Kenta Maeda set out 7 over 5 innings on Monday as well as grabbed his 4th win of the period as the Minnesota Twins recorded a 3-2 come-from-behind triumph over the Cleveland Indians.
Maeda (4-0) generated a homer to Cesar Hernandez, the initial batter he encountered at Progressive Field, however ended up one more solid efficiency on the pile to assist the American League Central-leading Twins assert their 3rd straight win.
Starting bottle Kenta Maeda #18 of the Minnesota Twins pitches throughout the 2nd inning against the Cleveland Indians at Progressive Field on August 24, 2020 in Cleveland, Ohio.(Getty/Kyodo)
Baseball: Darvish K’s 10, earns 5th straight win as Cubs beat White Sox
Baseball: Adam Jones homers two times, spoils Utsumi return in win over Lions
Baseball: Mariners trigger Yoshihisa Hirano after coronavirus round
The Japanese right-hander, that virtually tossed a no-hitter against the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday, scattered 5 hits while strolling one in his 6th begin of the coronavirus-shortened period.
“I was able to pitch solidly,” Maeda claimed. “I threw a few more balls (in eight-plus innings during his last start) and was still a little tired, so I wasn’t in the same condition as last time, but I was able to hold them down and keep runs to a minimum. Winning was the biggest thing.”
Nelson Cruz struck a game-tying solo crowning achievement in 4th, as well as the Twins took the lead with Miguel Sano’s two-run blast in the 6th.
Maeda, that has 40 strikeouts with a 2.21 ERA in his initial year with Minnesota, established a Twins’ document by starting out 8 successive batters in his previous begin.
At Tropicana Field, Yoshitomo Tsutsugo damaged a four-game hitless touch as well as placed the Tampa Bay Rays on the board with a solo homer in the 2nd prior to the club dropped 6-4 to the Toronto Blue Jays. He likewise attracted 3 strolls as well as racked up a run.
The previous DeNA BayStars slugger is batting .178 in his big league novice period, with 4 crowning achievement, 15 RBIs as well as 13 strikes in 73 at-bats.
Yoshitomo Tsutsugo #25 of the Tampa Bay Rays hits a solo crowning achievement in the 2nd inning throughout a video game against the Toronto Blue Jays at Tropicana Field on August 24, 2020 in St Petersburg, Florida.(Getty/Kyodo)