The Venezuelan pitcher was solid from the mound and, thus, Colorado was able to defeat the Padres 9-6.
Colorado Rockies March as one of the best record teams since the start of the peculiar 2020 campaign of the MLB by registering 6 wins and 4 losses. The most recent success was the one achieved this Sunday at his stadium, Coors Field, where he defeated 6-4 San Diego Padres and also managed to succeed in the series of three games between them (2-1).
Those of Denver managed to turn the story that had started adversely on Friday with the fall 8-7 against this rival, but with the 6-1 on Saturday the rebound began and finished it in the current day, in which he had as the architect of the triumph to Antonio Senzatela.
The Venezuelan pitcher excelled from his big production on the mound by allowing just one hit in six innings, leading his team to excel with a 2.00 ERA in the majors.
The Valencia native was happy to award four hits and a passport, as well as striking out six rivals. With a score in the second inning, the home was uncovered thanks to Matt Kemp’s two-run homer in the fourth episode. Ryan McMahon and Daniel Murphy signed home runs and thus were able to breathe throughout the greater course of the game, until in the eighth inning the visit achieved four touchdowns. Despite having added one more in the last one, it was not enough to overcome.
On the other hand, New York Yankees celebrated at home with their 9-7 victory over Boston Red Sox and continues as the team with the best record: 7-1.
Angels 5-Astros 6
Mariners 2-Athletics 3
Diamondbacks 0-Dodgers 3
Giants 5-Rangers 9
Cubs 2-Pirates 1
Twins 3-Indians 1
Royals 2-White Sox 9
Braves 4-Mets 0
Orioles 5-Rays 1
Tigers 3-Reds 4
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