‘KKKKKKKKKKKKKK’ Gaussman, 7 scoreless innings… Toronto, ending 10 overtimes and running for 7 consecutive wins

The Toronto Blue Jays won a thrilling end game after an extended game.

Toronto won 1-0 in the match against the Seattle Mariners held at the Rogers Center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the 30th (Korean time). The last 7 wins in a row.

Dalton Basho became the main character of the game that day, hitting a walk-off hit in the 10th inning. Starting pitcher Kevin Gausman threw a good pitch with 6 hits, 1 walk, and 13 strikeouts in 7 innings, but he did not become the winning pitcher as the other line did not score. However, he was comforted by achieving the record for the most strikeouts in a single game in his personal career. The bullpen line of Jack Pop (1 inning), Jordan Romano (1 inning), and Eric Swanson (1 inning) struggled with no runs and laid the foundation for victory on the day.

Seattle is on a four-game losing streak. Starting pitcher Easton McGee pitched 6 ⅔ innings with 1 hit, 1 walk, 2 strikeouts and no runs, but the other line did not respond. 메이저사이트

Both teams engaged in a fierce pitching battle throughout the game. Seattle had six hits through the ninth inning, but failed to score. In the first inning, it was regrettable that we could not save the chance to run on first and third base, created by Jared Kellenic and Eugenio Suarez’s consecutive hits. The Toronto lineup only recorded one hit through the ninth inning. 

In the game that led to an overtime game, in the 10th inning, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. hit second base safely, connecting chances on first and third base safely, and Matt Chapman’s 4th pitch of an automatic high made a chance for the bases to be safely loaded. Basho ended the game with a walk-off hit.

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