Lee Jung-hoo (San Francisco Giants) hit one hit in five at-bats for three consecutive games.

Lee Jung-hoo started as the first batter and center fielder in an away game against the Philadelphia Phillies of the U.S. Major League Baseball at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on the 6th (Korea time) and recorded one hit in five times at bat.

With the hit on the day, Lee had a batting average of 0.244 (32 hits in 131 times at bat). He had hits in three consecutive games, but he had only one hit in five times at bat, inevitably leading to a decline in his batting average.

Lee Jung-hoo, who was out on a line drive to the left field in his first at-bat in the top of the first inning, pulled the curveball to the sixth pitch in the third inning with one out and no runner, resulting in a hit to the right field. Lee was given the first base check twice in the next batter Wade, but failed to score a point. After Wade struck out, Flores failed to hit home as he stepped down on a line drive to the left field.

Lee’s hit came to an end. After hitting a fly ball with two outs and a runner on the first and second bases in the fifth inning, Lee bowed his head as he stepped down with an infield fly ball in the seventh inning with one out and one runner on the first and second bases in the seventh inning when his team was trailing 3-5. It was regrettable that San Francisco could not continue the two-run shot by Tyro Estrada and the Phillies’ changing pitcher Gregory Soto.

Lee Jung-hoo took the batter’s box in the fifth inning with two outs and no runners in the ninth inning when his team was losing 4-5, and finished the game by hitting an outfield fly ball to closer Jose Alvarado’s sinker. San Francisco lost the game 4-5, losing its third straight game. The Philadelphia Phillies have won three of four consecutive games against the San Francisco Giants, continuing a five-game winning streak.

BY: 스포츠토토핫

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