The San Diego Padres beat the MLB’s strongest Tampa Bay Rays and kept their lead with a winning series. He is showing stability in pitching with 4 consecutive winning series.메이저놀이터
The Padres, who shut out Tampa Bay 2-0 the previous day, won 5-4, 1 point in the last game of the series on Fathers Day on the 19th (Korean time), and sold out for the 29th time (44,404 people) thanks to the support of the home fans. It lived up to it. Season 35 wins 36 losses.
In hits, Tampa Bay led 12-7. Tampa Bay’s losing series is the first since the Chicago Cubs on June 1st. However, Tampa Bay still maintains the MLB’s highest win rate (0.680) with 51 wins and 24 losses.
Tampa Bay scored first with Josh Lowe’s timely hit in the second inning. However, the Padres took advantage of an error by the shortstop in the top of the 3rd inning and turned the tide of the game 2-1. Catcher Christian Betancourt, who caught a grounder from 1st and 1st and 3rd baseman Juan Soto, tried to put out the leading runner, Fernando Tatis Jr., who was playing second base.
However, shortstop Wonder Franco missed the catch and threw it back, and third base runner Trent Grisham stepped home. Tatis Jr., who was quick to judge the situation, hesitated at third base when the thrown ball fell behind the shortstop, then jumped home. Franco gave the score that he would not give because of two errors, including a catch and a throw in the third inning. The 2nd point is the visa-free point.
In the bottom of the 4th inning, as the starting second baseman, Lugned Odor hit a double, and Manny Machado added 2 runs with a heavy hit in the 5th inning, widening the score to 3 points.
However, after one out in the 8th inning, Tampa Bay made up for 2 points with timely hits by Manuel Margo and Harold Ramirez, and was about to turn around. It was right fielder Tatis Jr.’s measured home throw in the ongoing scoring situation of Tampa Bay that decided the win or loss.
When Bethancourt hit the right hand in first out, second and third bases, second base runner Margo rushed home. Tatis Jr. threw home hard as he advanced, and catcher Austin Nola tagged out Margot to break the tie. Tampa Bay appealed, but it ended in a centrifuge.
Tampa Bay Rays shortstop Wonder Franco, who hit a foul fly to the right in the 7th inning, looks at the ball. San Diego Associated Press
Padres starter Joe Mosgrove (5-2, 4.22 ERA) gave up 6 hits, 1 walk, 1 strikeout and 2 runs over 6 innings, paving the way for his team to win. Closer Josh Hader was hit by three batters and struck out two to keep a one-run lead, recording his 18th save of the season. Machado scored two RBIs with a sacrifice fly and a timely hit.
Kim Ha-seong was replaced with Odo-eo due to strengthening defense in the one-point match, and kept second base and did not enter the plate.
From the 20th, the Padres will go on an expedition to the SF Giants, a hot team that ranked second with seven consecutive wins. They won both of their first two home games against the Giants.