I’m living against a team that gave up on PS. Toronto
Toronto Blue Jays win series on Coors Field expedition
Toronto won 7-5 in an away game against the Colorado Rockies in the 2023 Major League Baseball at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado on the 4th (Korea Standard Time). He finished the three consecutive away games in Colorado with two wins and one loss.
Toronto has 75 wins and 62 losses, 2.5 games behind the Houston Astros (75 wins and 58 losses), who are third in the American League wild card. “Toronto is living against some teams that have given up the postseason,” MLB.com said.
The Texas Rangers, an American League wild card rival, won 6-5 against the Minnesota Twins, and the Houston Astros lost 1-6 to the New York Yankees. Toronto, Texas, and Houston are 1.5 games apart.
It continues the possibility of autumn baseball. Kevin Gausman, who started the day, pitched three runs in four innings. The game was suspended for about an hour due to rain ahead of the attack in the top of the fifth inning, and the game was later reversed.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. showed a good batting sense. He played two hits (one home run), two RBIs, two runs and one walk in three at-bats. Guerrero Jr., who hit a solo home run in the top of the third inning that gave the team the first run, hit a timely hit in the top of the fifth inning.
Coach John Schneider said Guerrero Jr.’s home run was “great.”
However, Guerrero Jr. was also criticized for his complacent play in the process of hitting a timely hit in the fifth inning. At that time, the ball headed to the left outfield and fell to the ground after hitting the fence wall.
Guerrero Jr. didn’t run as hard as he had felt for a home run. Then he saw that it wasn’t a home run and ran late. He almost got out on his way to second base. I barely avoided the tag with a headfirst sliding 스포츠토토
MLB.com sent a 110-mile-per-hour “rocket” to the left. Walking slowly, he enjoyed watching his batting. But the problem wasn’t a home run. Guerrero Jr. made a safe slide to avoid the tag. “But it was a dangerous play,” he pointed out.