Chris Sale (34, Boston Red Sox), who had been degraded to be a cyber pitcher for a while, returned, but bowed his head in three consecutive games.
Boston had an away game against the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field located in St. Petersburg, Florida, USA on the 13th (hereinafter Korean time).
Sale, who started as Boston’s starting pitcher that day, threw 81 pitches (55 strikes) in 4 innings, recording 7 hits and 6 runs (5 earned).
After the opening, 3 games in a row were sluggish. Sale bowed his head with 7 runs in 3 innings against the Baltimore Orioles on the 2nd and 3 runs in 5 innings against the Detroit Tigers on the 7th.
Sale was hit by three runs by Randy Arozarena in the first inning when he was hit by a defensive error and a walk. Having conceded 3 runs from the start of the game.
Afterwards, Sale blocked the 2nd and 3rd innings with no runs, but with 3 hits in a row in the 4th inning, he brought the bases full without a hit, and allowed a sacrifice fly to Yandy Diaz.
In addition, in the crisis that continued,온라인바카라 Sale gave up the 6th point by hitting 2 RBIs in a timely manner to Wander Franco. In the end, Sale came down from the mound after giving up 6 points in the 4th inning.
As a result, Sale’s ERA remained at 11.25, which he had recorded before the game. Sale got a whopping 18 hits in 12 innings.