Toronto Manoah Races Eight Sweeps in White Sox With Good Pitcher
The Toronto Blue Jays’ winning streak continues.
Toronto beat the Chicago White Sox 8-3 at Rogers Center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the 3rd (Korea Standard Time).
With the victory, he swept the series and won eight consecutive games. It is the most consecutive win of the season and the longest since eight consecutive wins in September last year. He recorded the highest winning margin (+10) this season with 30 wins and 20 losses. The White Sox won 23 games and lost 26 games
Starter Alec Manoa’s brilliant pitching stood out. He allowed six hits, one walk, five strikeouts and three runs in 7 2/3 innings.
Toronto, which had to lead Ryu Hyun-jin with poor arm condition to the fourth inning the previous day, expected a lot from Manoa on the same day, and Manoa lived up to that expectation.
After striking out Yasmani Grandal in a two-out bases-loaded crisis in the first inning, he did not send a single runner until Jose Abreuil allowed a right-handed hit in the seventh inning.
In the fifth inning, shortstop Bob Bissett’s dynamic backhand catch followed by a good defense, but his ball was also powerful. He faced White Sox hitters with a large slider with an average speed of 80.9 miles, a four-seam fastball and sinker with an average speed of 92 to 93 miles, and occasional changeups.
I could see the shutout, but unfortunately I couldn’t. The defense of third baseman Matt Chapman, who came out with two outs and runners on first base in the eighth inning, was disappointing. Leury Garcia hit an ordinary grounder and caught it, but all the runners lived because he couldn’t find a place to throw. Louis Robert then allowed a left-center double and allowed two runs and went down the mound. Adam Simbur, who took the mound as a relief pitcher, was hit by Yoan Moncada and allowed three runs
The hitters did their jobs, too. In the third inning, leadoff hitter Raimel Tapia advanced to third base due to a throwing error following a double toward right field and stepped home with Santiago Espinal’s double play on the first and second bases with no outs. In the fifth inning, Espinal hit a double to the right-center with two outs and runners on first base, adding one point, and Teosca Hernandez’s two-run home run broke out in the sixth inning.
Toronto, which had a shaky 4-3 lead, scored a big goal in the bottom of the eighth inning. Starting with a double by leadoff hitter Hernandez, Caván Vizio’s double at first and second bases with no outs, and Espinal and Bob Bissett’s consecutive hits with two outs, widened the gap. Thanks to this, closer Jordan Romano was able to take another day off.
It was a devastating eighth inning for the White Sox. Raynal also put in three bullpen pitchers, starting with Lopez, Aaron Boomer and Jimmy Lambert, but failed to extinguish the fire 파워볼게임
White Sox starter Johnny Cueto did well with seven hits, one home run, one walk, five strikeouts and four runs (three earned runs) in six innings, but the light faded