Kansas City, Missouri (AP) – Amet Rosario The Cleveland Indians beat Kansas City 7-2 on Tuesday.
Dominican held five Reserve Banks for the first time in his career and equaled his best record in wins. Since at least 1920, when RBIs became an official statistic, no one went from 5 to 5 with five RBIs and two types of home runs in the same game, according to STATS.
“I always wanted more and planned to achieve more,” Rosario said.
Sock Plesack (9-4) He hit two hitters without giving up a touchdown over seven innings. He hit seven and did not leave.
“There was straight control throughout the night,” Blasak insisted. “It opens up opportunities for speed change.”
Blazek has also controlled his own Salvador Perez in his last five games. Venezuela took a 3-0 lead in the match.
In his career against Blaze, he was 5-0 with three strike outs.
Jacob Junis (2-4) Allowed three touchdowns and four wins in 4 2/3 innings. Rosario pushed all three runs.
Rosario showed her speed in hitting the home run into the park in the first inning, sending her ball so far that it didn’t reach the right fielder. Edward Oliverus.
The Venezuelan Ranger fell as the ball slipped. Rosario scored Cleveland’s first home run since Jason Gibbins won an accurate one in Kansas City on August 24, 2018.
“When I connected and the ball hit the wall, I was looking three times,” Rosario said. “When I passed the second (third-class coach Kyle Hudson) and saw him waving his hands, I realized it was going to be a home run, and I kept going.”
For the Indians, Dominican Rosario 5-5 and two runs and five RBI. Jose Ramirez 5-0 first, Rice in Franmill Of 4-0.
For the Royals, Venezuelan Perez 3-0, Edward Oliver 3-0. Dominican Carlos Santana 4-1 with a push. Puerto Rican Emmanuel Rivera Scored a run as 2-0.