Today’s weather in Minnesota is ‘clear’ and Sonny Gray pitches 5 innings without giving up a run 


The sky in Minneapolis was cloudy, but the weather at Target Field was clear.

Minnesota Twins starting pitcher Sonny Gray took the mound in Game 2 of the Wild Card Series against the Toronto Blue Jays held at Target Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA on the 5th (Korean time) and recorded 5 hits, 2 walks, 6 strikeouts, and no runs in 5 innings.

He was on the mound in the postseason for the first time since 2017 when he was a member of the New York Yankees. He sent out runners in every inning except the 4th, but all of them were left on base.

In the first inning, he was driven to first and second base with two hits and two outs, but after an eight-pitch match with Cavan Biggio, he ended the inning with a looking strikeout.

In the second inning, they faced the top batting lineup with two outs and runners on second and third base, but they prevented a run by hitting George Springer with a fly ball to right field.

Episode 5 was dramatic. He gave Springer a hit to right, walked Vladimir Guerrero Jr., and ended up on second and third base with two outs due to a wild pitch.레모나토토

Here is a match against Bo Bichette, who had hit in both of the previous two matches. It was a situation where one hit could give up two points.

However, a twist was achieved here. The runner on second base took advantage of Guerrero’s long lead and checked second base, and the inning ended with a tag.

Guerrero, who was in check at second base, waved his finger and anxiously asked for a video review toward the bench.

The Toronto bench also accepted his request and conducted a video review, but was only able to confirm the scene where Correa’s glove was accurately tagged.

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