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The Los Angeles Angels’ 50% win rate collapsed with the silence of two leading batters.
The Angels lost 1-2 in an away game against the Boston Red Sox held at Fenway Park on the 17th (hereafter Korean time).
Mike Trout and Shohei Ohtani both had no hits in four at-bats.
The Angels, who lost the first 3 games out of 4 matches against Boston, 메이저사이트marked 7-8 and their winning rate fell below 50% in 15 games for the first time this season, except for the opening game. It’s early in the season and the American League West is so tightly packed aside from the Oakland Athletics that it’s hard to predict the game ahead of time, but it’s questionable whether the Angels have the strength to push forward.
For the Angels, ace Ohtani will start in Game 4 at 12:10 am on the 18th. If Ohtani fails to prevent a 4-game sweep, the possibility of falling into an out of control cannot be ruled out.
Unlike the 1st and 2nd games, the game was a tight pitching match. Angels starter Reed Detmus struggled hard with 6 hits, 1 walk, 7 strikeouts and 2 runs in 6⅓ innings, but was unable to avoid his first loss of the season (1 loss, 4.50).
Boston starter Garrett Whitlock blocked 7 innings with 3 hits and 1 run and won his first win of the season (1-1, 4.50). Boston closer Ryan Brazer pitched one perfect inning and posted his first save of the season.
It was the Angels who scored first. In the top of the second inning, leadoff Anthony Rendon hit a double from the right to create an opportunity. Hunter Renfro’s infield grounder put one out and third base. Geo Ursella’s well-hit ball went straight to the third baseman and turned it into two, but when Luis Renhipo got a walk and shook Whitlock, Brandon Drury hit right-handed and called in Rendon.
But the Angels’ lead didn’t last long. Boston turned the tide of the game at once with a home run in the bottom of the third inning. After one death, Alex Verdugo went on base with a heavy hit and succeeded in stealing second base. Then, Justin Turner hit a two-run homer off the left wall to turn the score around 2-1. Turner pulled a 94-maral fastball on the second pitch of Detmus and passed the green monster on the left. It is his first home run since moving from the Los Angeles Dodgers last winter.
Both teams couldn’t create any scoring opportunities after that, but the Angels created a golden chance in the top of the 8th inning. However, after Logan Ohapi withdrew due to a fly ball in 1st and 1st and 2nd bases, second base runner Brett Phillips was out due to opposing pitcher Caleb Ott’s quick and accurate check, putting cold water on the chase. The Angels, who lost the previous day due to catcher Matt Ties’ absurd two hits, realized a serious lack of concentration on the day due to the large runner’s mistake.
The Angels’ top batting line, which leads to Jack Neto, Trout, and Ohtani, did not use any strength at all with a total of 12 no hits.
Boston, which had three consecutive victories, recovered its winning rate to 50% with 8 wins and 8 losses.