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Houston Astros veteran Justin Verlander (39) ranked first in Major League Baseball’s active pitcher strikeouts.
Verlander took the mound as a starting pitcher in a game against the Seattle Mariners at Minute Maid Park in Houston on the 8th (Korea Standard Time) and became a winning pitcher with six hits, two walks, and one strikeout in seven innings.
On the same day, he threw 108 pitches, the most this season. On May 28, he paid back his slugfest with 10 hits, 4 home runs, and 6 runs in 6 innings against Seattle.
After one out in the fourth inning, he hit three consecutive batters and was on the verge of a full base. He led Adam Frazier to a grounder to second base and allowed one point. He escaped the crisis by striking out with two outs and runners on first and third base. He escaped the crisis with consecutive strikeouts in the sixth inning with two outs and runners on first and second bases. The seventh inning ended with three outs, including two strikeouts. The ball went over to the bullpen in the eighth inning with a 2-1 lead, and Houston won 4-1.
Verlander failed to strike out only twice in the day, but he struck out more than two in every inning from the third to the seventh. Verlander, who struck out 12 strikeouts this season, increased his personal career to 3,086.
As a result, Verlander overtook Max Scherzer (New York Mets, 3079), who played with Detroit in the past, to become the No. 1 strikeout-out active pitcher in Major League Baseball. It ranked 17th in total. It surpassed John Smoltz with 3,084. It is highly likely that it will soon surpass the record of CC Sabathia, ranked 16th with 16th place.
Verlander, who threw only one game in the 2020 season and underwent elbow surgery, took a rest last year due to rehabilitation and returned this year. The 39-year-old is showing powerful pitching. Verlander has 7 wins, 2 losses and a 2.13 ERA in 11 games. He is tied for first place with multiple wins in the Major League and seventh with a ERA 파워볼사이트
He has played 71 innings in 11 games, ranking second in Major League Baseball after Sandy Alcantara (26, Miami)’s 74 innings.