Jorge Soler get back to postseason con Miami Marlins after his last experience in 2021 with the Atlanta Braves.
This Saturday, September 30 Miami Marlins they visited the PNC Park for the second game of a three-game weekend series. On the penultimate day of the campaign, the Fish arrived with a great chance to qualify for the postseason for the first time since 2020.
Loss Marlins They haven’t made the playoffs in a 162-game season since 2003 when they captured the World Series. 2020 consists of 60 challenges.
Jorge Soler He started this penultimate game as the first in the order and designated hitter. Cuban hit his 24th double of the season in the first at-bat of the game.
In the sixth inning he went to the box with the game tied at two runs apiece, runners on second and third and one out on the board. The picture of Pirates I played him forward to avoid a possible run ahead of him. Miami.
On a count of three balls and one strike he hit a slider off the newly inserted reliever Dauri Moreta. He’s rolling at 94.4 miles per hour in shortstop territory. The torpedo Liover Peguero was caught and quickly released home. However, the shot was short and Jon Berti COMING SAFE with a slides with hands in front.
Three out of two.
The game was recorded as Fielder’s Choice but they pointed the trailer at Jorge Soler. Thus, the Havana native reached 75 RBIs for the season. This is the second time in his career that he has reached that number. His personal best was 117 in 2019 when he led homeruns in the American League with Kansas City Royals.
During his lifetime he reached 452. With that amount he is in the 22nd place in the historical list of players born in Cuba. He has five left to move up to 21st place, which is tied Yuniesky Betancourt.
Back to the game, then Miami scored another RBI with a sacrifice fly Josh Bell. Four in two in the sixth.
Jorge Soler’s drive puts the Miami Marlins ahead against the Pittsburgh Pirates