The Novices beat 10 opponents in over seven innings to give the Giants the lead in Game One of the NFL Series.
opener Logan Webb hit 10 opponents in over seven rounds In the post-season and with the support of three teammates, he led the San Francisco Giants to a 4-0 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers in the first game of the NL Division Series.
With their victory the giants Take 1-0 lead In the series they question the top five.
The giant who made 107 games in the regular season, They are far from defending the world championship champions.
The showdown between California’s eternal contenders in the National League takes the best-of-five playoff series to another level.
He finished both 90’s with two best league recordsThe division was decided on the final day of the regular season when the Dodgers finished a game behind them with 106 wins, cutting their eight-streak division West title streak.
The Dodgers will attempt to align the series when they send the 20-game regular season winner, Mexican Julio Urías, up the hill on Saturday night against Gausman right-back Kevin Gausman.
This is the first post-season meeting between franchisees dating back to their New York days. In 1951 and 1962, the two teams met in the best-of-three tiebreak in the National League with each team winning in three.
In his work on the hill, Webb (1-0) allowed five hits and retired 10 enemy hitters across the strike to claim the win.
With the changeover and slider, Webb was in full command.
Yesterday, Webb starred on a day when Jerry Rice and Steve Young were inductees into the 49ers Hall of Fame under the title “Beat LA!” before the first pitch.
While his home run King Barry Bonds received a standing ovation, he stood and saluted as he was shown on the big screen in the middle roles, seated with NBA Hall of Famer Chris Mullin.
In the receiver clubbing attack Buster Posey (1) was responsible for imposing the tempo of the game with a four-corner strike in the first episode. With a forward runner.
Shortstop also hit Brandon Crawford from four corners (1) in the eighth inning, solo.
Ranger Kris Bryant (1) was perfect with a 3-of-3 bat hit, including a home run in the seventh inning, with no teammates in the way.
For the Dodgers, the loss was carried over by junior Walker Buehler (0-1) in 6 1/3 innings.
Buehler had had 7-0 for life against the Giants before losing on September 5 at the end of the season when San Francisco beat Los Angeles 10-9, who led 80-78 in the run. (Dr).
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