‘3G ERA 1.64’ Special rookie who appeared in the Dodgers, 4K 1 run victory in 6 innings

The Los Angeles Dodgers won thanks to the performance of a top-notch rookie starting pitcher.

The Dodgers won 6-1 against the Washington Nationals at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California on the 30th (Korean time). 

Rookie starting pitcher Bobby Miller earned his second win of the season with 4 hits, 1 walk, 4 strikeouts and 1 run in 6 innings. Miller, who joined the Dodgers in the first round (29th pick) of the 2020 draft, is one of the Dodgers’ most anticipated prospects. Although he debuted in the big leagues faster than expected due to a series of injuries to his starting pitchers, he is doing well with an ERA of 1.64 in his first three games. 

Victor Gonzalez (1 inning scoreless) – Justin Breuil (1 inning scoreless) – Shelby Miller (1 inning scoreless) led the bullpen to keep the victory without conceding a run. On the other line, JD Martinez led the team’s victory by hitting his 11th home run of the season. David Peralta added strength with a multi-hit. 

Washington took the lead in the second inning with Cory Dickerson’s double and CJ Abrams’ one-run RBI. 토토사이트

The Dodgers, who played a game that was dragged to Washington until the 4th inning, had a Jason Heyward walk in the 5th, Miguel Vargas shortstop’s fielder’s choice and third baseman’s catch error, James Outman’s 1 RBI sacrifice fly, Mookie Betts’ hit, Freddy Freeman’s 2 RBI double, Will Smith A walk and Martinez’s three-run home run turned the game around, scoring six runs. 

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