Anaheim, CA (AP) – The Apprentice Red Detmers His second biggest loss in the league this season, the Los Angeles Angels thrashed the Tampa Bay Rays 12-0 on Tuesday.
Detmers sailed smoothly after taking advantage of a tight scoring decision by committing a foul in the seventh game.
The 22-year-old left-hander made 108 career throws in his eleventh start in the Major League. Spread a few strokes and stay away from walking.
“My mind was so blank, I didn’t know what had happened,” Detimers said.
He received a key assist from the official scorer in the seventh inning.
Walsh applauded moments later when the scoreboard noticed that an error had already been called in the play.
“It was a mistake,” said Joe Maddon, director of the Angels Club. “No one would feel worse about this than Jared.”
Otherwise, the Detmers (2-1) faced few pitfalls. He pulled out his first 15 opponents before them Taylor Wallpaper A round will be issued at the top of the sixth inning.
Detmers played good defensive play in the fifth, to seize the ball from the Cuban Randy Arosarina Through the diamond center.
“I don’t know if I fully internalized this,” Detimers said. “It’s something I’ve always dreamed of. I can’t even handle it now.”
Dettmers, the son of a bowler who played in the Minors for the St. Louis Cardinals, was the 10th overall pick in the 2020 draft of the University of Louisville and made his league debut last year.
He entered the game after 2-4 in his career with a 6.33 ERA. In his first five games of the season, he had gone 1-1 with a 5.32 ERA.
The Rays got nowhere against the Detmers, who combined a fast ball that averaged 92 mph with a curve ball that moved a lot, plus a good change and a great glide.
The previous non-hit by the Angels dates back to July 12, 2019, when Taylor Cole and Felix Peña reunited to face the Seattle Mariners. Jered Weaver had previously completed for the Angels pitcher on May 2, 2012 against the Minnesota Twins, also at Anaheim.
This was the Angels’ first home game since the untimely death of rookie Tyler Skaggs. Dettmers is the smallest angel pitcher to score a double zero.
Five pitchers of the New York Mets met for the first time this year, on April 29, against the Philadelphia Phillies.
The previous year, he set a major league record with nine players no batting.
Mike Trout He hit a pair of home runs and led in three rounds with Los Angeles, who have won six of their last seven games.
Corey Kluber (1-2) was the defeated shooter.
For the Venezuelan Angels Luis Renjevo 4-2 with a run scored.
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