Yankees’ 18 Ks in 9 innings…Baltimore franchise record, Ohtani rival joins them
July 31, 2023 | by cabarettoenennu.com
The Baltimore Orioles, who have the best winning percentage in the American League, embarrassed their division rivals, the Yankees. He set a franchise record with 18 strikeouts in nine innings. Shintaro Fujinami, a high school rival of Shohei Ohtani (Angels), also matched the franchise record with four strikeouts in two innings.
The Baltimore Orioles defeated the New York Yankees, 9-3, on Monday (July 31) at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. Starter Dean Kremer struck out seven in four innings, and the next four pitchers all recorded at least one strikeout, combining for 18 strikeouts.
The 18 strikeouts are the most in a single game in Baltimore franchise history. After the game, 메이저놀이터 the Orioles posted a photo of each of the five pitchers in the game with a short caption that read “dominated”.
Baltimore July 31 at Yankees 18K
Dean Kremer 4 innings 7K
Mike Bauman 1 inning 1K
Shintaro Fujinami 2 innings 4K
Danny Coulombs 1 inning 3K
Yoenis Cano 1 inning 3K
Fujinami came on as the third pitcher in the sixth inning with a 9-3 lead and pitched two innings into the seventh. He gave up a leadoff double to Anthony Wolfe in the sixth, but struck out Kyle Higashioka and Jake Bowers to get out of the jam. He gave up a leadoff single in the seventh, but got two strikeouts to end the threat.
He was shaky in his first two games since coming to Baltimore from Oakland, allowing three runs in 1⅔ innings, but hasn’t allowed a run since. A two-hit, three-strikeout performance against Philadelphia on April 26, followed by ⅔ scoreless innings against the Yankees on April 29, were followed by three consecutive scoreless games against the Yankees on April 30. In 4⅔ innings, he walked just two and struck out seven. His ERA, once in the high 12s, dropped to 8.08.
Baltimore struck first in the first inning. Adrian Rutchman led off with a single, followed by back-to-back singles by Gunnar Hernandez and Anthony Santander. A Ryan O’Hearn double made it 3-0. Austin Hayes singled and Adam Frazier homered to make it 6-0 with no outs.
Two batters later, Lurchman followed with an RBI single to make it 7-0. In the fourth inning, with the score 7-2, Henderson and O’Hearn drove in two runs with RBI singles to secure the win. The rest of the game was a pitcher’s strikeout show. Coulombs in the eighth and Cano in the ninth shut down the Yankees with one-hit, three-strikeout performances.