Chicago .– Carlos Rodon Provided the second hitting for the current season after losing the perfect match on the field to the batting with one exit in the new game in which Chicago White Sox Overpowered Cleveland Indians.
Short sleeved on a chilly night in Chicago, Rodon delivered 114 shots, 75 of them on strike. The third overall pick in the 2014 Amateur Draft is seven in his first match in his career and his second full game.
Rodon was traveling perfectly until he reached Puerto Rico Roberto Perez On the foot with a slider on the 0-2 count with one exit in the ninth game. Amazingly, he watched the pale-footed rookies baffled as Perez began his career to first base.
The left-hander rebuilt the exit path Yu Chang Without ventilation and withdrawal Jordan Loblow With a strong roll to the waiting room to start the celebration. The 7,148 fans cheered Roudon (2-0), who celebrated with his teammates near the hill before he began spreading hugs.
It was the first time that the White Sox had not hit since Lucas Juioletto threw a jewel on August 25 of last year against Pittsburgh and ranked No. 20 in the history of the franchise, and is the second most popular player in major league history, only behind him. Dodgers (23).
Rodon came closest to losing a hitter when Josh Naylor The ninth opened with a slow grinder to start. The Cuban Man Jose Abreu He grabbed the ball and stomped on the platform before Naylor swept his head.
The rulers approved the decision after reviewing the response to the public’s delirium.
For the White Sox, Dominican Yermin, Mercedes He went 5-3 with three RBIs and scored one fellow countryman Yuri Garcia 3-1 with one production and scored twice, while the Cuban Louis Robert He went 2-on-5 with the RBI and scored a fellow countryman Yoon Moncada 4-1 with two RBI and one scoring.
For Indians, Dominican Jose Ramirez, 3-9, Franmel Reyes went blank in three bats, like Amide Rosario.
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