Choi Ji-man is on base for 20 consecutive games with his 12th multi-hit… The team lost 45

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Choi Ji-man (31, Tampa Bay Rays) recorded multiple hits (two or more hits in one game) and achieved on-base for 20 consecutive games.

Choi Ji-man started as a third-batterer first baseman in a home game against the New York Yankees in the 2022 MLB at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida, USA on the 23rd (Korean time) and walked in three at-bats. recorded

Choi’s season batting average rose from 0.286 to 0.293 (46 hits in 157 at-bats).

Choi Ji-man, who took his first at-bat in the absence of a runner on two runs in the first inning, scored an infield hit with a surprise bunt on the third base side.

As the Yankees infield pulled to the right against left-handed hitter Choi Ji-man, who had a lot of right-handed hitters, Choi Ji-man openly bunted to third base to neutralize the defensive shift.

Ji-man Choi set the on-base record for 20 consecutive games with this hit.

In the second at-bat in the 3rd inning, Choi Ji-man made a left-handed hit by pushing the ball toward his body while at first base safely.

It was Choi Ji-man’s 12th multi-hit of the season.

In the fourth inning, he went to bat with two runs, but he missed the chance to run when third base runner Taylor Walls was futilely out with a catcher check.

Choi Ji-man took the lead again in the 5th inning, but a well-hit ball flew right in front of the shortstop and unfortunately could not add a hit.

In the 4th at bat, which he hit in the 7th inning, he achieved his 3rd on-base streak of the day with an intentional shot.

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Choi Ji-man did not score a goal despite being on base three times that day, as none of the follow-up strokes came.

Defensively, after one disappointing play, he recorded a lake ratio.

Ji-man Choi contributed the score because he could not catch Walls’ one-bound throw from shortstop Walls in the early 6th inning, leading 4-1.

It was recorded as a throwing error by Walls, but Choi Ji-man also made a disappointing defense by missing the ball that went into the mitt.

Choi Ji-man made up for his previous mistake in the catch by turning around and catching DJ Lamaihew’s foul ball that went over his head during the second-team run-out crisis.

In the game, the Yankees won 5-4 with a two-run two run in the 8th inning, after the Yankees were behind 3-4.

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