It was a day of mixed joy and sorrow for the two former KBO leaguers who are currently in the starting rotation in the major leagues. Merrill Kelly (35, Arizona) eventually won the first win of the season, and Chris Flexen (29, Seattle) suffered another loss.

On the 18th (Korean time), Kelly started the game against St. Louis at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Missouri, USA, throwing 85 pitches in 6 innings, giving up 5 hits, 3 strikeouts and 1 run. won He brought his earned run average down to 2.53 for the season.

Kelly, who was promoted to the team’s second-to-third starting level last year with 13 wins (8 losses) and the first 200 innings, the most individual wins last year, suffered only 2 losses in his first 3 games despite relatively decent pitching this season. In the game against the LA Dodgers on the 7th, he threw well and was shaken, losing 4 runs (2 earned runs) in 5⅔ innings, and in the game against Milwaukee on the 12th, despite the season’s first quality start (6 innings or more and 3 earned runs or less), he gave up 3 runs in 6 innings. I was defeated because I did not receive it.토토사이트

However, on this day, he threw himself well, and the team provided offensive support at the crucial moment. Kelly did not give up a single run from the 1st to the 5th inning and waited for support from the other team. He didn’t strike out a lot, but he blocked the St. Louis lineup with stable pitching.

Kelly was hit by Donovan after one out in the sixth inning, leading 1-0, and allowed a runner to score by committing a balk on first base with one out. In the ensuing 2nd and 3rd base, Contreras hit a double at the right time and allowed the score to tie, putting the team in danger of a no-decision match that day as well.

However, in the 7th inning, the scoring support came out at an amazing timing. Leading Marte hit a solo home run in the left middle wall, creating the conditions for Kelly to win. Then, with Gurriel Jr.’s double and Walker and Carol’s walk, the bases were safely loaded. The Arizona bullpen later blocked St. Louis’ pursuit well, winning 6-3 and Kelly’s first win of the season was confirmed.

On the other hand, Flexen, who got a chance to start again due to Robbie Ray’s injury, fell into a three-game losing streak. In a game against Milwaukee held at T-Mobile Park, his home stadium, Flexen had 6 hits, 1 walk, 5 strikeouts and 4 runs in 6 innings, winning his 3rd loss of the season. He is on a losing streak of three games after returning to the rotation. His season earned run average is 7.79.

Flexen, who had the worst pitch in the game against the Chicago Cubs on the 12th, the previous pitching, 10 hits and 8 runs in 2⅓ innings, was hit by Telles and Anderson in a row in the second inning and was driven into a crisis. . After one shot, he allowed Miller a timely hit, giving 3 points in the 2nd inning.

Afterwards, he endured without conceding an additional run, but there was no support for the team’s lineup, and in the 6th inning, Anderson hit a timely hit and allowed another run. Seattle lost 3-7 after the offense struggled.

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