They take a lot of pitches.
They take a lot of pitches.in Deutsch in Medien und Literatur 22.10.2018 08:37
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SEATTLE (AP) — Erasmo Ramirez put a poor outing behind him and returned to his recent form.Ramirez allowed one run in 5 1/3 innings http://www.redsoxproshops.com/authentic-mitch-moreland-jersey , and the Seattle Mariners‘ bullpen shut down the Baltimore Orioles the rest of the way in a 2-1 victory Monday.Ramirez (2-3) allowed two hits, struck out five and walked none. The right-hander is 2-1 in five starts since coming off the disabled list on Aug. 12, but he gave up seven runs on nine hits in three innings against the Padres on Aug. 29.“The only difference tonight is I was throwing better strikes and quality strikes,” Ramirez said. “I attacked the hitters and tried to execute every pitch. I had control of my slider at any point of the count.”That start in San Diego was the only time since Ramirez returned to the rotation that he has allowed more than three runs.“That’s what he’s capable of doing, but it has to be on the edges and not the middle of the plate,” Mariners manager Scott Servais said. “I thought Erasmo threw the ball really well. He had a good cutter and his command was pretty good.”Edwin Diaz struck out the side in the ninth for his 52nd save and 26th one-run save, both of which lead the majors. Zach Duke, Nick Vincent and Alex Colome combined to pitch 2 2/3 scoreless innings before Diaz finished off the three-hitter.“They battled, but I made good pitches with my slider,” Diaz said. “I just go pitch by pitch. That’s what I tell myself.”Ryon Healy had an RBI single and Dee Gordon added a sacrifice fly, both off Josh Rogers (1-1), who made his second major league start and allowed four hits and two walks in 5 1/3 innings.“That’s a really good lineup they got over there,” Rogers said. “But I was pretty confident the whole time. I was pretty calm and just trying to give the team a chance to win and get deep in the game.”The Mariners were coming off a four-game split at Oakland that dealt a setback to their playoff hopes. The Orioles, who have the majors’ worst record, have lost four straight, scoring two runs or fewer in three of those games.“It’s kind of struggling,” manager Buck Showalter said of the Orioles’ offense. “We face a guy tonight that’s had his issues and we just aren’t swinging the bats very well. We’re getting behind in a lot of counts and swinging at pitches out of the zone, uncharacteristically.”Jonathan Villar homered off the right-field foul pole in the fourth for Baltimore. Healy tied it in the bottom of the inning with a single to center after Rogers walked Robinson Cano and Nelson Cruz.Gordon’s go-ahead sacrifice fly followed Cameron Maybin’s leadoff triple to the wall in right-center in the fifth. Maybin had two hits after Servais told him before the game to “let it rip.”“He talked to me about being more aggressive,” Maybin said. “That’s what I did and I’ll continue to work on it. It’s going to take everybody right now down the stretch. Everybody has to bring the energy and have fun and see where the chips fall.”ROSTER MOVESThe Orioles recalled C Chance Sisco and RHP Jimmy Yacabonis from Triple-A Norfolk. Sisco was the DH Monday, going 0-for-3. Yacabonis entered in the sixth and did not allow a hit in 1 2/3 innings.TRAINER’S ROOMOrioles: 1B Chris Davis was a late scratch because of an illness.Mariners: LHP Marco Gonzales (strained neck) pitched a bullpen session Monday. Gonzales was placed on the 10-day DL on Aug. 27, retroactive to Aug. 24. “Marco may have one more bullpen outing before we try to bring him back into the rotation,” Servais said. DH Nelson Cruz was in the lineup after fouling a pitch off his right ankle on Sunday. “It’s really sore today, but you can’t keep that guy out of the starting lineup,” Servais said.UP NEXTRHP Alex Cobb (4-15, 5.11 ERA) will make his 26th start of the season Tuesday for the Orioles. Since Aug. 1, Cobb is 2-1 with a 2.66 ERA in six starts, including a complete-game victory on Aug. 18. LHP Wade LeBlanc (8-3, 3.71) will make his 23rd start of the season for the Mariners. LeBlanc pitched seven scoreless innings in a 7-1 win at Oakland on Aug. 30. NEW YORK — New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone experienced a rough night in Game 3 while Boston Red Sox manager Alex Cora saw his decisions work out perfectly.While Boone appeared to wait too long to get Luis Severino out of the game when the right-hander’s command was lacking, Cora opted to insert Brock Holt into the lineup at second base and start Nathan Eovaldi.Since those decisions worked out for Cora, the Red Sox can secure their trip to the American League Championship Series by beating the Yankees Tuesday in Game 4 of the American League Division Series.Article continues below ...Rick Porcello will start for the Red Sox against New York left-hander CC Sabathia.The Red Sox need one win to reach the ALCS for the first time since 2013 when they won their most recent championship. If they are unable to get it Tuesday Tony Conigliaro Jersey , Game 5 is Thursday at Fenway Park.The Red Sox and Yankees are in their respective positions because of what unfolded Monday when Boston cruised to a 16-1 rout.Holt went 4-for-6 to become the first player to hit for the cycle in a postseason game, capping the milestone with a two-run homer in the ninth off New York backup catcher Austin Romine. Eovaldi, who was originally going to start Game 4, gave the Red Sox seven strong innings and helped hold the Yankees to five hits.“We’re going to try to take this into tomorrow,” Boston left fielder Andrew Benintendi said. “It’s over. We’ve enjoyed it. Now we can focus on tomorrow and get after it.”Holt had two hits in the decisive seven-run fourth that was highlighted by Benintendi’s bases-clearing double.Those hits occurred after Boone lifted Severino with the bases loaded and nobody out. Severino’s fastball velocity was diminished slightly and he was tagged for six runs on seven hits in three-plus innings.“I mean in hindsight because he didn’t get an out,” Boone said.Now because of the decisions, the Red Sox will get a chance to clinch their second postseason series win in New York, nearly 14 years after coming back from 3-0 down in the ALCS.“No choice but to flush,” Boone said after New York absorbed its worst postseason loss. “The good thing about today is it’s one game and, as awful as of a night it was for us, we got to turn the page, and tomorrow’s obviously do or die.”The Yankees trail a series two games to one for the third straight time. They won Game 4 from Cleveland in the ALDS last season and Game 4 of the ALCS from Houston a year ago.New York is hoping to force a fifth game in Boston and its history, the only times the Yankees did not force a fifth game after falling behind in the ALDS two games to one was 2002 vs. the Los Angeles Angels, 2006 against the Detroit Tigers and 2007 vs. the Cleveland Indians.Porcello threw 15 pitches in getting two outs in the eighth inning Friday and protecting a two-run lead. He exited after allowing an infield single to Gleyber Torres, resulting in Craig Kimbrel getting the final four outs around Aaron Judge’s solo homer.“I think he’ll obviously be ready,” Holt said. “We’re lucky to have him on the mound, that’s for sure.”As for Porcello’s postseason history, it is inconsistent so far. He is 0-3 with a 5.33 ERA in 12 appearances and is 0-1 with a 7.00 ERA in four postseason outings with the Red Sox.Porcello made one postseason start against the Yankees in 2011 when he started Game 4 of the ALDS for the Detroit Tigers. Back then Judge was still at Fresno State and Sanchez completed his second season in the minor leagues in the South Atlantic League.The Red Sox are hoping to see the version of Porcello, who was 2-0 with a 2.31 ERA in four starts against the Yankees during the regular season.“He’s actually been good against them,” Cora said. “At one point of the playoffs, he was going to start regardless if it was Game 3 or 4.”CC Sabathia makes his 23rd postseason start and 24th appearance. In those appearances, he is 10-6 with a 4.20 ERA.Sabathia has pitched particularly well in the ALDS. In 11 appearances (10 starts) he is 6-0 with a 3.32 ERA.Since joining the Yankees in 2009 as a free agent, Sabathia is 8-3 with a 3.26 ERA in 18 postseason appearances (17 starts).The veteran left-hander faced the Red Sox twice in the 2007 ALCS with Cleveland and was 0-2 with an 11.61 ERA while losing Games 1 and 5 of that series.During the regular season, Sabathia was 1-0 with a 4.50 ERA in three starts against the Red Sox.“Top to bottom, it’s a tough lineup,” Sabathia said. “They’ve got speed. They’ve got power. They take a lot of pitches. It’s a good lineup — bad lineup for me in the fact they take a lot of pitches, they’re patient, and they do a good job of working the count.”
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