‘Five runs in the 10th inning’ sends Pittsburgh into a three-game losing streak…Choi pinch-hits and walks

Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Ji-Man Choi pinch-hit and drew a walk.

Pittsburgh fell to 4-8 against the San Francisco Giants on Sunday (July 17) at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. The three-game losing streak dropped Pittsburgh’s record to 41-52 on the season. San Francisco, meanwhile, has won five straight. They are now 52-41 on the season.

Choi spent most of the game off the bench before coming in to pinch-hit in the 10th inning of extra innings and drawing a walk. His batting average remained at .176 and his on-base percentage increased slightly to .189.

Pittsburgh struck first. Triolo led off the second inning with a single up the middle. Macano and Gonzalez followed with back-to-back singles, but Delay hit an infield single, Cho drew a walk to load the bases, and Reynolds hit an infield single to score the first run. The score was 1-0.토토사이트

But in the third inning, we got blown out. San Francisco scored three runs. Osvaldo Vido walked with the bases loaded and J.D. Davis singled to right. An error in right field allowed another run to score. With the bases loaded, Vido got the next batter, Luis Matos, to ground out to second, but allowed a runner to score from third. Pittsburgh was down 1-3.

Pittsburgh didn’t catch up until the sixth inning. Davis led off the sixth with a double up the middle. He stole third, stole second, and scored on Triolo’s grounder to shortstop to pull San Francisco within one run. The score was 2-3.

Pittsburgh tied the game in the eighth inning. McCutchen led off with a single up the middle, and Santana and Davis drew back-to-back walks to load the bases. Triolo followed with a sacrifice fly to right field to tie the game at 3-3.

Unable to settle the score, the teams went to extra innings. Pittsburgh gave up five runs in the 10th inning to force extra innings.

Pittsburgh, on the other hand, only managed to score one run. Choi came in to pinch-hit with two on and one out, and after a six-pitch at-bat, he calmly picked the ball off the plate. However, he was unable to reach home as Gonzalez grounded out to second base.