6 runs in home debut. Boos came from Citi Field. Justin Verlander (40, New York Mets), who has the highest salary in the major leagues, was helpless in front of the strongest lineup.
The New York Mets had a home game against the Tampa Bay Rays at Citi Field in New York, New York, USA on the 17th (hereinafter Korean time).
Verlander, who started as the starting pitcher for the New York Mets that day, threw 96 pitches (64 strikes) in 5 innings and collapsed with 8 hits and 6 runs. He hit two home runs.
Verlander returned early this month and showed good results with 12 innings and 3 runs in 2 games, but was greatly defeated by Tampa Bay, which boasts the strongest batting line.
It wasn’t good from the start. Verlander didn’t give up a run in the first inning, but showed an uneasy start by giving up a hit and a walk,토토사이트 and allowed a hit in the second inning.
Verlander, who was showing uneasiness, eventually allowed Isaac Paredes to score two runs over the left fence in the third inning with two outs on first and second base.
Also, in the 4th inning, Verlander was hit by Harold Ramirez with 1 RBI after 2 outs, and in the 5th inning, Paredes gave up 2 runs for the second time in the game. 6 runs in an instant.
As a result, Verlander’s season ERA, which had gone down to 2.25 after the last game, rose to 4.76 in an instant. In the end, Ace, who earned an annual salary of $43.33 million, bowed his head.