Correspondent Moon Sang-yeol] The late Vin Scully Caster, who relayed the Dodgers in 1967, said, “The best game in baseball is when the home team loses one run in the bottom of the ninth inning.” It is impossible to return home early in a situation where they are trailing by one point.
On the 16th (Korean time), Dodger Stadium is Jackie Robinson Day. The 50,000 spectators couldn’t turn their feet when they were trailing 0-1 at the end of the ninth inning. Dodgers fans are notorious for cars coming to the ballpark late and leaving early.
Coach David Ross of the Chicago Cubs, who led the team 1-0, called right-hander Michael Fulmer, who has been throwing well from the bullpen this year. The atmosphere seemed to be flowing towards the Cubs as the lead hitter JD Martinez was caught with a fly by the center fielder. However, rookie James Outman saved the fire with a right-handed hit. Then, another rookie, Miguel Vargas, took a chance to score with one out and second and third bases with a single through the left field.
In his first at-bat, Jason Heyward, whose home run hit was stolen by Cubs center fielder Cody Bellinger, struck out on a ball count of 1-2 by swinging and missing a sinker. 2 companies. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts called veteran left-handed hitter David Peralta for a second hit.
Peralta, who had been excluded from the game the previous day, connected Fulmer’s first ball cutter with a right-handed, timely hit. Even Vargas, the speedy second base runner, was saved at home and finished with a dramatic 2-1 come-from-behind victory. First walk-off hit of the season.
“We won a really big game on Jackie Robinson Day,” Roberts said. It was a great match finished by Outman, Vargas, and Peralta.” The Dodgers’ locker room was also full of excitement with soap bubbles and smog as if a party was being held. 카지노사이트
“I didn’t play yesterday, but I was preparing,” Peralta said. As prepared, the opportunity came and led to the final hit. It feels good to give fans a good present on Jackie Robinson’s Day,” he laughed.
Unlike the game in which the Dodgers lost 2-8 the day before, today’s game was a tight pitcher’s battle. Cubs starter Jamison Tyone gave up two runs in five innings, two hits, two walks, seven strikeouts, and Dodgers rookie starter Mike Grove also faced off with two hits (home run), two walks, six strikeouts and one run in 5.2 innings. In the top of the 5th inning for the Cubs, third baseman Patrick Wisdom hit his 5th home run of the season.