Sunday, May 28, 2023

MLB. Padres beat Giants in CDMX home run fair: 16-11

In an afternoon of 11 home runs and 30 hits overall, The San Diego Padres beat the San Francisco Giants, 16–11. This Saturday is the first regular season game in the history of big league Played in Mexico City.

The Padres got the scoreline tied going into the bottom of the opening inning. Dominican nelson cruz hit a double that, combined with an error by third baseman JD Davis, drove in two runs scored by Xander Bogaerts and the Dominican Manny Machado,

How was the game between the Padres and the Giants?

in the second inning, to scene many, starting pitcher for San Francisco, had the bases loaded with two outs; After a ‘wild pitch’ that went 3–0 by Austin Nola, the pitcher corrected course and allowed no more damage.

the reaction of Giants He started the third inning with the first two homers of the game; Back to back, Brandon Crawford and Lamonte Wade Jr. hit San Diego first baseman Joe Musgrove to full-back to make the score 3–2.

loss Guardian, They took a two-run lead in the bottom of the third inning with a single by Cruz’s full-back stick and a run by Nola scored by Jake Cronenworth.

Leading off the fifth, Musgrove beat JD Davis and Michael rest They reached base with a single, and then Mitch Haniger appeared with a home run to lead his teammates off and even the score at 5–5 for San Francisco.

Brent Honeywell took to the mound to try to fix the problem left behind by Musgrove. The bases were loaded for the reliever and then the bases were emptied on a ground ball to left field by Venezuelan thyroid Estrada who drove in three runs in 8×5 for the Giants.

The Padres got back into the fight in the bottom of the fourth inning with two solo home runs, one after the other, the first by the Dominican juan soto And to shorten the 8×7 from Bogaerts.

San Diego converted the score with another two sticks from the four corners, one from Dominican Fernando Tatis ahead of Trent Grisham, and another from Machado for 10–8.

In the seventh chapter, the game was tied at 10×10 with a home run by Blake Sabol that moved Haniger to the lead. The next batsman, David Villar, also worked in favor of 11×10. san francisco,

The bottom of the seventh inning started with a double by Tatis and then another home run by Machado San Diego for 12×11 Somersault.

The Padres won with Grisham’s double in the eighth inning, which drove in South Carolina. ha-Seong Kim And to go through the NOLA register.

rally of San Diego The four runs were completed with two more runs scored by Grisham and Machado scored on a single by Cruz for 16–11.

with five hits in six at-bats, nelson cruz was the hero of San Diego’s crime. At the end of the game the veteran Dominican baseball player said, “It’s the craziest game ever played, the important thing is that we won.”

The game-winning pitcher was Tom Cosgrove and Tyler Rodgers took the loss.

The home run tally for this game closed at 11-6. San Diego and of 5 san francisco— and came within two of tying the 2019 Major League Baseball record for most homers in a game set by the Arizona Diamondbacks and Philadelphia Phillies.

On Sunday, the Californian franchise’s second match of the two-match series will be played at the Alfredo Harp Helu Stadium in Mexico City, starting at 2:00 PM local time.

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