‘158km 6 Innings 5K 3R’ Fujinami’s first QS debut, 3 consecutive losses, Mets 3-2 Oakland

Shintaro Fujinami, who emerged as a rival by competing with Shohei Ohtani (LA Angels) for a fastball in his amateur days, failed again to win his first major league win.

Fujinami started in the home game against the New York Mets held at the home stadium Oakland Coliseum on the 16th (hereinafter Korean time) and gave up 4 hits and 2 walks in 6 innings and allowed 3 runs. The team lost 2-3, and Shintaro took the loss.

Appeared in 3 games this season and recorded 3 losses and an ERA of 11.37.

In his debut match on the 2nd, 먹튀검증Fujinami was hit by the Los Angeles Angels, giving up 5 hits, 3 walks and 8 runs in 2⅓ innings. However, this time, he pitched five or more innings for the first time, making his first quality start in his big league debut. Although he was not supported by the other line, it was a meaningful pitch in that he showed the possibility of establishing himself as a starter in the future.

Shintaro, who threw 92 balls, had a fastball speed of 98.1 miles (158 km) and an average of 96.4 miles. He threw 50 fastballs, 28 splitters, 11 sliders, and 3 sweepers each, striking out 5.

Mets starter Carlos Carrasco pitched well, giving up 2 runs on 4 hits in 5 innings, but the Mets’ bullpen stood out. Drew Smith, who took the mound in the 6th inning, saved 1⅓ innings with no hits and no runs, Brooks Reilly, ⅔ innings, 1 strikeout and no run, and Adam Ottavino recorded a hold with 2 walks and 2 walks in 1 inning.

Closer David Robertson, who pitched in the ninth inning, blocked one inning with one hit, one strikeout, and earned his third save of the season.

Oakland took the lead in the bottom of the second inning, scoring two runs first. Ramon Lorino’s left-handed hit and Aledmis Diaz’s left-handed double gave the second and third base chances, and after one death, Conor Capel’s first baseman’s grounder scored, and Lorino scored. Then, Carlos Perez was hit by a sand dune and went out with one run and the bases loaded, and Esteuri Ruiz scored a heavy blow to lead 2-0. However, Oakland was unable to add to the score afterwards.

In the meantime, the Mets made up for one run with a solo home run by Pete Alonso after one out in the top of the 4th inning. Alonso pulled the slider in the middle of Fujinami’s second pitch and flew over the wall to his left. The 7th home run of the season with a distance of 421 feet. Alonso led the National League alone in home runs.

In the midst of a tight pitching battle, the Mets reversed the charter in the top of the 7th inning. The Mets, who tied the score 2-2 with a left-handed solo home run by leader Mark Kanha, created another chance when Daniel Vogelbeck walked. While pitcher Tim Locastro was put in, the opponent replaced the pitcher with Trevor May.

After Locastro stole second base, Luis Guillermo struck out on a swing, and Francisco Alvarez withdrew with a fly ball from first baseman, but Brandon Nemo hit a double from the right and called in a runner to score the winning run.

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