From defensive miscues to batting silence…Gaussman gives up 2 runs on 8 hits in 6 innings.

It’s been a rough day for Toronto Blue Jays starter Kevin Gaussman.

Toronto lost an away game 0-7 바카라사이트 to the Baltimore Orioles held at Camden Yards at Oriole Park in Baltimore, Maryland, USA on the 24th (Korean time).

With the defeat on this day, he recorded 1 win and 1 loss in this series and recorded a season record of 70 wins and 57 losses. Baltimore is 78-48.

Starter Kevin Gausman pitched well with 5 hits, 1 home run, 1 walk, 8 strikeouts and 2 runs in 6 innings, but became a losing pitcher.

The fact that he became a losing pitcher even after leaving such a record shows how difficult it was to start today.

Once the defense did not help him. First baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr. in the first inning and second baseman Whit Merrifield in the second inning made a defensive error. In particular, in the second inning, a defensive error led to a crisis with one company loaded.

Gaussman overcame the self-inflicted crisis on his own. He escaped the crisis by striking out Ramon Urias and Adley Lutzman in the second inning with one out and bases loaded.

He failed to prevent a run in the third inning. He allowed leadoff hitter Gunna Henderson to hit a double to left field and eventually allowed a run on Ryan Mountcastle with a run on third base.

He allowed a double to Austin Hays and was on the verge of conceding two outs, second and third bases, but escaped the risk of extra runs by striking out Cedric Mullins with a swinging miss. In the fifth, he hit a solo home run off Anthony Santander.

The batting line didn’t help him either. On this day, Baltimore changed its starting pitcher from Jack Flairty, who complained of “general fatigue,” to Dean Cremer, but he seemed unable to properly cope with this.

After missing 2 out 1st and 3rd base opportunities in the 1st inning, there was no significant turning point. Up to the 6th inning, while recording 5 hits, he struck out 5 and failed to score a single point. I couldn’t even dare to walk.

This bad luck is not unique to today’s game. Canadian sports media ‘Sportsnet’ introduced that Gaussman is receiving support for a score of 3.23, the lowest in the major leagues this season.

Toronto was also completely defeated in a fight with the opponent’s bullpen after Kramer. There were also sad scenes. In the 8th inning, Cavan Vizio hit a ball with a batting speed of 100 miles and an angle of 33 degrees. Center fielder Mullins threw himself over the fence and caught it.

In the meantime, the bullpen allowed additional runs. Trevor Richards gave up a home run to Santander at the bottom of the 8th inning, and then gave up another run due to an error by the catcher following a wild throw from 1st and 2nd base, and even gave up a sacrifice fly. The damage did not end here. In the 2nd, 2nd and 3rd bases, he gave up a heavy hit to Lutzman, allowing 2 more runs and increasing the damage.

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