The Toronto Blue Jays won two consecutive games.
On the 6th (Korean time), Toronto won 5-3 against the Boston Red Sox held at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, and won two consecutive victories.토토사이트
Starting pitcher Jose Berrios recorded 9 wins of the season, recording 6 hits (1 home run), 6 strikeouts and 3 runs in 5⅔ innings. Henesys Cabrera (⅓ innings scoreless) – Imi Garcia (1 inning scoreless) – Team Mayja (1⅓ innings scoreless) – Eric Swanson (1 innings scoreless) – The bullpen line led to the team’s victory. Swanson earned his fourth save of the season.
On the other line, George Springer was active with 4 hits, 2 points and 1 walk in 4 at-bats. Brandon Belt hit his 10th home run of the season, going 4 at bats with 2 hits, 1 home run, 2 RBIs, 1 run and 1 walk. Davis Schneider had a three-hit game.
Boston appointed an opener that day. Starting with John Shriver (1 inning scoreless), Nick Pivetta (4 innings, 3 runs) – Brennan Bernardino (⅓ innings, 1 run) – Josh Winkowski (1⅔ innings scoreless) – Chris Martin (1 innings scoreless) – Joe Zach (1 inning, 1 run) threw. On the other line, Rafael Devers hit his 26th home run of the season.
Toronto scored first with Belt’s solo home run in the top of the third inning. Springer advanced to second base with a hit and a stolen base, and Alejandro Kirk hit an RBI double. Then, Matt Chapman and Dalton Basho hit back-to-back hits to make it 3-0.
In the bottom of the 4th inning, Boston’s leading batter, Masataka Yoshida, got a hit. Justin Turner also hit, and Devers hit a tying three-run home run to bring the game back to square one.
In the top of the 6th inning, Toronto hit back-to-back hits by Schneider and Paul Deyong, and Whit Merrifield singled out a walk to get a chance with a run and full bases. Belt gave the team the lead again with one RBI and a timely hit. However, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. failed to score an extra point with a double play. In the ninth, he ran away with one more run with a Springer hit, Kirk walk, Chapman walk, Santiago Espinal walk, and Kevin Kiermeier’s 1 RBI and timely hit.
Boston did not give up the chase until the end with Adam Duvall hits, Liz Maguire hits, and Luis Urias 1 RBI in the bottom of the 9th inning. However, Colton Wong’s home run hit from 1st out, 1st and 2nd base was caught by center fielder Kiermeier in front of the wall. Wong, who thought the batted ball was a home run, was of course out, and the runner on second base, who was already on his way home from third base, was unable to return, resulting in a double play, and the game ended as it was.