Pittsburgh’s Bae Ji-hwan hits Green Monster’s first MLB career home run

Bae Ji-hwan (Pittsburgh Pirates) hit the first home run in MLB history over the ‘Green Monster’.

On the 5th (Korean time), Bae Ji-hwan hit the 8th batter as second baseman in an away game against the Boston Red Sox held at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, and hit a two-run home run that overturned the situation in the second inning when the team was trailing 0-1.

In the top of the second inning, Bae Ji-hwan, who was in his first at-bat with two out and first base, pushed Boston right-hander Nick Pivetta’s 94.8 mph (152.5 km) fastball to the outside and hit a two-run homer that crossed the left wall in a straight line. 카지노

It is the first cannon in 14 major league appearances.

Bae Ji-hwan’s batted ball speed was measured at 164 km/h, and the home run distance was measured at 109 m.

Bae Ji-hwan, who debuted in the big leagues last year and was named on the roster for this year’s Opening Day, left a great personal meaning by drawing the first arch at Fenway Park, the oldest stadium in MLB, which opened in 1912 and has been in operation for 111 years this year.

The Green Monster, a specialty of Fenway Park, refers to the left fence with a height of 11.3m.

With Bae Ji-hwan’s home run and Brian Reynolds’ solo home run in the third inning, Pittsburgh leads 3-1 as of the third inning.

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