LA Dodgers adjust starting rotation to maximize effect of recruiting Yoshinobu Yamamoto

Yoshinobu Yamamoto, who set a new major league record beyond Gerrit Cole of the New York Yankees, was criticized for allowing five runs in three innings in the second exhibition game. However, the timing is strange. After the news that Ryu had a habit of pitching that he was exposed to in the first game, he collapsed in the next game.

Yamamoto started the 2024 Major League Baseball exhibition game against the Chicago Hua Art Sox at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Arizona, on the 7th (Korea time) and allowed six hits, three walks, four strikeouts and five runs in three innings. In his first appearance against the Texas Rangers on the 29th of last month, he allowed one hit, three strikeouts and no run in two innings, but a week later, he collapsed like a completely different pitcher. Yamamoto’s ERA in exhibition games jumped from 0.00 to 9.00 per game.

Dodgers starting lineup

Mookie Betts (second baseman), Shohei Ohtani (designated hitter), Freddie Freeman (first baseman), Chris Taylor (left fielder), Max Muncy (third baseman), James Outman (middle fielder), Gavin Lux (striker), Austin Barnes (first baseman) – Andy Farrus (right fielder), starter Yoshinobu Yamamoto

White Sox starting lineup

Andrew Benintendi (left fielder), Joan Moncada (third baseman), Louis Robert Jr. (center field), Eloy Jimenez (designated hitter), Andrew Vaughan (first baseman), Dominic Fletcher (right fielder), Paul Deyong (striker), Max Stasi (catcher), Nikki López (second baseman), starter Michael Kopek

Yamamoto lost a lot of points in the first inning. As a leadoff hitter in the bottom of the first inning with a 1-0 lead, Yamamoto faced a crisis by giving up a hit to the right field to Andrew Benintendi and a walk to Yoan Moncada. Home run batter Luis Robert Jr. blocked a fly ball to the right field, but allowed a walk to Eloy Jimenez, loading the bases. Andrew Vaughan blocked a sacrifice fly to center field, changing the count and the number of runs.

He failed to block additional runs with two outs. He had consecutive hits by Dominic Fletcher and Paul De Jong to make the score 1-3. De Jong even allowed a steal to the second base and caught Mass Stasi with a fly ball to the left field to end the inning. He faced a crisis with a walk and a stolen base with two outs in the second inning when the game was tying 3-3, but did not allow a run in the end.

Sources : totosite(토토사이트)

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