Julio Urías sets record for Mexicans in postseason, but leaves without decision against Giants


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Julio Urías sets record for Mexicans in postseason, but leaves without decision against Giants

The Sinaloan pitcher worked four full innings and struck out five to reach 49 in postseason games.

Dave Roberts surprised by starting Game 5 against the San Francisco Giants to the reliever Corey Knebel, but it was all a plan to call from the third entry to the Mexican Julio Urías, who had a solid job but allowed the solo homer to go without a decision in the Division Series.

The Los Angeles Dodgers left-hander from Sinaloa struck out five rivals in his four innings of work, which served to inscribe his name in the history books as he became the Mexican pitcher with the most withdrawals in this way in the postseason (49 ).

Julio Urías took the place of Brusdar Graterol to start the third inning and stayed on the mound until the sixth inning until Dave Roberts came out with the crane when the game was tied 1-1 after the unstoppable producer of Corey seager and the lonely home run of Darin ruf at the bottom of the sixth scroll.

Uriah and Logan webb they got involved in a great duel in which the Mexican allowed three hits, an earned run, did not walk any opponents and struck out five enemies.

Julio Urías, prior to this game, according to ESPN Stats & Info, was 5-1 as a relief pitcher in the postseason, recalling what he did last season when he was a key part of the Dodgers will end the title drought by defeating the Tampa Bay Rays.


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