Chris Seal joined Sandy Kovacs as the only shooters in history to have gone three flawless rounds at the Boston Red Sox and beat the Minnesota Twins 12-2 on Thursday night.
Sala’s pure first episode came against Baltimore on May 8, 2019. He also did it the following month against Kansas City.
In the match against the Twins, he joined Koufax in the third inning when he hit Nick Gordon, Andrelton Simmons and Rob Rifsneider, each with just three pitches.
Kovacs completed his acting roles with the Los Angeles Dodgers from 1962 to 1964.
Bobby Dalbeck hit twice at home and produced seven runs, while Raphael Devers hit his 30th home run, a two-round hit during a five-point attack in the sixth inning.
In doing so, the Red Sox almost finished the game and Sale achieved their third victory in the same number of starts since their comeback, after undergoing surgery on Tommy John.
Sell (3-0) made 5 1/3 innings, strike out eights and give up two runs and a pair of hits. Willians Astudillo reached the two-running homer in the fifth inning, marking the Twins’ only touchdown against Sale.
It also ended for Astudillo, after moving from the waiting room to open the bottom of the eighth and giving Minnesota painkillers a break on a hot night when the team had yet to board the plane.
Dalbeck’s second-half home run from John Grant (4-8) gave Sale some reassurance and kick-started Boston’s offensive.
For the twins, Miguel Sano 3-0. Venezuelan Luis Arriez 4-0, studio 4-1 with a run scored and two RBIs.
For the Red Sox, Puerto Rican Kiki Hernandez scored 4-1 in two rounds, and Cristian Vazquez 4-0 and scored one goal. Dominican Divers 5-2 with a run scored and three RBIs. Mexican Alex Verdogo 4-1 with RBI.
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