‘Exhilarating Revenge’ Strongest TB sinking, one hit harder than no-hitter 1-0 shutout… Hanwha native hits the final

 Chicago Cubs Marcus Stroman won a complete game in six years.

Stroman started in the home game against the Tampa Bay Rays held at Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois, USA on the 30th (hereinafter Korean time), giving up only one hit, one walk, and one four balls in 9 innings, and was perfect, blocking no runs. Pitching led to a 1-0 victory.

After ending a four-game losing streak, the Cubs recorded 23-30, pushed the St. Louis Cardinals and finished last in the NL Central Division. On this day, St. Louis lost to the Kansas City Royals 0-7 and fell to 5th place.토토사이트

Tampa Bay, which ranks first in both leagues, recorded 39 wins and 17 losses. It is the third time this season that Tampa Bay has been defeated.

Stroman was hit by Tampa Bay’s powerful batting line, which boasts first place in team home runs (101) and first place in team OPS (0.837), and continued his no-hitter streak by giving up one ball until the 6th inning, then hit lead Wander Franco in the top of the 7th inning. hit and missed the record.

Franco attacked Stroman’s 85-mile slub to the side of the first pitch, hit a hit in front of the left fielder, and succeeded in stealing second base. Stroman walked Brandon Low and was driven to 1st and 2nd base, but overcame the biggest crisis by overpowering Randy Arozarena with a fly ball from right field and Josh Law with a double hit from shortstop.

In the top of the ninth, Stroman, who confirmed the shutout victory by handling Franco with a 90-mile sinker ground ball to the first baseman, opened his arms in return to the cheering crowd and shared a warm hug with catcher Tucker Van Hart.

Stroman induced 20 misses, his most in a game, and recorded 13 grounders. The strikeout caught eight. His main weapon, the sinker, threw 49, with a maximum of 92.5 miles and an average of 91.3 miles, and his slub threw 34.

Stroman was very weak with 5 wins and 8 losses and an average ERA of 5.04 in 16 career games against Tampa Bay earlier. He was humiliated on April 21 last year when he allowed 8 runs on 8 hits in 4⅓ innings.

Stroman rose to the sole lead in the category with his 10th quality start of the season. His earned run average dropped significantly from 2.95 to 2.59.

“Getting a complete pitch at Wrigley Field is one of the best moments of my life,” Stroman said after the game. “I think I did my job. I threw a lot of innings, so I think it will have a positive effect on the team. The bullpen will be able to do more in the next game.”

It’s been 6 years and 1 month since Stroman’s complete game against the Los Angeles Angels on April 24, 2017 (9 innings, 7 hits, 2 runs), and the shutout is the second time in his career since the Cubs on September 9, 2014. . Both were with the Toronto Blue Jays.

Tampa Bay coach Kevin Cash said, “The ball was very good. We prepared a lot, but if the sinker’s ball is that good, we can’t win no matter how hard we try.”

The Cubs scored the winning run on Mike Tuchman’s sacrifice fly in the bottom of the fourth. Leading Seiya Suzuki advanced through second base with an infield hit and an opponent’s error to third base with Dansby Swanson’s deep fly to center field, and Tuchman sent Suzuki home with a deep fly to right field. Tuckman is a 2022 Hanwha Eagles mercenary.

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