David Hess was cruising And we are not just talking about a nice Sunday drive. Hess moved to the tall gear, set the pedal to the metal and flown down on the Ontario Highway 401. When all up suddenly, the car came to a screeching stop.
Before the seventh half, Hess took full control of the game. He knocked out eight Toronto enemies, only one passed, and threw only 82 altitudes at 6.1 innings. Oh, yes, he also did not hit. That's why almost everyone was surprised when Orioles' manager Brandon Hyde stepped out of the dugout and took his 25-year-old jug.
Hess greeted Hayd with a smile. This is a true smile, but one that comes from shock. A native of Tennessee would not have had the chance to complete a dream that was likely to be lifelong. A modest Toronto crowd expressed its embarrassment with the boom, and Oriolas fans returned home with the wind. For most, the initial shock, most likely, gave way to the shoulder and admitted that it was the right move. But pulling the boy only at 82? In the volcanoes there was still a game to win.
With the reception of Hayde and Mike Elias, Oriolas exploded into a new baseball school. The team, which emphasizes the analyst, will not be gradually perceived by the history of April 1
Baltimore drove 6: 0 when Hess came out, but Toronto picked up the tracks in the final three innings and searched the knots. Richard Blair, who was unable to close the Saturday night game in New York, was again called. He left no room for mistakes, but Blaise beat Lourdes Gurriel Jr. with the runner in third place to complete the game. The Ivorians beat Blue Jays 6-5, and moved to 3-1 in the new season.
Baltimore took control of the game before Hess never stepped onto the ground. After Dwight Smith jumped one by one in the center of the first place, Jonathan Villar returned the ball to 3-1 in the opposite direction, and over the left fence – in two spaces. Trey Mancini reached a single, which led to a single, Blue Jays threw a potential inning that ended in a dual play, and Renato Nunes worked to download the bases.
Chris Davis took a 3: 2 fast-ball, which was simply missed to walk and put the Birds on three. Jesus Sucre pierced the mud, but the mob flew past the Blue Jason Danny Jansen pilot, and Ruiz approached to score. Then Hess went to work.
Hess resigned the first two toronto strikes with weak earthen balls before expelling Justin Smyac into retirement. The three aukses felt great, not because they did close the inning after the early lead, but how they came. Right watched typed, and he was. The second pitcher reached 95 mph per pistol, and each step worked for him.
Baltimore added another launch in the second when Mancini went to Cedric Mallings with a fly of the victim. None of the teams did not score until Mancini blew up a 408 ft solo shot above the fence of the central field at the top of the seventh. Homer appeared to be more insecure than the Orioles knew what they needed.
After Hess left, the wheels immediately fell. Pedro Arauhu instantly lost the team's bet. After wandering Justin Slyak, Randal Hrychuk undermined without hesitation to bring four. Rowdy Telles went with a single, but Araujo forced Teoscar Hernadez in inning to finish the double game.
Mike Wright Jr. turned the eighth inning and allowed Freddie Galvis to launch a solo house. Orioles brought 6: 3 to nine.
Wright remained at the age of nine and immediately abandoned one Brandon Drury. Hyde called Blair, but the bleeding did not stop there. Orioles interrupted the break when Smoak knocked out Bleier's leg, but Richie Martin's friend made a huge game. Martin changed direction, jumped to the right, pulled out the shot and shot at the first to get the first tactic.
Grichuk dispersed the center to the center, which fell between three volcanoes, and suddenly Toronto had runners in the second and third. Drury scored a victim of flying from the Kevin Pillar striker striker, but Jace was before their final exit. Hernandez cut the deficit to one in three RBIs, but Blair recovered and beat Gurriel in three fields to finish inning. Hess, Hyde and Blair sighed with ease.
Hyde said everything you were expecting after the game about Hess. He noted that this is a six-month season and that it was a good move for a long time. However, it's easy to submit headlines if Toronto completes the return. This move looks much better after a victory.
The game gives everyone a little more excitement about Hess. After winning two of the first three starts in May last year, he won only one more game in 2018. The idea that the hawks should be concerned about protecting Hess's hand was a strange concept out of season, but we are here. If he can come anywhere to repeat his start on Monday night, this would be a great impetus for the Orioles team, which has no beginning of the pitch.
Terry Mancini finished 2-3 with 2 RBIs and 2 runners. He also made a sophisticated diving catch in the right field to keep Toronto from the column. Villar finished 2-4, and Baltimore counted only six beats in the game.
Baltimore Orioles is now 3-1 for the season. "AAA Team", "lower feeders", "insert bad pseudonym here" have a better record than Yankees and Red Sox.
Who was the Birdland player on Monday, April 1?
David Hess (6,1 innings, 0 hits, 8K)
Trey Manchini (2-3, HR, 2 RBI, 2 tracks)
Jonathan Villar (2-4, HR, 2 RBI)
total votes: 304