Ji-man choi of Tampa Bay Rays has been in touch for a long time. He started as first baseman and fourth batter in the away game against the Houston Astros in the 2021 Major League Baseball held at Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas on the 30th.
Ji-man choi played an active part in three RBIs with one hit (one home run) and three runs in three at-bats, contributing to the victory of his team. His batting average for the season rose slightly to 20.3 pennies (57 hits in 248 at-bats).
In the first inning,Ji-man choi chose to walk and get to base in the first at bat he was hit with two outs and three bases. However, follow-up hitter Joey Wendle struck out and failed to score an extra base or score.
In the second at-bat, which came out of the 3rd inning without a hitch, he bowed his head with a fatal blow. But he didn't miss the chance that came in the fifth inning.Ji-man choi,who came out at bat with two outs at first and third base, turned the bat to the first pitch thrown by Houston starting pitcher Luis Garcia.
The batted ball became a 3-point home run (season 11) that crossed the right-middle fence.Ji-man choi also scored his 45th RBI of the season.He hit a home run again after a week. He hit his 10th home run of the season against the Toronto Blue Jays on the 15th.Ji-man choi sent a well-hit ball to the outfield in the fourth at-bat in the 7th inning, but withdrew with a straight hit from left field.
Tampa Bay's 7-0 win over Houston exclaimed the finish-off loss they had suffered the day before (29th).
In the second inning, Francisco Mejia took the lead with a just-time hit in the second inning, and follow-up hitter Brandon Lowe hit a two-run homer to take the lead 3-0.
In the beginning of the 5th inning,Ji-man choi's 3 runs opened the score to 6-0, and in the 8th inning, Brett Phillips hit just the right time to put the wedge in the game.