“The booing of the fans was appropriate,”
the player admitted. The Colorado Rockies suffered a humiliating 1-25 defeat in the 2023 Major League Baseball match against the Los Angeles Angels held at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado on the 25th (Korean time).
In this game, great records were poured out. After 100 years, the 24-point game has become a reality. The record was set 100 years after the Cleveland Indians (now the Cleveland Guardians) beat the Boston Red Sox 27-3 on July 8, 1923.
The Angels batting line succeeded in scoring 25 runs while driving 28 hits, changing the club’s all-time record for most hits and runs in a game. The previous record was 26 hits and 24 runs.
On the other hand, Colorado could not avoid the humiliation of recording the second most runs in 25 runs in club history while setting a new record for the most points lost in a single game in the team’s메이저놀이터 history.
Indeed, the mound was smashed. Starting pitcher Chase Anderson only allowed 9 runs on 10 hits in 2⅔ innings, Matt Carasity gave up 6 runs on 4 hits in ⅓ innings, and Noah Davis was knocked down with 9 runs on 11 hits in 3 innings. Karl Kaufman, who appeared after Colorado had already given up 24 points, blocked it with 3 hits and 1 run in 3 innings.
At least Colorado was able to keep his last pride with Brenton Doyle’s home run. In the bottom of the 8th inning, Doyle hit an 86 mph (138 km) cutter from Colton Ingram and hit a solo home run in the middle of the month. Doyle’s sixth home run of the season. He somehow got 1 point and finished the game.
On this day, Patrick Lyons of ‘DNVR Rockies’, who delivers news from Colorado, released the contents of an interview with Doyle.
“Especially in a game like tonight, the fans deserve to be treated better than we do, so they can do what they want,” Doyle said. did,” he said. From a player’s point of view, being booed by home fans may be the most unpleasant scene, but since he showed such a disappointing performance that day, he used the expression “booing was appropriate.”
Will Colorado be able to escape the shock of today’s game? Colorado coach Bud Black said, “I don’t care about the record. It’s just one game.”