Worst day since MLB debut…日 Pitcher Imana, 3 innings, 10 runs

Shota Imanaga, a Japanese pitcher of the Chicago Cubs who was cruising in the U.S. Major League Baseball (MLB), left his worst pitch since his big league debut.

Imanaga started the home game against the “2024 MLB” New York Mets at Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois on the 22nd (Korea time) and allowed 11 hits, one walk, three strikeouts and 10 runs in three innings.

Imana, who entered MLB after signing a four-year, 53 million-dollar contract with the Cubs after the end of the last season, had his worst performance since his debut on the day. He recorded at least one inning in a game, and this is the first time that he allowed double-digit hits and runs in a game. His ERA soared from 1.89 to 2.96.

In the first inning, Imanaga gave up a double to Francisco Lindor and a walk to Brandon Nemo, followed by a three-run homer to J.D. Martinez.

Later, he did not allow his subsequent batters to get on base, but the number of runs increased in the second inning. Imanaga was hit by a solo home run by leadoff hitter Francisco Alvarez, and he dedicated a two-run home run to Nemo with two outs and a runner on first base.

Imanaga, who gave up six runs by recording three homers until the second inning, added a run in the third inning when Jose Iglesias hit an RBI timely hit with two outs and runners on the first and second bases.

Imanaga, who also played in the fourth inning, allowed Martinez an RBI single on the first and third bases with no outs and went down the mound.

As the score widened to 1-8, the Cubs put in bullpen pitcher Hayden Wesneski. However, with Wesneski dedicating two walks and a hit, both of Imanaga’s successors came home.

As the Cubs (36-40) lost 1-11 to the Mets (36-38), Imanaga took his second loss of the season (7 wins). 토토사이트 추천

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