Sanchez Wins Debut Game with the Miami Marlins
Sixto Sanchez wins debut game in the Major League by allowing six hits in five innings. He helped the Miami Marlins win against Washington Nationals 5-3 to get a split of a doubleheader. Marlins manager Don Mattingly said that Sanchez was an exciting pitcher to watch. Also, Mattingly wants to see him grow over time.
Washington won the first game of the doubleheader, 5-4. Its bullpen retired all seven Marlins batters to stop their rally.
Marlins acquired Sanchez through trade with Philadelphia last season. In the first inning, he threw a 100 mph with his fastball. Also, the team was comfortable with his performance. He struck out four Nationals players without giving up a walk.
Sanchez Wins Debut Game
Washington did manage to score with a solo home run from Yan Gomes in the third inning. Also, Victor Robles got a two-run hit in the fifth inning. Sanchez said that he worked hard for his debut game.
According to a bookie blog, Brandon Kintzler replaced Sanchez in the seventh inning. He got his fifth save in five appearances.
Washington’s Wil Crowe also made his debut during the second game of the doubleheader. He allowed four runs in 3 and 2/3 innings. However, Corey Dickerson got a two-run homer in the third inning. Also, reliever Seth Romero gave up two runs.
Sportsbook pay per head for agents said Crowe pitched well. However, the team didn’t play good defense. There were plays that they would want to have back. In the first game of the doubleheader, Kyle Finnegan struck out Jorge Alfaro to get his first win in the Major League. Also, Daniel Hudson got his sixth save.
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