The Toronto Blue Jays have won 5 games in a row, increasing their chances of advancing to the postseason. 카지노사이트
Toronto won 6-1 against the New York Yankees in a game held at Yankee Stadium in New York, New York, USA on the 21st (Korean time), recording their 5th consecutive win. Toronto, which is in 3rd place in the American League East Division (85 wins, 67 losses), won on this day and secured the 2nd place in the American League Wild Card. They are one game ahead of Seattle and Texas (84-68), who are tied for third place in the wild card.
Starting pitcher Kevin Gausman earned his 12th win by pitching 6 innings, allowing 3 hits, 3 walks, striking out 10, and allowing no runs. Gausman, who signed a five-year, $110 million (approximately 147.3 billion won) contract with Toronto for the 2022 season, is doing his part by recording 12 wins, 9 losses, and an average ERA of 3.29 in 30 games (178 innings) this season. He has the lowest earned run average among Toronto starting pitchers who have filled regulation innings. In the game against Texas on the 15th, he performed poorly, allowing 6 hits (2 home runs), 6 walks, 5 strikeouts, and 4 runs in 4⅔ innings, but managed to bounce back in the game that day.
The bullpen team led by Chad Green (1 inning, no runs), Jordan Hicks (1 inning, no runs), and Eric Swanson (1 inning, 1 run) preserved the team’s victory. In the batting lineup, George Springer, Whit Merrifield, Bo Bichette, and Kevin Kiermaier had multiple hits.
For the Yankees, who were on a three-game losing streak, starting pitcher Michael King pitched well in 7 innings, allowing 5 hits, 1 walk, 13 strikeouts, and 1 run, but was unable to receive scoring support from the batting line and became the losing pitcher. Austin Wells hit his first home run of the season and played well with 2 hits in 4 at-bats, 1 home run, 1 RBI, and 1 run, but the team lost.
In the bottom of the first inning, Aaron Judge and Gleyber Torres drew consecutive walks with one out and one out, giving the Yankees a chance to hit first and second with one out. However, Austin Wells struck out on a foul tip, and Giancarlo Stanton missed the opportunity by hitting a ground ball to shortstop.
Toronto had two outs in the top of the third inning, with Kevin Kiermaier and George Springer hitting multiple hits, creating a chance for runners on first and third base with two outs. Bo Bichet scored the first run with a timely hit with 1 RBI.
The Yankees had a chance in the bottom of the 3rd inning with runners on 1st and 2nd base thanks to Judge’s walk and Torres’ single. However, Wells and Stanton again failed to score a goal.
Toronto quickly got within scoring range when Whit Merrifield hit a double with two outs in the top of the fourth inning. But Dalton Basho struck out.
The Yankees got into scoring range in the bottom of the sixth inning when Wells hit a double, but Stanton and Anthony Volpi were silent and were unable to capitalize on the opportunity this time.
In the top of the 7th inning, Toronto reached base with a single by Merrifield, and advanced to third base with a stolen base and a wild pitch, creating a chance for 2 outs and 3rd base. However, Alejandro Kirk struck out and could not score. In the 8th inning, Kiermaier walked, Springer advanced, a wild pitch, a wild pitch, a Kevan Biggio walk, and a Matt Chapman walk gave him a chance to load the bases with two outs. Spencer Horwitz and Merrifield drew back-to-back walk walks to widen the lead to 3-0.
Toronto, which had won, created a chance with Kiermaier’s double and Springer’s single in the 9th inning with one out and runners on first and third base. Then, Bichett’s 1-run, timely hit, Biggio’s walk, and Horwitz’s 2-run, timely hit put a wedge in the game. Wells hit a solo home run in the bottom of the 9th inning, but it did not change the course of the game.