The Major League (MLB) Toronto Blue Jays lost by one point in the last game of their four-game road trip to the Cleveland Guardians.먹튀검증

Toronto lost 3-4 in the 2023 MLB Cleveland match at Progressive Field in Cleveland, Ohio, USA on the 11th (Korean time).

Toronto hit 10 hits, twice as many as Cleveland (five), but drank the bitter cup of defeat as it seldom turned the chances into runs. On this day, Toronto’s residual base reached 10.

Toronto, with 65 wins and 52 losses, stayed in third place in the American League East Division. It is 7 games behind the leader Baltimore Orioles (71-44).

Toronto took the lead. At the beginning of the second inning, Santiago Espinal struck a timely hit to the left with one company on first and second base.

However, he allowed a turnaround right away. In the bottom of the 2nd inning, Jose Tena’s timely hit and Brajan Rozio’s timely double hit from 2 out on 1st and 3rd base turned the game around to 2-1.

Toronto, which gave Cleveland two more runs in the bottom of the 5th inning, created a chance with two bases loaded in the top of the 6th with George Springer’s double and stolen base, Danny Jansen’s hit ball, and Davis Schneider’s walk, but failed to score.

Cleveland managed to recover the two runs in the top of the 7th inning. In the top of the 7th inning, Cavern Vizio hit a left-handed hit, then went to third base with the opposing pitcher’s wild throw and balk, and Whit Merrifield hit a double at the right time in the middle of the game. The follow-up hitter, Brandon Belt, hit right-handed and brought Merrifield home.

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. walked and George Springer struck out with a looking strikeout in the situation of 1st and 2nd base that followed safely.

When the referee declared a strike on the 7th low fastball, Springer strongly expressed his dissatisfaction with the decision. The referee gave the order to leave.

When Springer was sent off, manager John Schneider ran out of the dugout and protested to the referee, and was also sent off.

After Manager Schneider and Springer were ejected, Matt Chapman’s infield hit led to a one-out run, but Alejandro Kirk’s second baseman fly and Davis Schneider’s struck out on a swing failed to score.

Toronto couldn’t score an extra point after that, so it knelt down to Cleveland.

Toronto starter Alec Manoa recorded 4 runs, 4 hits, 6 strikeouts, 3 walks and 4 runs in 4 innings and took his 9th loss (3 wins) of the season.

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