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Perfect to four days rest…’ML’s 24th perfect pitcher’ Hermann gets hit with a bump in the road after less than five innings

‘Perfect Pitcher’ Domingo Hermann (31-New York Yankees) was removed from the mound after failing to complete the fifth inning.

Hermann was pulled early after allowing three runs (two earned) on nine hits in 4 1/3 innings with five strikeouts and no walks in the first game of a four-game home series against the Baltimore Orioles at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, N.Y., on Thursday (April 4).

The start was crisp. In the first inning, he faced Gunnar Henderson, Adley Rutherford, and Anthony Santander for a three-hit shutout with one strikeout.안전놀이터

The second inning was different. Ryan O’Hearn led off with a single up the middle and gave up back-to-back singles to Ramon Urias and Cedric Mullins. That put runners on first and second with no outs, but he got Aaron Hicks to fly out to third, then got Adam Frazier to ground out to the pitcher to end the threat.

The third inning was shaky, too. After walking Henderson with one out, he gave up an RBI double to left field. He then got Santander to fly out to right to give himself a breather, but gave up an RBI single to right to Ohun.

Trailing 3-0 in the fourth, he walked Frazier with two outs and struck out Jorge Mateo on a wild pitch. He returned to the mound for the fifth inning, but gave up back-to-back singles to Lurchman and Santander before being replaced by Nick Ramirez. He threw 86 pitches. Ramirez struck out O’Hearn on the next two pitches and got Urias to ground out to third to strand the next two runners.

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Hermann pitched a perfect game against the Oakland Athletics in the 2023 Major League Baseball World Series at Oakland Coliseum in Oakland, California, on May 29, striking out nine in nine innings. He became the 24th pitcher in Major League Baseball history to throw a perfect game. Hermann is the first pitcher to achieve the honor in 11 years, since Felix Hernandez of the Seattle Mariners in August 2012.

He took the mound on four days’ rest, but couldn’t carry over the momentum from his last outing as the American League’s second-place Baltimore offense pounded him for nine hits and three runs.

The Yankees overcame an early deficit to beat Baltimore 6-3. Trailing 3-0 in the fifth inning, Anthony Wolf and Kyle Higashioka hit back-to-back homers to tie the game in the seventh, and Harrison Bader hit a thrilling three-run shot with runners on first and second in the eighth.

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