Still, it’s an ML game… Auckland crowd 2064 on the 16th – 3261 on the 17th, 1.1 innings, 2 runs, Fujinami ERA last among 192
A scoreless match is not easy.
Oakland Athletics right-hander Shintaro Fujinami (29) finished the schedule without a walk in three games. On the 17th (hereafter Korean time), he pitched 7 times against the Arizona Diamondbacks at the Oakland Coliseum in California, giving up 2 runs in 1⅓ innings. He faced eight batters, giving up four hits and striking out three without giving up four pitches. It was the eighth game he played in after changing his position from starting pitcher to relief pitcher.
Compared to before, Jegu seems to have found some stability. 23 of 32 pitches were strikes.
The start was good.
He hit the opponent’s 4th and 5th hitters with a fastball at 155 km/h. He struck out one swing after another and returned it. It was blocked by the bottom line after 2 deaths. He hit batters 6-8, gave up timely hits to consecutive doubles, and allowed 2 runs. He lost a run in three games after the Kansas City Royals game on May 8.
After striking out the lead batter in the top of the 8th inning, Fujinami was hit by the next hitter and passed the mound. Oakland won 9-8, a close game after a close game in the bottom of the 12th inning.토토사이트
On this day, a total of 3,261 spectators entered the Coliseum, the home stadium of Auckland. It is a humiliating performance that is hard to see as a major league game following 2064 the previous day (16th). 2064 is the lowest attendance record for an Auckland home game in 44 years. Oakland is in the process of relocating its hometown to Las Vegas, Nevada.
As of the 17th, 1 win and 4 losses in 12 games, average ERA of 12.24. He threw 25 innings, striking out 24 on 31 hits and giving up 24 on four walks. As of this day, his ERA was the lowest among 192 major league pitchers who threw 20 or more innings.