Kershaw’s humiliation of ‘4 ⅔ innings 4 runs steel plate’… ‘Prohibited drug villain’ Tatis Jr.

 Clayton Kershaw (35, LA Dodgers), who had a perfect comeback season, was shaken. I was completely taken by Fernando Tatis Jr. (24, San Diego Padres), the ‘prohibited drug villain’.

Kershaw started on the 6th (Korean time) in the ‘2023 Major League’ match against San Diego held at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA, and collapsed with 4 runs with 8 hits (2 homers), 5 walks and 7 strikeouts in 4⅔ innings. Kershaw’s season earned run average soared to 2.53.

Kershaw was dreaming of a perfect comeback this season. He was very active with 5 wins and 1 loss in 6 games, 38 innings, 41 strikeouts, and an earned run average of 1.89. He even said that he could aim for his 4th personal video season, and when he started, he was responsible for more than 6 innings, and even said that the Dodgers Ace had returned after erasing the last 2 seasons, which suffered from an injury.

But this day was different. Compared to the other days, Kershaw’s pitching was particularly shaky, and in front of Tatis Jr., he became particularly small. Tatis Jr. was suspended for 80 games in August of last year for taking a banned substance, and recently returned to the ground and was starting his ‘devil’s talent’.

It started when Tatis Jr. hit a solo shot in the middle of the month with a 1-0 lead at the end of the 3rd inning. A high fastball with a speed of 91.4 miles per hour was hit with a ball count of 2-2.

Kershaw collapsed after being hit by Tatis Jr. in the bottom of the 5th inning. Leading batter Trent Grisham went on base with a walk, and Tatis Jr. hit a left-handed two-run four. In the ball count 1-2, the 4th slider went in flat.토토사이트

After back-to-back hits by Manny Machado and Juan Soto, Kershaw struck out Zander Bogatz and Nelson Cruz in a series of extreme pitches. However, as Jake Cronenworth walked out, he was put in a crisis with two outs loaded, and Ha-seong Kim allowed an infield hit in front of the shortstop, allowing a run to make it 1-4.

As a result, Kershaw had to hand the ball to Phil Bickford after allowing a timely hit to Ha-sung Kim. It was the first time this season that he couldn’t hold out for 5 innings and was relegated. The extra run was avoided as Bickford set Austin Nola back on a grounder from second baseman.

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