2021-05-31 16:50:07 –
José Berríos was sharp, efficient and almost invincible in Baltimore on Monday.
With his longest start of the season (more than eight innings) and perhaps one of the best matches of his career, Berríos beat the Orioles 13 times in a row at one point and was very quick at that point. Played in.
Berríos stole the Twins as much as possible and continued up to nine times. From there, his teammates took over, and the Twins contributed a tense 3-2 victory in 10 innings at Oriole Park at Camdenyard, driving the home team to 14 consecutive losses.
Interesting things happened ten times after the Twins scored one on the wild pitch and two on Jorge Polanco’s fifth home run of the season.
Hansel Robles saved the first batter with a double, and the autorunner allowed the score, at which point the Twins lead was reduced to one. Robles struck out Stevie Wilkerson, struck out Austin Winds, and walked Freddy Galvis after DJ Stewart struck out to third place with no outs and struck out Ryan Mountcastle’s looks.
The only downside to Berríos on Monday was a five-time long ball served by first baseman Ryan Mountcastle, who drew the game. He gave up five hits, three of which were relatively It was a weak hit. The fifth hit was the ninth first weak single, which fell just above the stretched Polanco.
From there, Taylor Rogers came in and needed only six pitches to get out of the inning, struck out Anthony Santander, double-played Maikel Franco, and sent the game to the extras.
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