Darvish, ‘I was in a state of pain control’ even though he allowed a goal in the 7th inning he was actually bleeding | Full Count

Only allowed a solo in the 5th inning, allowing 6 hits and 1 run in the 7th inning to go S

Padres 7-1 Mets (wild card, 8th time in Japan, New York)

Padres pitcher Yu Darvish started Game 1 of the Wild Card (WC) series against the Mets on the 7th (Japan time 8th) and became the winning pitcher with 6 hits and 1 run in 7 innings, and the team qualified for the district. Checkpoint series. For his first playoff win in five years, he said, “Anyway, I pitched with pride.”

Immediately after receiving 2 full runs, he invited a pinch of 1st and 3rd base with a hit by a pitch and a single hit on the first out, but missed the main gun Alonso and hit. The next Vogelback also flew to the right piloting a big ball, and got up without losing a point. His legs were intertwined twice and he invited 3rd base with 2 fatalities, but he didn’t step on home plate. From the 3rd inning to 2 consecutive innings, all 3 players gave up. Only allowed a solo from 1 death in the 5th round. Played a big role in a total of 101 balls.

The stands in enemy territory were filled with loud cheers early on, saying, “I felt like people were saying wow next to me.” However, remembering to stay calm, he looked back saying, “I think I calmed down a bit thinking it’s just a sound.” The opponent who got started was Scherzer, who has three Cy Young awards. “I’m that age, and to be able to pitch against a Hall of Fame pitcher in the beautiful Mets stadium in New York, I wasn’t nervous, but I threw it out of pride,” he said. said with deep emotion. .

Regarding the scene where the coach went to the mound in the 7th inning, he explained that he was bleeding from the side of his right big toe. “The mound was very hard and it was on my big toe (right foot), so I was in a pain-fighting state,” he said.

(Full-Count Writing)


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