Three straight ‘crazy’ blasts lead to Toronto upset

Ryu Hyun-jin’s team, Toronto, has won three straight games to boost their chances of making the postseason. Three straight blowouts by opposing pitchers helped them pull off the upset.

Byung-min Yoo is a reporter.


Down 2-0 in the bottom of the sixth inning, with two outs, Toronto had a chance to rally behind Kansas City rookie Cole Reagans, who was named Pitcher of the Month for August.

Reagans, who had just snapped a 26-inning scoreless streak, gave up back-to-back singles with a wobbly delivery, then slipped and fell while throwing a wild pitch that sailed over the catcher’s head, putting runners on second and third.

Reagans signaled to the coaching staff that he was OK, but on the very next pitch, he allowed a run on another wild pitch that the catcher couldn’t catch.

And then the next pitch was a bad step, leading to three straight wild pitches,

[Another wild pitch! I can’t believe it! Snyder scores to tie the game].

With the game tied, Toronto went on to pound the opposing bullpen for a 5-2 victory.

Riding a three-game winning streak, Toronto maintained its hold on the second American League wild card and increased its chances of a postseason berth.메이저놀이터

San Diego’s Ha Sung Kim broke his own single-season record for hits with his 131st of the season at Houston.

The center fielder made a diving catch, but video review confirmed it was a one-bound catch.

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