With 1 out left, but with a no-hitter ahead, a heartbreaking double… I was able to set a record in 8 years, but “I’m not sad”

There was one out left until the no-hitter and no-run, but it was a heartbreaking double.

Alex Cobb (San Francisco Giants) started the 2023 major league match against the Cincinnati Reds held at Oracle Park in San Francisco, California, USA on the 30th (Korean time) and won a complete game with 1 run (1 earned), 1 hit, 1 walk, and 8 strikeouts in 9 innings. Reaped.

In the bottom of the first inning, Cobb treated TJ Freedl with a fly ball to left field, then started the game by catching Spencer Steer and Eli De La Cruz with ground balls to third base and second base, respectively. He blocked the runner in the top of the second inning with a three-way offense, and then sent a runner on base for the first time in the top of the third inning. With no runners on second out, Nick Senzel sent a bat to third baseman Casey Schmidt. Schmidt caught the ball and threw it to first base, but made an error. However, Cobb ended the inning by catching Freedle on a second baseman grounder.

San Francisco’s batters took the lead in the second inning with one out on first and third bases, Cincinnati pitcher Brandon Williamson’s violation of the rules for leaving the pitch, and then Luis Mateo’s one RBI double. Then, in the bottom of the third inning, Williamson’s wild throw and Patrick Bailey’s two-run home run lightened Cobb’s shoulders.스포츠토토

Cobb did not let a single runner out in the third through seventh innings. In the top of the eighth, he struck out Tyler Stevenson and grounded Christian Encarnacion Strand to the catcher. Then, Will Benson sent a batted ball in front of center fielder. However, center fielder Austin Slater threw himself and caught it. Cincinnati requested a challenge, but the centrifuge was upheld.

Cobb also came on the mound in the ninth inning. He caught Noel B. Marte on a fly ball to right field before allowing Senzel to walk. He then treated Friedel with a floating ball in right field. Steer came to the plate after Senzel stepped on second base with an indifferent steal.

It was a situation where one out count was left until Cobb’s no-hit, no-run. However, Steer sent a ball that extended to right-middle. Luis Matos jumped and tried to catch the ball, but the ball went over his head. Unfortunately, Cobb’s no-hit no-run was broken as Senzel came home. Cobb then struck out De La Cruz to finish the game.

According to the American media ‘ESPN’, “He missed the opportunity to achieve a no-hitter in a San Francisco uniform for the first time since Chris Heston, who recorded a no-hitter against the New York Mets in June 2015.”

“I wasn’t angry or sad,” Cobb said after the game. “I just thought, ‘Let’s finish this game,'” Cobb said.

Cobb started 25 games this season and recorded 7 wins, 5 losses, 58 runs (56 earned) in 141⅓ innings, an average ERA of 3.57 and an on-base percentage (on-base percentage) of 1.30. On this day, he pitched his second complete game of the year with a complete game. One of those matches was a shutout.

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