Atlanta, Georgia 2021-09-18 01:55:14 –
Kevin Gausman, who took the place of San Francisco after running out of fielders on the bench, lifted the Sacrifice Fly on Friday night 11 times as the Giants defeated the Atlanta Braves 6-5.
In the match between the division leaders, both teams hit home runs to extend the match in the 9th inning.
The Giants (96-52) lost two games in a row, overtaking second-placed Los Angeles Dodgers (94-54) to extend their lead to two games in the National League West.
Meanwhile, the Braves (76-69) lost their advantage in the NL East after losing three times in a row. They lead the Philadelphia Phillies (75-72) in just two games.
After Braves deliberately walked Evan Longoria and Donovan Solano on a short flyout, Gausman was summoned from the bench to Jacob Webb (4-3).
With .184 batters this season, Gausman was able to beat Joc Pederson’s throw in Joc Pederson’s fourth walk-off victory of the season after Brandon Crawford extended the web to full count. rice field.
Camilo Doval (3-1), who threw the top scorer in 11th place, won.
Both teams recovered from the ninth deficit and proceeded with the match.
Travis d’Arnaud hit Tyler Rogers in three runs and Atlanta one point behind after home runs by Brandon Belt, Crawford and LaMonte Wade Jr. gave the Giants a 4-2 lead. 5-4 before.
Braves, close to Will Smith, came within one strike from his 33rd save, and Solano, who beat Mike Yastrzemski, drew the match to the left with a blast.
Both D’Arnaud and Solano have collected the seventh Homer of the season.
Giants starter Logan Webb gave up two runs out of the first five batters, but was two outs away from scoring 10 consecutive wins before Rogers hit D’Arnaud’s home run. He retired 19 of the last 22 batters he faced, allowing 6 hits and 2 runs to finish 7 innings. He hit 9 and didn’t take a walk.
After Adam Duvall’s two-out, two-run double gave the Braves a quick lead in the first top, the Giants needed only 10 pitches to pull even a two-run home run with Darin Ruf’s walk and belt. bottom. season.
Crawford led the second in his 21st home run and shot Braves starter Ian Anderson solo. Wade then pushed his fourth and 18th home run into San Francisco Bay, leading 4-2.
Anderson made a 52/3 inning, hitting 5 hits and hitting 4 runs. He walked two and hit seven.
Crawford scored two hits and scored the Giants twice. The Giants improved to 10-7 with additional innings.
Austin Riley, Duval and Freddie Freeman each made two hits for the Braves, who had opened the Western Swing in 10 games.
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