The Seattle Mariners scored three hits each from Jesse Winker and Eugene Os Ares, beating Los Angeles Angels 4-3 in Anaheim, California on Friday night to win a clutch performance by Reliever Andres Munoz. ..
Mariners scored single runs in one, three, four and six innings, thanks to four unscored innings by Bullpen, including 1 2/3 of Munos. , Stand up.
A strong right-handed player, Seattle led 4-3 and entered the game at 7th place, but Angel threatened runners in 1st, 2nd and 1st place. I did. However, Munos had pinch hitter David McKinnon hit an inning-end double play.
Eighth, Munos faced the top of the angel's command. He defeated Taylor Ward and was 3-0 behind Mike Trout, who had already tripled home in the game before deliberately walking him.
This strategy was successful as Munoz defeated both Shohei Otani and Jared Walsh to finish the inning.
Paul Sewald closed it on the 9th pitch and got the 6th save.
Angel starter Michael Lorensen (6-5) struggled in June and continued to fight the Mariners on Friday.
With one out in the first inning, Julio Rodriguez walked to second place in Winker's single and scored in Suarez's single to give Seattle a 1-0 lead.
The Mariners added a lead three times after a double and a walk to Suarez by Winker. After two outs, Justin Upton chose a homewinker to gain the advantage of 2-0 Seattle.
Lorensen finished in just 3 innings and needed 85 pitches to get 9 outs. He gave up two runs with four hits and four walks and hit five.
Mariners increased their fourth lead over Angels Bullpen, and Rodriguez led his tenth solo homer of the season 3-0 from Oliver Ortega.
Mariners starter Chris Flexsen (3-8) was second in the league after Aaron Judge (27) after the Angels scored no points in three innings, and 22nd in the season. I won the 4th place in my home run.
Taylor Trammel's RBI single at the top of the 6th increased Mariners' lead to 4-1 but Angels responded with 2 runs at the bottom of the 6th to 4-3. became. Trout has an RBI triple and Otani won the trout at the RBI ground out.
– Field-level media