Toronto came back to life.
Ryu Hyun-jin’s team, the Toronto Blue Jays, escaped a losing streak. The American League wild card race has been rekindled again.카지노사이트
Toronto won 3-0 in a home game against the Boston Red Sox held at their home stadium, Rogers Center, on the 16th (Korean time).
It was a very important game. Toronto was in second place in the wild card race and played a four-game series against the Texas Rangers at home. Toronto is fiercely competing with Texas and the Seattle Mariners for the second spot. They lost all four precious home games. He fell to 4th place in the wild card race. The lead over second-place Texas has widened to 2.5 games.
With the end of the season approaching, a longer losing streak could have completely ruined the season. So it was important to break the losing streak in the first game against Boston. And fortunately, we won.
After all, stars shine in times of crisis. It was Guerrero Jr. who saved Toronto. Guerrero Jr. did not miss a single chance. He hit the game’s only home run and the final three-run four in the bottom of the third inning with two outs and runners on first and second base. The aim was good. He caught the first pitch from Boston starter Bello. It wasn’t that Bello couldn’t throw that day. He pitched well with 10 strikeouts in 6 innings, including a home run in the eighth.
On the mound, starting pitcher Berrios showed strength. 7 innings, 5 hits, 8 strikeouts, no runs. There was not a single sand dune. It was a perfect pitch. Hicks and Romano then took responsibility for one inning each.
With today’s victory, Toronto once again declared that the race for the wild card race is not over. Coincidentally, Texas, which had been on a 6-game winning streak, lost 3-12 to the Cleveland Indians and became a mixed bag again.