‘Berrios’ first win-Bissett 5 hits’ Toronto, forgotten Tampa Bay 14-game winning streak
The Toronto Blue Jays stopped the Tampa Bay Rays’ 14-game winning streak.
Toronto won 6-3 in the home game against Tampa Bay held at the Rogers Center in Toronto, Canada on the 15th (hereinafter Korean time). Tampa Bay’s winning streak ended at ’13’. Toronto starter Jose Berrios reported his first win of the season after two straight losses.
Toronto scored first with George Springer’s solo arch in the first inning, and after two outs in the second inning, Kevin Kiermeier’s left-handed hit and George Springer’s walk provided additional points on first and second base. Bo Bisset’s double in right field ran away with one more run. Tampa Bay, which started a counterattack, made up for one point with a timely hit by Luke Reilly, 2nd out and 3rd base in the 4th inning.
Toronto completed the big innings in the 5th inning. Back-to-back hits by Bo Bisset and Vladimir Guerrero Jr., and a walk by Dalton Basho made the bases loaded safely 카지노. Matt Chapman struck out, but pinch hitters Alejandro Kirk and Santiago Espinal added two runs on consecutive push walks. In the continued bases-loading chance, the score gap widened to 6-1 thanks to the selection of the fielder and the opponent’s error.
After one out in the 7th inning, Tampa Bay caught up with two runs with home runs by Brandon Lowe and Christian Betancourt, but failed to turn around.
Toronto starter Jose Berrios reported his first win of the season, boasting a good pitching with 4 hits, 6 strikeouts and 1 run in 5 innings. Bo Bisset completed a five-hit game and Kevin Kiermeier had a multi-hit game.
On the other hand, Tampa Bay starter Drew Rasmussen collapsed with 8 hits, 4 walks, 4 strikeouts and 5 runs in 4⅓ innings. Christian Betancourt achieved multi-hits including a home run, but was overshadowed by the team’s defeat.