Faded Ohtani Sweep, Faded Into 159km Fireballer Slack…LAD Loses 6-7 To COL

The Dodgers lost the game against the Colorado Rockies 6-7 at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado on Tuesday (Korea time). The Dodgers has posted a total of 46 wins and 30 losses since its three-game winning streak was suspended. Colorado, on the other hand, escaped from its three-game losing streak, and now has 26 wins and 48 losses overall.

Shohei Ohtani, who was listed on the starting lineup as the first designated hitter, had two hits, three RBIs and one run from five times at bat. He displayed stellar performance by hitting multiple hits. His batting average came to 0.317 OPS (on-base plus slugging) of 0.996.

After recovering from his injury, Bobby Miller was sluggish in six ⅓ innings, allowing six hits, three outs, two strikeouts and five runs. He pitched 79 pitches in total, and the maximum speed was 99.1 miles (159 kilometers). He displayed strong pitching in the return match, but failed to keep the lead.

On this day, the Dodgers organized the lineup in the order of Ohtani (designated hitter), Freddie Freeman (first baseman), Teoscar Hernandez (left fielder), Andy Farras (center fielder), Jason Heyward (right fielder), Gavin Lux (second baseman), Cavan Biggio (third baseman), Enrique Hernandez (striker) and Austin Barnes (catcher). 토토사이트 순위

Colorado advanced to Brenton Doyle (center field), Ezekiel Tova (striker), Ryan McMahon (third baseman), Jacob Starling (catcher), Michael Togila (first baseman), Sean Bouchard (left fielder), Jake Cave (right fielder), Ellehuris Montero (designated hitter) and Adael Amador (second baseman).

In his first at-bat in the first inning, Ohtani was caught on a foul fly to third base. He tried to hit a 94.7-mile fastball from opposing starter Ryan Feltner, but failed to hit the bat accurately.

The Dodgers was overwhelmed by Colorado. In the first inning, Dodgers Miller gave up a right-handed hit to McMahon and a walk to Stallings, and was on the verge of being hit with two outs and runners on the first and second bases. Then, he was hit by a three-run homer over the left fence by Togillah. Dodgers was pulled to 0-3.

However, he successfully counterattacked with a big inning. With one out in the second inning and two outs, Ohtani hit Feltner’s 96.5 horse fastball on the third pitch, when the bases loaded with two outs, including Lux’s hit to the left, Vizio’s hit to the right, and Hernandez’s walk, Ohtani hit a double that cut the gap between left and center. In the meantime, all the runners on the floor stepped home, tying the game. And when Freeman had a hit to the right, Ohtani took the lead. The Dodgers is leading 4-3.

In the third at-bat in the fourth inning, Ohtani was caught grounded out to the third base. With two outs and no runners, he hit a 95.3-mile fastball from Feltner. However, he was caught by the third baseman and was given a poor hit.

The Dodgers allowed the game to be tied again in the fourth inning. Miller was in danger after being hit by a left-handed triple by leadoff hitter Todlia. Then, Bouchard hit a grounder to the third base, but the runner on the third base hit a home run and the game was tied. The score was 4-4.

The Dodgers regained its lead in the fifth inning. Freeman, the leadoff hitter, got on base with a hit in the middle. Hernandez was caught on a grounder to third base, but Frazas hit a left-handed hit, creating a chance with one out and runners on first and third. Hayward then hit a two-run double to take a 6-4 lead.

He had a hit in his fourth at-bat in the sixth inning. With two outs and no runners, Ohtani hit an 82.9 mile curveball thrown by changed pitcher Nick Mears to right-handed hit. However, Freeman grounded out to third and failed to hit home.

However, the game was tied again. In the seventh inning, Miller hit a left-handed double by Bouchard. Then, he grounded out to the pitcher, but failed to block advance. Daniel Hudson, who took the mound instead of Miller, induced Monero to hit a grounder to the third base, but lost the game due to an error. Then, Amador hit a double that cut the left-center field to the second and third bases, and Doyle hit a sacrifice fly to the left field, allowing the game to be tied. The score was 6-6.

He struck out at his fifth at bat in the eighth inning. With runners on the first and second bases with two outs, Ohtani faced off against Jake Bird. However, Ohtani struck out. Ohtani failed to serve as a troubleshooter when he could have taken the lead.

The Dodgers ended up losing in the ninth inning with a walk-off. Dodgers pitcher Johan Ramirez got a hit to the left by Cave and another hit to the left by Montero, putting runners at first and second bases with no outs. Then, he grounded out Montero, but gave up the run after hitting a sacrifice fly to center field to Doyle. The game ended intactly.

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