Berios · Kikuchi · Manoa · Gaussman… Selected and wiped out! Toronto suffered a shock sweeping defeat in 4 consecutive matches against Boston
The Toronto Blue Jays fell into a shocking five-game losing streak as the starting lineup collapsed. They lost all four matches in a row away from Boston.
Toronto lost 5-11 in the 2023 Major League Baseball Boston Red Sox game held at Fenway Park in Boston, USA on the 5th (Korean time).
Starting pitcher Kevin Gausman gave up 8 runs on 10 hits in 3⅓ innings.
Toronto was on a four-game losing streak. Gaussman had only 2 wins and 2 losses with an ERA of 2.33 before this game. He pitched 7 scoreless innings in two consecutive games before the New York Yankees on April 24 and the Seattle Mariners on April 30. Gaussman was expected to save Toronto from a losing streak.
However,메이저사이트 Gaussman got off to a shaky start as he conceded a run from the bottom of the first inning. After he was one out, he gave up a go-ahead solo home run to Masataka Yoshida. This home run was a preview of the disaster to come in the second inning.
Gaussman gave a massive 5 points at the end of the second inning, crushing Tottenham’s hopes of ending a losing streak.
In the top of the 4th inning, where Tottenham trailed by 0-6, Vladimir Guerrero Jr.’s solo home run revived the dream. A 5-point difference in the 4th inning would make it difficult to turn over, but not impossible.
However, at the end of the 4th inning, Gaussman did not leave even a spark. Gaussman even committed a wild throw after being hit by a double by leading hitter Raimel Tapia. With a timely hit from Yoshida at third base, the score difference was restored to 6 points. Gaussman was replaced after catching Justin Turner with a fly ball in center field.
Toronto played a very difficult game in this four-game series because the starting pitchers did not play their part.
Jose Berrios gave up 5 runs in 5⅓ innings, Yusei Kikuchi gave up 5 runs in 4⅓ innings, and Alec Manoa gave up 5 runs in 5 innings (2 earned). Everyone is keeping the rotation normally, but it’s a headache because they often show hunting.
Now Chris Bassett is our last hope.
Toronto faces the Pittsburgh Pirates on the 6th. Pittsburgh also met the Tampa Bay Rays during the week and swept all three games in a row.
Bassit needs to be resolved. On May 1, against the Seattle Mariners, he was shaken with 4 runs in 5 innings, providing an excuse for an 8-10 come-from-behind loss. From this point on, Toronto’s losing streak began.