ANAHEIM-White Sox midfielder Luis Robert made an interesting but painful and ultimately costly error in the third game of Saturday’s game against the Angels as he tried to win from Anthony Ren Deng received a shallow flying ball on his racket, and only then jumped down because of a running scoring error.
Fortunately, Robert is in very good physical condition, and even keeps pace with the game with RBI singles in the next game. But this game eventually caused the White Sox to lose two innings and eventually lost 5-3, allowing the Angels to score three points in the eighth inning. For all the wrong reasons, this is an unforgettable mistake, because the ball rebounds sharply from his head, and there are two outs for the third time, so receiving the ball can end the threat.
Shortstop Tim Anderson initially retreated in order to catch up, but Robert ran 1
La Russa said: “I think this happened in the entire league before the real darkness happened. I think today is the person between Tim and Luis, [Luis] Play very deep and there is still a long way to go. He is a golden glove. He must run 200 yards to get there. I am exaggerating, but it is a long way to go. In Twilight, it’s hard everywhere. “
However, Robert’s failure was not the end of madness. Right fielder Adam Eaton grabbed the ball and tried to rush to David Fletcher at home from the beginning, but the throw did not reach the target, he fell from the mound, and the missile Flew to the back line like usual. Rendon rose to second place due to a turnover, while Jared Walsh scored Rendon’s RBI singles, which allowed right-hander Lance Lynn to get two unwinn runs in the game.
Lynn said that this is only part of the game, and he is not frustrated with Robert.
“Your job is to pick them up,” Lynn said. “When you encounter a bad game, they will pick you up, win the score for you, and bring you a great game. This game is annoying. So there is no responsibility, nothing, you are all at the next point of sale , This is the truth of the problem. You don’t have to worry about what happened before, because it doesn’t matter, you have to make the next adjustment. Unfortunately, I made a mistake with the next batter and he was able to pass the 6 holes there Shooting. But I need to be vigilant, I need to get us out of trouble. That’s my job.”
Fletcher’s instinct impressed Angels manager Joe Madden. He has been scoring from the beginning and pointed out that this is another reason why kicking the ball in the game is better than a strikeout.
“How is the base runner’s score?” Madden said. “When David came in, I told him that not everyone can score. I want him to know. So, I also want to give him credit. Yes, move the ball, move the ball.’Let the defender execute so they You can perform your own tasks.”-Coach Ed Morgan, Hazelton High School, 1972. “