After defeating Toronto Baltimore AL wild card No1 Guerrero Jr. tied for first place in home runs


Ryu Hyun-jin (34)’s team Toronto topped the American League (AL) wild card list with explosive firepower.

Toronto won 22-7 with 19 hits, including five home runs, in the match against Baltimore at Camden Yaz in Baltimore, Maryland, on the 13th. Toronto, which won three consecutive games, became the No. 1 American League wild card player ahead of Boston, which lost 1-2 to the Chicago White Sox.

Toronto, which had been ranked fourth in the league in the wild card competition until last month, has been on a frightening rise with 9 wins and 1 loss in the last 10 games. On the 12th, when Ryu Hyun-jin took the mound, he came from behind to win 11-10 in the seventh inning when he was trailing 7-10 and bombarded the Baltimore mound on the same day.

Toronto, which began a 5-0 lead in the top of the first inning with a grand slam by Lowrdes Guriel Jr., ran away one more point with Vladimir Guerrero Jr.’s solo home run to the left in the second inning. He gave up three runs in the bottom of the second inning, but added 10 points in the top of the third inning. Starting with Randall Grichk’s left-handed double at first base with no outs, he hit six consecutive hits, tied nine hits and three walks to create a big inning to determine the game early 안전공원

Guerrero Jr., who hit a home run in the second inning, recorded his 44th season. He tied for the lead in home runs alongside Shohei Otani (LA Angels).

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