‘It’s a waste, no hit!’ Completely revived 167.4 billion ace, ERA 12.71 → 3.28 rebound… BAL 6 consecutive wins jersey

The Toronto Blue Jays stopped the Baltimore Orioles from winning six in a row.

Toronto won 3-1 against Baltimore at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland, USA on the 15th (Korean time).메이저놀이터

Starting pitcher Jose Berrios earned his 7th win of the season with 3 hits, 1 walk, 5 strikeouts and no runs in 7⅔innings. He continued to play an active role with no hits and no runs until the 6th inning. Berrios, who signed a 7-year, $131 million (approximately 167.4 billion won) contract extension after the end of the 2021 season, was sluggish last season with a 12-7 ERA of 5.23 in 32 games (172 innings). This season, in the first appearance of the season, he collapsed with 8 runs in 5⅔ innings (average ERA of 12.71) and showed an uneasy appearance. However, after that, he gradually began to regain stability and succeeded in rebounding with an earned run average of 3.28 with 7 wins and 4 losses in 14 games (85 innings).

The bullpen led by Team Maya (⅓ innings scoreless) and Jordan Romano (one run in one inning) kept the team victorious. Romano earned 19 saves on the season. On the other line, George Springer hit his 10th home run of the season. Bo Vichet and Witt Merrifield played an active part in multi-hits.

Baltimore, which was on a five-game winning streak, ended its winning streak with a loss on the day. Starting pitcher Kyle Bradish pitched well with 4 hits (1 home run), 1 strikeout and 1 run in 7 innings. However, he became a losing pitcher because he did not receive scoring support from the other line.

Both teams engaged in a tight pitching battle early in the game. Toronto was the first team to break the silence. Toronto scored first with Springer’s solo home run in the 6th inning.

Toronto starting pitcher Berrios continued with no hits and no runs until the 6th inning. However, in the 7th inning, he was hit by Adley Luchman and the no-hit, no-run challenge was canceled.

After Kevin Kiermeier hit base in the 8th inning, Toronto went to third base with a stolen base and a balk, and with Wemerifield’s 1st RBI double, they ran away one more run. Springer hit a double hit at 1st and 3rd base, which led to Merrifield’s stolen base and Santiago Espinal’s walk. However, Vichet added one more point with an RBI double.

Berrios also got on the mound in the 8th inning. However, Adam Frazier and Ramon Urias hit and were replaced by Tim Maya at 2nd, 1st and 2nd base. Mayza prevented the crisis by catching Gunner Henderson on a shortstop ground ball.

Baltimore created the last chance to score in the ninth inning when Ryan O’Hon and Austin Hayes hit. In the end, Aaron Hicks hit a timely RBI and scored the first goal of the game that day. But no more goals were scored.