Toronto Opening Day starting pitcher Alec Manoa has completed the last inspection ahead of the regular season. The result was good with 6 innings and 1 run.
The Toronto Blue Jays won 6-3 in an exhibition game against the Philadelphia Phillies held at TD Ball Park in Florida, USA on the 25th (Korean time). Starter Manoa became the winning pitcher with 6 innings and 1 run. Dalton Basho, who transferred ahead of this season, stood out in the offense and defense, including two hits and one RBI and a defense that prevented a run.
Manoa recorded 3 hits, 2 walks and 6 strikeouts until the 7th inning with no out and 1st base. He did not give up a run until the 6th inning, and an earned run came when a runner left in the 7th came in. He was hit by the leadoff batter in both the first and second innings, but blocked the following hitters well.
In the fourth inning, he gave up no runs even after being hit with two out and second base. The relay play of left fielder Dalton Basho and third baseman Matt Chapman and Alejandro Kirk fit perfectly. He caught Daric Hall at home and prevented Manoa’s run. 먹튀검증
Manoa recorded 2 wins and 2 losses with an ERA of 3.10 in 5 demonstration games. Now, on the 31st, we will go to the opening game against the St. Louis Cardinals. This is his debut opening game start.
Toronto scored two runs with three extra-base hits in the second inning. Brandon Belt’s double was followed by Basho’s triple and Whit Merrifield’s double. In the 6th inning, when he was leading 2-0, he scored 4 runs with 4 hits including 2 doubles and 2 walks.
Philadelphia played until the WBC Finals without Trey Turner and Kyle Schwaber. In the 7th inning, when he was trailing 0-6, Scott Kingery’s shortstop infield hit with 2nd out, 1st and 3rd base scored his first run. In the eighth inning, Jake Cave scored an RBI with a ground ball, and in the ninth, Toronto made up for another run by taking advantage of an error.