Park Chan-ho’s thin Korean pitcher has lost five innings without losing a point, but the Dodgers have lost three consecutive games
Korean pitcher Mitch White (LA Dodgers), who looks like Park Chan-ho, pitched well without losing a point, but the Dodgers lost.
The Los Angeles Dodgers lost 0-4 in a game against the Chicago White Sox at the Generalized Rate Field in Chicago on the 8th (Korea Standard Time). I’ve lost three times in a row.
As a starting pitcher, White pitched well with two hits, five strikeouts and no runs in five innings. In the first inning, Danny Mendic hit a fly ball to second base, and Andrew Vaughan struck out center fielder line drive and Lewis Robert. In the second inning, Jose Abreille grounded out to second base, Gavin Seats grounded out to shortstop, and Jake Berger struck out swinging.
In the bottom of the third inning, Yoan Moncada grounded out to first base, Liz Maguire grounded out to center field, and Josh Harrison grounded out to second base.
The batting order went around once, handled Mendic with a grounder to shortstop in the fourth inning, and Bourne struck out. Robert continued his perfect pitching with 12 consecutive hits with a grounder to third base.
However, the no-hit was broken by leadoff hitter Abrayu in the fifth inning. With one out and runners on first and second base, he faced his first crisis with a ball hit by his body. Moncada then hit a heavy hit, making it the biggest crisis with one out and a full base. Maguire struck out on a 95-mile fastball from full count. Harrison also struck out to overcome the crisis.
In the sixth inning, the Dodgers lowered White and put Phil Bigford as a relief pitcher. Bigford allowed an infield hit that deflected to second base after being hit by leadoff hitter Mendic. He caught two outs with two fly balls and hit a right-handed hit by Abreille, which led to two outs and runners on first and third base.
The Dodgers replaced the pitcher again with David Price, and the White Sox replaced A.J. Pollock. Pollack, who was traded from the Dodgers to the White Sox in the off-season, pushed Price’s first pitch and hit a double first, and both runners stepped home. a 2-0 lead
Price then allowed Berger to hit an RBI double on the left, and Maguire hit a timely RBI after intentional four pitches, making the score 4-0.
In the seventh inning, leadoff hitter Trea Turner got on base with a left-handed hit, but Will Smith hit a grounder double play to shortstop. Justin Turner’s infield hit and Cody Bellinger picked up a walk to create a scoring position on the first and second bases, and Hanseo Alberto, who came out as a pinch hitter, struck out swinging 파워볼사이트
White Sox starter Michael Kopek recorded his second win with one hit, one walk, eight strikeouts and no runs in six innings. The ERA was 1.94