Hyo-Jun Park, who plays for the Atlanta Braves’ Triple-A Gwinnett Stripers, led his team to victory.카지노
Park started in right field for the Norfolk Tides (Triple-A Baltimore Orioles) on Tuesday (July 20) at Cooley Field in Lawrenceville, Georgia, and went 4-for-4 with a double, a home run, three runs scored, one RBI, two walks and one strikeout. He finished the season with a .270 batting average and a .775 OPS.
It was a good start. He led off the second inning with a walk and came home on Dalton Guthrie’s single to right.
Park scored his second run of the game in the third when he led off with an infield single and came home on a throwing error by pitcher Noah DeNoyer on Magnus Sierra’s bunt attempt with runners on first and second.
In the sixth inning, he hit an infield single to shortstop against reliever Morgan McSweeney, but this time he was stranded.
The disappointment was erased in the eighth. He drew a bases-loaded walk and came home on a wild pitch that put runners on first and third.
With a comfortable 10-6 lead heading into the bottom of the eighth, Gwinnett quickly tied the game in the top of the ninth when Grant Holmes gave up four runs.
In the bottom of the ninth, Park closed out the game. With the bases loaded and one out, he lined a single to right field to drive in Wendison Charles. It was the final out of a wild game that saw both teams combine for 26 hits, sealing the 12-11 win for Gwinnett.