Sat. Jun 3rd, 2023

 Jacob deGrom, a former Cy Young player who signed a free agent contract with the Texas Rangers in December last year for 5 years and 185 million dollars (approximately 240.5 billion won), showed off a scoreless pitch in the second appearance of the demonstration game.

DeGrom started the home game against the San Diego Padres at Surprise Stadium in Arizona, USA on the 26th (Korean time). He put the opponent’s batting line to rest with no runs (2 hits, 2 walks, 6 strikeouts) in 3⅔ innings.

After one out in the first inning, 바카라사이트he gave up a heavy hit to Lugnes O’Door, but struck out Manny Machado and Nelson Cruz with a fly ball to second base and a swing and miss, respectively.

After completing the first three-way inning in the second inning, deGrom induced Tim Lopez, the lead hitter, with a fly ball in right field, and then gave up a walk to Taylor Colway. After that, Trent Grisham landed a fly ball to right field and Logness Odor threw a grounder to second base to finish the inning.

In the 4th inning, Manny Machado’s walk and Nelson Cruz’s right-handed hit put him on first and second base safely, but he struck out David Dahl and Brandon Dixon in a row. He handed over the mound to Taylor Hearn, the 2nd 1st and 2nd baseman.

The match was won by San Diego 5-3. San Diego turned the tide of the game by completing a 5-run big inning in the 5th inning behind 0-2. San Diego’s Kim Ha-seong did not play. Tsutsugo Yoshitomo, a Japanese hitter active in Texas, struck out on a swing in the ninth inning as a pinch hitter. 

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