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The Reds give Runner the opportunity to mark Sac Fly's second base as the big idiots
It was a very impressive night for Cincinnati Reds who suffered a 5: 1 loss against the Angels in Anaheim. They gave up their first night in the first round of Tommy La Stella's parking lot and dropped out of the final night of the night when Wilfredo Cargo scored from Shahei Ohtani's second base to go to the left field.
Even more stupid than sounds. Tovar was on second place because it made sense to mark Mike Trout's first to deep take-off to the center – an act that seemed to surprise to catch the sleepy reds. Then, one batter later, Ohtani wanders the flying ball to the warning trail on the left. Jose Parazza, who had moved from the second left to the left field in the sixth inn, seems to forget how many outs were on board ̵
1; first he took the time to fight the ball, then lazily rushed to the wall before finally noticing that Cargo puts her in third place and goes home. Desert's despair was too late: So Ohthani goes from one fly to a victim, and is attributed to RBI because the red-rim of the outfield blinked in a routine game to the left. In addition to this mess in the field, Peraza was first picked up in the second inning after hitting the championship in the center of the field, so there was a real nap. But let's stay on the bright side! While the youngsters spent part of the evening, wiping their own big inning, with awkward bashing mistakes, here we have Tovar production for our team, only 40 percent more awake than the Cincinnati basement. Take these gentlemen a cup of coffee.