The All-Star Game was a tight pitching match in the pouring lake rain. The National League ended its 9-game losing streak with a dramatic come-from-behind two-run home run by Elias Diaz (Colorado Rockies).온라인카지노
The National League won a thrilling 3-2 come-from-behind victory against the American League in the 2023 Major League All-Star Game held at T-Mobile Park in Seattle, Washington on the 12th (Korean time).
Prior to this game, the American League dominated the National League in the recent All-Star Game. The American League has been on a winning streak since 2013, destroying the National League 9 times in a row, excluding the one where the All-Star Game was not held due to Corona 19. But this year’s results were different. While the loss was deepening, the National League, which succeeded in turning around in the 8th inning, broke the chain of 9 consecutive losses.
The National League was Ronald Acuna Jr. (right fielder), Freddie Freeman (first baseman), Mookie Betts (center fielder), JD Martinez (designated hitter), Nolan Arenado (third baseman), Luis Araez (second baseman), Sean Murphy. (catcher) – Corbin Carroll (left fielder) – Orlando Arcia (shortstop) has formed a starting lineup.
The American League, which has recently won 9 consecutive wins in the All-Star Game, is Marcus Semien (2nd baseman) – Shohei Ohtani (DH) – Randy Arozarena (left fielder) – Corey Seager (shortstop) – Yandi Diaz (1st baseman) – Adolis Garcia (right fielder) – Austin Hays (center fielder) – Josh Young (3rd baseman) – Jonah Haim (catcher).
The lake rain, worthy of the title of ‘Festival of the Stars’, poured from the first episode, providing fans with something to see. In the first inning of the National League offense, lead hitter Acuna Jr. made a huge hit to right field against American League starter Gerrit Cole. At this time, Garcia, the right fielder, jumped up and showed off a hojobi that caught Acuna Junior’s batted ball. After the ball was caught, Acuna Jr. smiled broadly and saluted Garcia by removing his helmet.
But the lake rain did not stop at once. Freddie Freeman appeared after Acuna Junior. He sent a long hit to left field. Here, this time, Arozarena flew up and made a super catch on Freeman’s batted ball. After opening the cover, Arozarena raised the atmosphere of the All-Star Game to the fullest with her trademark ceremony of folding her arms.
It was the American League that got the first point. In the American League, in the bottom of the second inning, with no runners and no runners, Yandy Diaz pulled the sweeper 80 miles (about 128.7 km) away from the second pitch of Mitch Keller, the second pitcher in the National League. Diaz’s batted ball spread at a speed of 102.4 miles (about 164.8 km), flew 383 feet (about 116.7 m), and led to a solo home run that went over the left fence.
The National League also struck a balance in time. In the National League, in the top of the 4th inning, leadoff hitter JD Martinez took a chance to score by connecting third baseman George Kirby’s 4th curve ball to the middle of the strike zone with a double. Afterwards, Nolan Arenado stepped back with a bum hit, but Luis Araez equalized the score 1-1 with a timely hit.
The American League failed to capitalize on its chance to regain the lead. In the American League, after Ohtani, who started as the lead batter in the top of the 4th inning, got a walk, National League pitcher Alex Cobb settled down on second base. However, as Arozarena-Bo Bisset-Diaz all retreated to the bat, they could not bring home runners.
National League: Jack Gallen (1 inning) – Mitch Keller (1 inning, 1 run) – Josiah Gray (1 inning) – Alex Cobb (1 inning) – Justin Steel (1 inning) American League: Gerrit Cole (1 inning) – Nathan Eboldi (1 inning) – Sonny Gray (1 inning) – George Kirby (1 inning, 1 run) – Carlos Estevez (1 inning) – Yenier Cano (1 inning) continued
The balance collapsed in the bottom of the 6th inning. In the American League, in the bottom of the 6th inning, with no runners and no runners out, Salvador Perez, who took the place of Ohtani, got a hit, and Brent Rooker hit a double to right field to create opportunities for second and third base. Here, Bisset traded a run for his out count against Alexis Diaz to re-gain a 2-1 lead.
In the top of the 7th inning, Lourdes Gurriel Jr.’s home run was turned into a foul as a result of the video review, and the National League, which swallowed regret, succeeded in turning around in the 8th inning. In the National League, Elias Diaz attacked Felix Batista’s splitter at the top of the 8th inning, when the team was trailing 1-2, and took control of the game by hitting a two-run four. And Craig Kimbrel, who finished the ninth inning, overcame the crisis with 2 out on 1st and 2nd base and kept the team victory.