The Los Angeles Angels suffered a come-from-behind defeat due to the catcher’s absurd two-time interference with the bat.
The Angels lost 7-9 in an away game against the Boston Red Sox held at Fenway Park on the 16th (hereafter Korean time).
The Angels, who suffered two consecutive losses, fell to 50% with a record of 7 wins and 7 losses. Boston found a clue to counterattack with a record of 7 wins and 8 losses after winning two consecutive victories.
The Angels’ two signatures, Mike Trout and Shohei Ohtani, each went 4 at bats, 3 hits, 2 runs, 2 hits, 4 at bats, 1 RBI, and 1 run. became a pretext for giving up 3 points and allowing a reversal.
From the first episode, a slugfest broke out.
The Angels took the lead in the top of the first inning with Geo Ursella’s grand slam home run. Mike Trout’s double from the left after the first run, and Anthony Landon and Hunter Renfro’s consecutive walks after the second, Ursella pulled Boston starter Nick Piveta’s 94-mile fastball in the middle and slightly passed the 13-meter-tall Green Monster in the middle left.
Boston also made up for 2 runs in the bottom of the 1st inning, which was not to be outdone by this. After two deaths, Rob Lefsnyder’s double in mid-month provided an opportunity, and Rafael Devers fired a two-run four in the middle left. Devers pushed a fastball right in the middle of the 90th mile of Angels starter Tyler Anderson’s first pitch and hit it in the same spot as Ashela. Devers’ 7th home run of the season is the sole American League leader in this category.
In the bottom of the 3rd inning in Boston, the leader Justin Turner’s double, Lev Snyder’s walk, and the opponent’s wildfire made it safe on the 1st and 3rd bases메이저사이트, while Devers hit a double hit by the shortstop, Turner stepped home and caught up with the score 3-4.
And in the bottom of the 4th, the charter was reversed. After 2 deaths, Connor Wong’s double and Yoo Chang’s two-run home run in the left center turned the score to 5-4, then Alex Verdugo’s left-handed hit and Turner’s walk resulted in a chance for 1st and 2nd base. The score widened to 6-4.
However, the Angels turned the game around in the beginning of the 5th inning. Trout opened the door with a double in mid-month, and Ohtani hit a left-handed hit and connected the chance with 2nd and 3rd base safely. Following Rendon’s left-handed hit, Trout stepped home and caught up with a one-point lead, and Ohtani scored with Urshela’s heavy hit in the 1st, 1st and 3rd bases that continued, making the score 6-6.
The Angels took the lead again with an attack in the top of the 6th inning. On second base, Ohtani hit a heavy hit to bring home second base runner Taylor Ward. On the ball count of 1B2S, Ohtani made a hit that left-hander Richard Blier’s 88 mph fastball on the 5th pitch flew out and hit the center of the bat, flying like a clothesline to the center fielder.
However, Boston added 3 runs in the bottom of the 8th inning and reversed it to 9-7. Leading player Enrique Hernandez opened the door with a left-handed hit against right-hander Ryan Tepera. Then, pinch hitter Raimel Tapia went on base due to Tyce’s interference and became the 1st and 2nd bases safely. Tapia pushed the ball outside of Tefera and became a fly in left field. At the moment of hitting, the bat lightly touched Tais’s mitt, and after a video review, a hit interruption was declared.
Then, after one out, pinch hitter Maguire went on base again due to the catcher’s obstruction, and the bases were loaded. The moment Maguire hit the foul, the bat hit Tyce’s mitt again. After that, the charter turned upside down as Chang hit a left-handed hit and called in two people.
Boston closed the game by running away by 2 points after Lefsnyder, who continued with 2 outs and bases loaded, picked a push-off walk.