Houston won 3-2 in Game 4 against Minnesota in the ‘2023 Major League’ American League Division Series (3 wins out of 5) held at Target Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA on the 11th (Korean time). As a result, they stand on the championship series stage for the 7th consecutive year with a series record of 3 wins and 1 loss. 카지노사이트
In the game, starting pitcher Jose Urquidi led the victory by pitching 5⅔ innings, allowing 3 hits, 2 home runs, 1 walk, 6 strikeouts, and 2 runs. The bullpen, including Hector Neris (1⅓ innings, 1 walk, 3 strikeouts, no runs), Brian Abreu (1 inning, no hits, no walks, 2 strikeouts, no runs), and Ryan Pressley (1 inning, no hits, no walks, no walks, 3 strikeouts, no runs), finished the game without allowing any runs. I took a picture.
In the batting lineup, Michael Brantley went 1-for-3 with a home run, 1 RBI, and 1 run scored, and Chas McCormick also went 2-for-3 with 2 hits.
On the other hand, Minnesota’s Eduardo Julien played well with 2 hits in 3 at-bats, 1 home run, 1 walk, 1 RBI, and 1 run, but was unable to prevent the team from losing. Carlos Correa was also silent in the match against his home team with no hits in three at-bats.
On this day, Houston had Jose Altube (second baseman) – Alex Bregman (third baseman) – Jordan Alvarez (designated hitter) – Kyle Tucker (right fielder) – Jose Abreu (first baseman) – Michael Brantley (left fielder) – Chas McCormick (center fielder) ) – Jeremy Pena (shortstop) – Martin Maldonado (catcher) The lineup was formed in that order.
In response, Minnesota had Eduardo Julien (designated hitter) – Jorge Polanco (second baseman) – Royce Luis (third baseman) – Max Kepler (right fielder) – Carlos Correa (shortstop) – Ryan Jeffers (catcher) – Willy Castro (left fielder) – Donovan. The lineup consisted of Solano (first baseman) and Michael A Taylor (center fielder).
From the first inning, Minnesota took the lead with a home run. Leadoff hitter Julien hit a double in the middle of the month, creating a scoring opportunity, but Polanco was caught with a line drive to shortstop, and Julien, who was on second base, was unable to return to base and doubled out. A situation where the atmosphere can become calm. However, Lewis took the lead with a left-handed solo shot.
Houston didn’t sit still either. As expected, he responded with a home run. Leadoff hitter Tucker struck out, Abreu retired with a foul fly to first base, but Brantley drew a solo arch over the right-center field wall. The game returned to square one.
Houston continued to gain momentum. He took the lead in the fourth inning. This time too, there was a home run. Alvarez hit a heavy hit and succeeded in reaching base as the leadoff hitter. Tucker struck out, but Abreu hit a two-run shot that went over the center field fence.
Minnesota also launched a counterattack. With one out and no runner on base in the sixth inning, Julien fired a solo shot to the left. Minnesota also chased down the opponent.
Houston did not concede any more goals. Pil Seung-jo kept the remaining innings scoreless and maintained a one-run lead on thin ice.