Korean hitter Choi Ji-man of Pittsburgh in the U.S. Major League Baseball is showing off his strong batting sense in Triple-A games.

Choi Ji-man recently plays for 안전토토사이트 the Indianapolis Indians, a Triple-A team under Pittsburgh, for rehabilitation purposes. On the 5th (Korea Standard Time), he played against Memphis Redbirds under the St. Louis Cardinals at Victory Field in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Choi Ji-man, who started as the third designated hitter on the day, recorded two hits and two RBIs in five at-bats, including one home run. Choi Ji-man showed off his potential from the first inning. He hit a two-run home run in the right-center direction against opposing starter Brandon Koma with one out and a runner on first base.

In the third inning with one out and runners on second base, he got on base with an infield hit and scored when a follow-up batter hit a home run. Choi Ji-man, who struck out in the fourth and sixth innings, finished the game with a grounder to second base in his last at-bat in the eighth inning. Indianapolis won the match 8-5.

Choi Ji-man, who hit his first home run as a member of Triple-A on the 29th of last month, has fully recovered his confidence ahead of his return to the big leagues by operating his third home run following the 1st.

Choi Ji-man has been on the 60-day injured list with a left Achilles tendon since the match against St. Louis on April 14. Since the 23rd of last month, he has started a rehabilitation game and is adjusting his condition.

After playing three Double-A games until the 26th, he moved to Triple-A from the 29th and is raising his pace. In five Triple-A games, he batted 0.400 (8 hits in 20 at-bats) with three home runs and nine RBIs.

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