Yamamoto, who bowed his head, allowed five runs and three walks in three innings, ‘Is it 325M?’

Yoshinobu Yamamoto (26, LA Dodgers), who entered the Major League by signing a 12-year-$325 million contract, bowed his head after revealing his control problems.

The Los Angeles Dodgers held an exhibition game against the Chicago White Sox at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Arizona, on the 7th (Korea time).

Yamamoto bowed his head to six hits and five runs during the three innings as the starting pitcher of the Los Angeles Dodgers. He struck out four, but gave up three walks.

Yamamoto showed good performance with two innings of one hit and no run in his first exhibition game on the 29th of last month, but he struggled against the Chicago White Sox lineup on the same day.

It was not a good start. Yamamoto allowed a hit and a walk to Andrew Benintendi and Yoan Moncada, the first batters, in the first inning, causing a crisis with no outs and runners on the first and second bases.

Yamamoto then gave up a walk to Eloy Jimenez with one out and runners on the first and second bases, giving up the full base crisis with one out, and lost the first point on Andrew Vaughan’s sacrifice fly.

In addition, Yamamoto gave up consecutive infield hits to Dominic Fletcher and Paul Deyong in the face of constant crisis, allowing two more runs. Yamamoto faced his worst first inning. 룸알바

Yamamoto, who had a bad start, blocked the second inning without allowing a run, but in the third inning, he was hit by a two-run double by Dayong in the crisis of the first and second bases with one out, which he gave up with two infield hits.

In the end, Yamamoto bowed his head, allowing as many as five runs until the third inning. Some of the LA Dodgers’ infield defense expressed regret, but Yamamoto’s control was also a problem.

As a result, Yamamoto allowed five runs in five innings in two exhibition games. His ERA surged from 0.00 to 9.00.

However, Yamamoto avoided losing the game due to the support of his team’s batters. The Los Angeles Dodgers turned the tables 7-5 in the fourth inning thanks to Freddie Freeman’s grand slam.

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