It is really going to cause a miracle of ‘advancing to the semifinals’. The Australian World Baseball Classic (WBC) national team chased Cuba to the bottom of the chin based on Rickson Wingrove’s home run.
Australia’s Rickson Wingrove started as first baseman and batsman 6 in the 2023 World Baseball Classic Quarterfinals (Quarterfinals) held at the Tokyo Dome in Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan on the 15th and drew an arch. In three at-bats, he is 2-for-2 with 1 home run, 3 RBIs, 1 run and 1 walk.
Wingrove performed brilliantly from the beginning of the game. Wingrove got off to a good start in the first at-bat with a timely hit against Cuban starter Yariel Rodriguez in the first at-bat of a chance to run on third base, created by Darryl George’s double and Aaron Whitefield’s sacrifice bunt in the second inning. 토토사이트
Wingrove walked on base in the second at-bat and drew an arch in the third. In the bottom of the 5th inning, which was trailing 1-4, Wingrove pulled a 150km fastball formed in the middle of the 5th pitch of Loenis Elias, a new pitcher in Cuba, from 1st base safely, which was created by Whitefield’s infield hit, and crossed the right wall. hit a home run.
Australia, which reached the stage of the first-ever WBC quarter-final with a record of 3 wins and 1 loss in the Group B group stage, played against Cuba, which has a large number of players playing in the big leagues and Japanese professional baseball, based on Wingrove’s 3 RBIs. They are playing on an equal footing. At this rate, the myth of ‘advancing to the semifinals’ may be written.
[Australia’s Wingrove is hitting the 2023 World Baseball Classic (WBC), which was held at Tokyo Dome, Japan on the afternoon of the 9th, with one company and one base in the second inning of the game between Korea and Australia.