Boston Red Sox Chris Sale (34) is not getting the momentum to rebound.
Sale started in a game against the Baltimore Orioles held at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland, USA on the 25th (Korean time) and recorded 9 hits, 1 walk and 5 runs in 5 innings.
Sale, who recorded a three-way offense in the first inning, walked Ramon Urias in the second inning with one out. However, he stopped stealing second base and ended the inning without a major crisis. In the third inning, he was hit with a double by leadoff hitter Cedric Mullins, and with one out and second base, Adam Frazier allowed one run on a timely hit.
Sale, who was hit by Ryan Mountcastle in the 4th inning with one out, gave up 2 runs with doubles from Anthony Santander and Ramon Urias in a row. He also allowed James McKenn to tie the game 4-4 with an RBI on time.
The crisis continued into the 5th episode. Sale sent leadoff hitter Jorge Mateo into scoring position with a double, and Austin Hays hit a timely 1 RBI hit to give the game a 4-5 comeback score. Sale, who recorded 83 pitches, finished the mound by replacing Ryan Brazer in the sixth inning, where Boston was losing 4-5.
After undergoing Tommy John surgery in 2020, Sale, who has been suffering from big and small injuries and has not been able to properly play the season, has digested the season healthy this season, but his performance is not good. On this day, he pitched sluggishly, and his season earned run average soared to 8.22. Sale, who signed a 5-year, 145 million dollar (approximately 193 billion won) contract extension with Boston in March 2019, still has a 2-year, 55 million dollar (approximately 73.2 billion won) contract left, including this season. 메이저사이트