Baltimore, Maryland 2021-08-02 22:55:07 –
Jorge Lopez allowed one run and one hit in six innings, while the Baltimore Orioles beat host New York Yankees 7-1 on Monday night, hitting four home runs from Andrew Heaney. 8 times field.
Lopez (3-12) finished his nine-start unwinning streak, marking his first win over Cleveland since June 6. He has been on Monday 0-6 with 7.43 ERA since that victory.
Lopez, who made a high five in his career, lost a no-hitter no-run when Joey Gallo doubled to sixth. However, the right-handed man defeated Giancarlo Stanton before retiring Rougned Odor and Gary Sanchez to finish his outing.
Lopez hit four and threw 106 pitches, 58 of which were strikes.
Cedric Mullins and Austin Hays hit two outs in a row in the third inning. Ryan Mountcastle and Ramon Urias returned home with a three-batter span for the fourth time as the Orioles took the lead 4-0.
Heaney was acquired by the Los Angeles Angels on Friday, allowing four innings, six hits and four runs, and heard boos on his home debut. He made his career high by allowing four home runs, and both examples opposed the Orioles.
Anthony Rizzo ran a solo run to New York on a sacrifice fly in the fifth inning, but Lopez escaped the innings over Aaron Judge.
Heaney allowed one hit on his first order, but Malins was 1-0 when he hit the right fielder with a full-count fastball. After three pitches, Hayes fired a one-on-one fastball into the left fielder’s seat.
Mountcastle hit a curved ball in the left field to open 4th, and Urias delayed the 1-1 change-up to the visiting bullpen over the field fence in the center left.
Pedro Severino and Michael Franco’s sacrifice fly gave the Orioles a 6-1 lead in 6th place, while Anthony Santander’s double play grounder was 7-1 in 8th place.
Caesar Valdez allowed the first two Yankees to reach the seventh before DJ LeMahieu bounced off the double play. Paul Fry instigated Reso to finish in 7th place, throwing a scoreless 8th place after a delay as the cat ran around the field.
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