Revenge Strifling Injured in Game 2 of Toronto DH
The Toronto Blue Jays avenge their defeat in Game 1.
Toronto beat Los Angeles Angels 4-0 in the second round of the away double header at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California, on the 11th (Korea time). The victory ended the double header with one win and one loss.
He got a head start in the first inning. Starting with a double by leadoff hitter George Springer, he took the lead with a right-handed hit by Vladimir Guerrero Jr. He scored again with a hit by Theosca Hernandez on first and second bases with one out.
In the bottom of the first inning, leadoff hitter Shohei Otani allowed a triple, but he kept the lead by leaving the batter on base with a hit.
Since then, he has scored again six times after a battle of zero. Luardes Guriel Jr.’s left-handed hit in a one-out grand slam gave two runners home.
Toronto starter Ross Streepling felt uncomfortable with his left abs in two innings. Trevor Richards and Adam Simber shared two innings.
Jordan Romano took the final inning. With two hits and walks loaded with two outs, he struck out Otani and ended the game.
Angels starter Jose Suarez played his part with 5 1/3 innings, seven hits, one walk, two strikeouts, and four runs.