The Toronto Blue Jays, the club belonging to Ryu Hyun-jin, the ‘Korean Monster’, hung their heads after an extended bloody battle.  

Toronto lost 1-2 in an away game against the Philadelphia Phillies held at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA on the 11th (Korean time).

After missing a chance to second base safely in the 4th inning, Toronto scored the first run in the 5th inning with a superior one-run home run by lead batter Brandon Belt. 

In the 8th inning, Philadelphia trailed 0-1, leading hitter Brandon Marsh walked. Edmund also became 1st and 2nd base with Sosa’s sacrifice bunt.

Bryson Stad stepped away with a fly in center field, but Brandon Marsh, who was on second base, succeeded in retouching third base. The score failed as 2nd out and 3rd baseman Trey Turner struck out on a missed swing. 

In the ninth inning, consecutive hits by Bryce Harper and Nick Castellanos gave him a chance to secure first and second base. Kyle Schwaber struck out on a swing, but JT Realmuto hit a double to bring runner Bryce Harper home. A 1-1 match is the starting point.

Alec Bom’s grounder from first base resulted in two outs. Brandon Marsh intentionally walked on the 4th pitch and made the bases loaded, but Edmundo Sosa withdrew with a ground ball to 3rd base and no more points were scored. 

Philadelphia won a 2-1 come-from-behind victory in the 10th inning with one out and an opponent’s error on 1st and 2nd base. 메이저놀이터

Both team starters showed off their good pitching. Toronto’s Kevin Gausman showed perfect pitching with 6 scoreless innings (3 hits and 9 strikeouts), but swallowed regret as the pitching team collapsed. 

Philadelphia’s Jack Wheeler boasted a good pitching with 3 hits (1 home run), 1 walk, 7 strikeouts and 1 run in 7 innings, but recorded a no-decision. 

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