Cincinnati Reds’ Hunter Green sets record for loss to Los Angeles Dodgers

Los Angeles – A Cincinnati Red Rookie on a cool Southern California evening Hunter Green Brought some record-breaking heat.

After five incredible innings, the Los Angeles Dodgers were finally caught.

Tree Turner He started the two-run home run to break the scoreless tie in the sixth game and the Dodgers beat the Skating Reds 5-2 on Saturday night for their fifth consecutive victory.

In his much-anticipated homecoming, Green threw 39 pitches 100 miles or faster – more than a single game since pitch tracking began in 2008. The previous score of the New York Mets Ace was 33. Jacob Digrom Last June.

The 22-year-old right-hander, who started his second major league and went to high school in nearby Sherman Oaks, threw 13 pitches at a speed of at least 101 mph – another record for a beginner.

This moment finally hit the green in the third inning, but only emotionally. He said he was left with tears on the bench amidst the grandeur of the event and suffocated after walking from the sixth mat.

“I wish we had come out with success, but it’s been a lot of fun,” Green said. “Going against that line is an incredible feeling and experience. Freddie [Freeman] It gave me a little love, the tip of a kind hat, so it was cool. I’m glad the family was able to do it here and host it. “

But Green’s speed was shortly after his outing, and it ended up in the left-field seats at 99 mph to Turner.

“We still have to be ready for the 99 with a nice slider and decent change,” Turner said. “No matter how hard he throws, whether it’s 99 or 101, he’s tough, but I think we struggled and did a good job.”

Turner finished with three wins, including the first infield single. Speedy Shortstop has won all eight games this season, and returned last year in 27 games. This is the third longest streak in Los Angeles team history.

Dodgers starter Julius UriahHis pace slowed in the spring and through the first out of the season, he overtook Green, giving up a win over more than five shutout innings.

The Reds have not had their first win so far Tyler Stephenson A last second paceman was torn Max Munsey In the fifth. An innings later, the Dodgers finally broke the deadlock.

Austin Barnes In the sixth game he took the lead in a single run against Green. Turner, following a 1-1 crack, hit the Bleachers in half on the left field for the first home run of the season.

Freeman followed with a strike out, but Stephenson’s pass reached the first base. Justin Turner Left and was replaced by Reds manager David Bell Green as a right-handed player Buck farmer.

The Dodgers added two more runs, one of which was charged to Green Chris Taylor Scored a single on two runs.

“He’s not really going to give us anything, so we have to earn it,” Turner said. “He dropped us in the first 5 1/2 innings and we finally reached him. But he’s very good and I’m glad we went out with the win.”

Green (1-1) gave up three runs (two earned) in five innings in five innings, without walks and six strikeouts. He threw 80 pitches.

The Reds lost their fifth game in a row – their last win when Green made his major league debut in Atlanta last Sunday.

First, Green said he hit the bench in the third inning.

“I didn’t cry, those were bad words,” he laughed. “I was a little torn.

“I was sitting on the bench and it hit me at random. I think I looked up and I could hear its roar and emotion. … here upstairs, it’s a completely different situation. I think.”

The big stage did not shake him on the field. Turner’s home run also came on a pitch on the edge of the plate.

“It usually takes a while to figure it out [composure] For a young player, “Bell said.” He gets his moments, but the experience he gains accelerates that growth. “

Freeman added a sacrifice in the seventh to make it 5-0.

Urias walked one out and kicked five out. After he sat at 91 in his season debut, he was at 92 mph with a cracking range. In the 2021 win season of 2021 he is still below his 94 mph average speed.

Taylor Naguin’s RBI Groundout and RBI Singles earned the Reds a ninth place scoreboard. Tommy Bam Off relief Mitch White.

Daniel Hudson He got two outs for his first save this season.

Evan Phillips (1-1) won by a scoreless sixth inning.

Contractors

The Reds sent right-handed Riley O’Brien to Seattle for a player’s name or money. O’Brien was hired Wednesday to make the 40-man roster for the left-hander. Nick Lodolo.

Coach’s room

Red: INF / OF Nick Sensel Covit-19 was added to the list of injured on Friday, although Bell said the Sensex did not test positive. Sensel was unwell before Friday’s game. RHP Daniel Duarte Triple-A was recalled from Louisville. … femoral muscle strain to 2B Jonathan India Progress continues, and will wait until Sunday to decide whether an IL move is necessary.

Cheats: RHP Tommy ConleyTommy John, who has had only one major league out since 2019 after surgery, made his third consecutive scoreless rehab tour in Class A Rancho Kukamongka on Friday.

Next

Red: RHP Tyler Mahley (1-0, 1.00 ERA) began his third season in the final of the series on Sunday. He was 2-1 in four starts against the Dodgers with an 2.05 era.

Dodgers: LHP Andrew Heaney (0-0, 0.00) He will play at home with his new team for the first time since throwing a 40-run unbeaten innings in Minnesota on Tuesday.

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