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Julio Urias in action. The Mexican archer dominated his rivals as when he won the World Championship.

The Mexican pitcher achieved his third victory with a personal record of strikes


SEATTLE – Julio Urías enjoyed his trip to Seattle and his performance against the Mariners far more than the last time he was here.

The Mexican starred during a seven-game mission, with one hitting and 11 offensive strikes, as the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Mariners 1-0 on Tuesday.

The encounter between two teams who were marching as captain at the start of the season turned into a major pitching duel.

Urias scored the most strikes of his career, defeating Marco Gonzalez (1-2). Corey Seager produced the only round with a duet single in the third half, which AJ Pollock opened doubly.

Those were the only Los Angeles hits in the game.

And for Aurias, the result was very different from last summer, when he did not survive the second half. That was his only previous start against Seattle.

Al-Rami said the unusual outing reminded him of the confidence in his performances.

He said, “I know I have a really good stockpile, and I have to have the confidence to attack the hitters and have the confidence in my arms.”

Urías (3-0) did a great job. He found the corners with a fast 95 mph ball that confused the Seattle hitters. The Mariners’ only hit was Mitch Hanniger’s single with two wins in Chapter Three.

It looks like the Culiacán southpaw will cover another round, delivering only 88 shots, of which 68 are. However, director Dave Roberts turned to fellow Mexican Victor Gonzales in the eighth episode.

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Other results

Oakland – Jesus Lozardo showed a jewel throwing, hours after Sean Mania did the same, the Oakland Athletics team beat the Minnesota Twins 1-0 Tuesday night to score twice.

Boston – Eduardo Rodriguez started his Fenway Park debut since 2019 as the Boston Red Sox beat the Toronto Blue Jays 4-2 on Tuesday evening.

Kansas City, Missouri – Brandon Lowe, Austin Meadows and Mike Zunino all were home runs, and the Tampa Bay Rise took a massive 17 hits to defeat the Kansas City Royals 7-14 on Tuesday evening.

Chicago – Jake Arrietta was effective for five rounds, Craig Kimbrel was out of trouble in the ninth game and the Chicago Cubs beat the New York Mets 3-1 on Tuesday night.

CLEVELAND – Carlos Rodon, who played a non-striking no-run game in his previous appearance, survived a tumultuous five rounds to defeat the same team for the second time in a week, with the Chicago White Sox defeating 8-5 on Tuesday evening. Cleveland Indians.

Miami – Trey Mancini and Freddie Galves hit home in the third half as the Baltimore Orioles beat the Miami Marlins 7-5 on Tuesday evening.

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