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Kikuchi who doesn’t care… 2G consecutive QS ‘Season 3 wins’, defeating the Yankees 6-1

Toronto Blue Jays Yusei Kikuchi (32) led the team to victory by pitching quality starts in two consecutive games.

Kikuchi started the game against the New York Yankees held on the 22nd (hereinafter Korean time) at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York, USA, and had 4 hits (1 home run), 2 walks, 3 strikeouts and 1 run in 6 innings. He led the team to a 6-1 victory, and Kikuchi picked up his third win of the season. 

Kikuchi played the game reliably. He backed up the batter’s 2-run assist in the top of the first inning. In the first inning, leadoff hitter Anthony Wolf hit a heavy hit, but he struck out Aaron Judge, center fielder Anthony Rizzo, and Glaber Torres turned pitcher grounder. 

In the second inning, DJ LeMayhew was grounded by second baseman Oswald Peraza by shortstop grounder. However, Oswal also conceded a point after being hit with a superior solo shot by Cabrera. After the home run, Kyle Higashioka hit right hand and Isaiah Cainer-Palipa gave a walk, leading to a crisis with two outs on first and second base, but he overcame the crisis by catching Wolf with a ground ball to third baseman. 

I found peace again. In the 3rd inning, he caught the third baseman ground ball and Rizzo with a center fielder floating ball. He gave up a walk to Torres, but the inning ended when he stopped stealing second base. In the 4th inning, LeMayheu, Feraza, and Cabrera all three hitters turned to grounders, and after one out in the 5th inning, Cainer-Palipa gave up a left-handed hit, but finished the inning by thinning out Wolf with a double hit by the third baseman. 

And in the 6th inning, Judge struck out, Rizzo was treated as a straight hit by second baseman, and Torres was treated as a floating ball by second 카지노사이트baseman to finish the mound that day. His season ERA went down to 3.80.

The Toronto lineup scored in the right place from the first inning. George Springer’s double hit took the chance, and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. fired the first two-run four over the left-middle fence. Season 4 gun. 

Toronto, who could not score an extra point, scored an extra point in the 6th inning. With 2 out and 1 base, Brandon Belt ran away with a two-run gun. Belt’s home run this year. It became 4-1, and the belt came out as a solver in the top of the 8th inning. With consecutive hits by Bo Vichet and Guerrero Jr., he had a chance to secure 1st and 2nd base. Matt Chapman and Dalton Basho both struck out, but Belt drove in a two-run double to seal the score at 6-1. 

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