Los Angeles Dodgers Clayton Kershaw fought hard to overcome the sluggishness of the last game and took the lead alone with many wins.
Kershaw started an away game against the Milwaukee Brewers held at American Family Field in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on the 11th (Korean time), and allowed 5 hits in 7 innings and allowed 1 run. .
Kershaw, who won 6 wins (2 losses) in the season, took the sole lead in the most wins in the National League. In addition, his ERA was lowered to 2.36, rising to a tie for 5th in this category, and his strikeouts added 8 to 56, ranking tied for 3rd. In addition, he continued his steps as a candidate for the NL Cy Young Award, tied for second place in this category with 49⅔ innings, sixth in WHIP (0.95), and seventh in batting average (0.204).
Kershaw, who has been on the injured list for the past two years suffering from various injuries such as arms and back, regains his position as an ace with a healthy body this season and leads the team’s leading run. The Dodgers, who had two consecutive victories, firmly maintained first place in the NL West with a record of 23 wins and 15 losses.
Kershaw lost the game against the San Diego Padres on the 6th with 8 hits, 5 walks and 4 runs in 4⅔ innings. He regained his ace power in just five days and earned his 3rd quality start+ of the season.
In particular, he showed stable pitching control, not giving up a single walk for the fourth time this season. The number of pitches was 92, and the fastball speed showed a maximum of 93.1 miles and an average of 91.6 miles.
Kershaw, who started the first inning with one hit and no runs, was hit by an infield hit by leadoff Mike Brosso in the second inning메이저사이트, but Brian Anderson doubled to shortstop and struck out Luke Voit to finish the inning lightly.
Kershaw, who threw 12 balls in the third inning and put three batters to rest, allowed a run in the fourth inning, leading 2-0. He gave up a left-handed solo home run to leader William Contreras. The 88-mile slider on the 5th pitch thrown from the ball count 1B2S dug into the body, but was caught correctly by the bat. However, he regained stability by cooking all three subsequent batters with beomta.
In the 5th inning, leading 4-1, Voit allowed a double from the left after one death, then Tyrone Taylor struck out on a ground ball to third baseman and Joey Wimmer swung and struck out. In the 6th inning, he allowed lead Owen Miller a left-handed hit, and after one shot, led Willie Adames to a shortstop double hit to finish the inning lightly. In the 8th inning, the center batting line leading to Christian Yelich, Brosso and Anderson was put to rest with 13 balls.
The Dodgers came out with hot support, scoring 8 points while Kershaw guarded the mound. After one out in the top of the 4th inning, Freddy Freeman and Will Smith’s rendezvous home run took the lead to 2-0.
Freeman hit Milwaukee starter Wade Miley’s slider in the middle of the 78th mile on the second pitch and slightly crossed the middle wall. In the 5th inning, Freeman added 2 runs with 2 RBIs on time. Hit by Miguel Rojas and back-to-back walks by Tracy Thompson and Austin Barnes, 2nd baseman Freeman caught Miley’s 85 mph inside changeup and connected it with a right-handed hit, bringing in two runners.
In the top of the 6th inning, the Dodgers scored 4 runs on Miguel Vargas’ two-run home run, David Peralta’s timely hit, and Mookie Betts’ sacrifice fly to put a wedge in the game. Freeman paid the ransom after a long time, wielding a hard hit with 2 hits and 3 RBIs in 5 at-bats.