The series between the Atlanta Braves and Los Angeles Dodgers is undoubtedly one of the most exciting of the weekend, confirmed by Julio Urias.
The second clash between the two ninths began as the first match of the series ¡A todo tren!
The fight started with some discomfort for the Mexican, however, as Ronald Acuna Jr. was ticketed and after a hit by Austin Riley, he managed to get a zero in the first inning.
However, Atlanta’s offense has shown that it rarely forgives pitchers who go down in Rockies starts.
In the second inning, the Dodgers starter ran into trouble again, this time he couldn’t escape unscathed, allowing the first run of the visit at the hands of Travis d’Arnaud with a solo run 387 feet to left field.
With the score 1×0 in favor of the Braves, the offense continued to pressure Julio Urias, Eddie Rosario negotiated a ticket after a home run, and Orlando Arcia doubled through left field to put runners on third and second.
The turn came for Michael Harris II and the worst situation a pitcher could experience at 0-1 was nothing more than robbing home.
Any runner trying to catch a base is primarily the responsibility of the pitcher.
As Rosario was about to make the second pitch, Urias played the Caribbean, taking advantage of the fact that he was a left-hander.
Julio Urias outlived Eddie Rosario
Before throwing to the plate, “Edicito” Julio Urias took nearly 10 steps toward home plate before realizing the situation, and despite his delayed reaction and deflected shot, he managed to retire his opponent impressively.
Thanks to catcher Will Smith’s good reflexes, he was able to control “El Culichi’s” errant shot to target Eddie Rosario before scoring the second run.
Atlanta manager Brian Snitker immediately got on the phone to ask whether or not to replay the play, which ultimately did not happen.
In this way, the Puerto Rican was kicked out at home for the fourth time this season in a robbery attempt.
Then you can enjoy the video of the play: