Gerrit Cole allowed two runs in four innings in his return from injury… 62 pitches

New York Yankees ace Gerrit Cole, who had been out of the lineup due to an elbow injury, made a stable pitch in his return to injury.

Cole started the 2024 Major League Baseball home game against the Baltimore Orioles at Yankee Stadium in New York on the 20th (Korea time), throwing 62 pitches in four innings, recording three hits, one walk, five strikeouts and two runs.

Cole was shaken by giving up a right-handed double to Gunnar Henderson, the leadoff hitter, and a right-handed double to Ryan O’Hearn in the first inning, but he kept the Baltimore lineup scoreless from the second to the fourth.

He was replaced after allowing a left-handed hit to leadoff hitter Cedric Mullins in the top of the fifth inning when the score was 1-1, and changed pitcher Ron Marinaccio brought home the succession runner, increasing Cole’s earned run to two points.

Cole is the league’s best pitcher who won the American League Cy Young Award unanimously last season. 토토사이트 추천

He left the starting rotation in March complaining of elbow pain during the exhibition game, and last month, he went through a full-fledged rehabilitation process to raise his physical condition again.

Meanwhile, the Yankees lost the game 6-7 after a close game in the 10th inning. The gap between the Yankees ranking first and second in the AL East has narrowed by 1.5 games.

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