Jose Berrios (29, Toronto Blue Jays) is inconsistent and unable to show a sense of stability to the starting lineup.

Berrios started on the 25th (Korean time) in the 2023 major league match against the Baltimore Orioles held at Oriole Park in Baltimore, Maryland, USA, and was sluggish with 9 hits (2 homers), 4 strikeouts and 5 runs in 6 innings. His earned run average for the season rose to 3.55.카지노사이트

He also failed to win 10 games. Berrios, who won his 9th win with 3 runs in 5⅔innings against Boston on the 6th, failed to win in the next 3 games.

The start was good. After catching Adley Luchman on a shortstop fly ball in the first inning, he struck out Gunner Henderson. He started with a three-way foul, blocking Anthony Santander with a fly ball to right field. The second inning also cruised with a fly ball and two infield ground balls.

In the third inning, he blocked it with a straight hit by the first baseman, a floating ball by the center fielder, and a floating ball by the left fielder.

The problem was 4 times. The batters took a two-run lead in the top of the fourth inning with an RBI grounder by Vladimir Gurriel Jr. and a sacrifice fly by George Springer.

Berrios allowed the game to tie right away in the bottom of the 4th inning. Santander hit a two-run four with 1 out and 1 base. The 96.2 mile four-seam fastball on the third pitch came in a little high and hit it all.

And it collapsed 5 times. This time, he allowed a long hit. Following a hit by Austin Hayes, he allowed a home run to Cedric Mullins. In a full count match, the sixth pitch sinker went into the middle. Without missing it, Mullins connected with a home run.

The crisis continued. After one out, Berrios dedicated consecutive hits to Adam Frazier and Lutchman. Next, Henderson scored a timely hit and conceded one more point. The score is 2-5.

Toronto chased one point after Brandon Belt’s solo gun exploded in the 6th inning.

Berrios also got on the mound in the bottom of the 6th inning. After two outs, he was hit by a double by Mullins, but struck out Ramon Urías and came down.

CBS Sports pointed out that “Berrios had a good average ERA of 1.84 with one loss in five games in July, but in August, he gave up 12 points in four appearances (20⅔ innings) (average ERA of 4.98).”

After the last season, Toronto showed deep trust by signing a 7-year, $131 million (approximately 173.8 billion won) extra-large extension contract with Berrios. However, the team is not performing as well as expected.

Toronto, which was defeated that day, fell into a two-game losing streak. With a record of 70 wins and 58 losses in the season, it is third in the American League East Division. In the wild card race, he stayed in 4th place.

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