Trevor Bauer achieves a record of more than 40 years with the Red Devils of Mexico – La Opinion

Trevor Bauer achieves a record of more than 40 years with the Red Devils of Mexico – La Opinion

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Trevor Bauer got a great start this Sunday with the Red Devils of Mexico and obtained two marks in the Mexican Baseball League.

The 33-year-old right-hander threw a gem and struck out 9 consecutively. This is something that has not happened since 1979.

Bauer pitched 6.0 innings without allowing a hit or run. He only walked one before starting the string of 9 consecutive strikeouts.

This record was set in the LMB in 1964 and then equaled in 1979. This was a recovery after the bad start that he had last Monday against the Tigres de Quintana Roo.

In that outing he allowed four runs in 3.2 innings of work. Bauer also finished with 14 strikeouts, remaining one shy of the franchise record in a 9-inning game. He faced 19 batters in six innings of work, with 60 strikes on 87 pitches.

In the fourth inning, Bauer retired the inning in immaculate fashion. 9 pitches, 9 strikes and 3 strikeouts.

Trevor Bauer struck out Aneury Tavárez, Jimmy Kerrigan and Alejandro Mejía to complete the feat.

José Ramón López set the record of 9 strikeouts in a row with Sultanes de Monterrey on May 20, 1964 against Diablos Rojos and Gary Williams He tied it with Tampico on May 25, 1979 against Chihuahua.

Enrique Romo has the record of 15 strikeouts for a 9-inning Diablos Rojos game.

Dodgers beat Mets on Shohei Ohtani record

Japanese Shohei Ohtani made history this Sunday in the 10-0 beating that the Dodgers imposed on the New York Metros and in which he hit a two-run home run in the third inning.

As of today, Ohtani is the Japanese player with the most home runs in MLB history. He surpassed legend Hideki Matsui with his 176th career home run.

“I feel relieved and happy, it’s been a while since my last home run, so I’m happy and liberated,” said the Dodgers star.

That home run put the Californians ahead in the third inning, but the party came in the fifth with an eight-run rally.

Andy Pages contributed a three-run home run in that fifth inning and thus completed the previous scores driven by Mookie Betts, Freddie Freeman and Will Smith.

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