라인 슬롯

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