Pittsburgh Pirates infielder Ji-Man Choi, 32, who has been rehabbing from an Achilles tendon injury, is preparing for his return by playing in minor league games since the 23rd of this month.바카라

Choi, who has been working on his game, has been getting better at the plate, including a multi-hit performance in a Double-A game.

Choi started in the No. 2 spot in the lineup for the Altoona Curve, the Pittsburgh affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles, against the Bowie Baysox at People’s Natural Gas Field in Altoona, Pennsylvania, U.S., on Sept. 26, going 1-for-3 with a run scored, a walk and a hit batter.

In three Double-A games, he is batting .250 with eight hits, two doubles and two triples.

Choi was retired on back-to-back fly balls to left field in the first and third innings, but he drew a walk to lead off the bottom of the sixth inning, trailing 0-4.

In his fourth at-bat in the seventh inning, he singled up the middle, and in the eighth inning, he drew a walk.

On April 16, Choi was placed on the injured list (IL) after complaining of left ankle pain before a game against the St. Louis Cardinals in Major League Baseball (MLB), and was later diagnosed with a torn Achilles tendon.

Dedicated to his recovery, Choi has been preparing for his return by playing minor league games.

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