The US World Baseball Classic (WBC) national team, which gathered MLB superstars to form the ‘Dream Team’, lost in the first evaluation match.
The U.S. baseball team lost 1-5 in a practice game against the San Francisco Giants held at Scottsdale Stadium in Scottsdale, Arizona on the 9th (Korean time).토토사이트
Mookie Betts (LA Dodgers) – Mike Trout (LA Angels) – Kyle Schwaber (Philadelphia Phillies) – Paul Goldschmidt (St Louis Cardinals) – Nolan Arenado (Colorado Rockies) – Kyle Tucker (Houston Astros) – Trey Turner (Philadelphia) and JT Realmuto (Philadelphia) were the starting lineups. It was a luxurious lineup that would not be an exaggeration to say that they were MLB All-Stars.
However, on this day, the American batting line suffered from an empty space that did not live up to its reputation. Against the San Francisco mound, he lost face with only 4 hits and 1 run.
Betts, Schwaber, Goldschmidt, and Arenado each had one hit, and no hitter recorded a multi-hit. This was in stark contrast to San Francisco, who had 10 hits and 5 runs against varsity pitchers.
The mound, which was relatively weak compared to the luxurious lineup, gave up five runs that day, raising concerns. Miles Michaelas (St. Louis), who came out as a starter, was shaken with 2 runs in 2⅔ innings, and Evan Gates, Kendall Graveman (Chicago White Sox), and Jason Adam (Tampa Bay Rays) each allowed 1 run, providing an excuse for defeat.
The U.S., which produced disappointing results in the first match, will play its second practice game against the Los Angeles Angels on the 10th, and will play its first round 1 Group C match against England on the 12th. The U.S. announced early on Adam Wainwright (St. Louis) as the starter for the first game.