Perez Outlaws Gibson as Phillies Fall to Rangers 7-0 – Greeley Tribune

Arlington, Texas (AP) — Nathaniel Lowe and Jonah Heim hit consecutive homers off former teammate Kyle Gibson, Martin Perez scored his fifth scoreless start this season in six innings and the Texas Rangers defeated the Philadelphia Phillies on Tuesday night. defeated 7-0.

Lowe broke a 0–0 draw in fifth with his single shot, before Hamm also hit his ninth of the season in Rangers’ eighth consecutive win over the Phillies. This is the longest winning streak for Texas against an NL team since interleague play began in 1997.

Read more: Elderly man shot in the head at Daily Walk, killed in Juniata, say Philadelphia police

Marcus Semien and Cole Calhoun each joined two-run homers in the eighth against Juris Familia. Semin had three hits, including a double before an RBI single from Corey Seeger, when Gibson was still in sixth place.

Texas relievers Matt Bush, Dennis Santana and Brock Burke played 1-2-3 as Rangers retired the last 11 batsmen.

Perez (5-2) overtook Gibson in a matchup of a lefty well on his way to the first All-Star nod in his second stint with the Rangers and a right-hander who was the Texas opening day starter last year and was the first – Time All-Star.

Gibson (4-3), who allowed three runs and seven hits in 6 1/3 innings, was handed a trade deadline to Phillips last year, less than three weeks after throwing a scoreless innings at the Midsummer Classic. Was sent.

It was just the fourth loss in 19 games for the Phillies, while interim manager Rob Thomson lost the first in six series openers that Joe Girardi had taken over since being fired.

Thanks to some early double plays, Gibson faced a minimal number of hitters with two outs in the fifth when Lowe went the other way to drop on the first pitch.

Heim pitched 2-1 just above an angled corner of the wall, with Nick Castellanos’s attempt to leap, delaying the crowd’s reaction.

Read more: Skippack Pharmacy adopts unique approach to vaccinate children in the age group of 6 months to 5 years against COVID-19

Perez helped himself by knocking down Castellanos’ two out liners with two, when the game was still scoreless in the fifth. Shortstop Corey Seeger scooped the roller which removed Perez’s glove and threw first to end the innings.

The Phillies had first and again runners in sixth, this time with an out, when left fielder Cole Calhoun made a diving catch of Matt Weirling’s sinking liner.

Perez scored six hits, three walks—all to Rhys Hoskins—and pitched on two wild pitches. The 31-year-old reduced his ERA to 1.96.

instructor room

Phillies: Thomson said the infected blister on slugger Bryce Harper’s left forefinger was better and he could return to the lineup for the two-match series finale on Wednesday. … Thomson said RHP Zach Eflin (right knee trouble) was on track to start in San Diego on Saturday, after being pulled after just two innings in a 9-3 loss to the Nationals on Sunday. … INF Johann Camargo (right knee strain) was activated by 10-day IL.

Rangers: C/DH Mitch Garver (COVID-19) and rookie 3B Josh Smith (left shoulder sprain) were active and in the lineup. … RHP Glenn Otto (COVID-19) was scheduled to begin rehab with Triple-A Round Rock on Tuesday night.


more news: Civil jury sexually assaulted Bill Cosby and Judy Huth when she was 16 at the Playboy Mansion in 1975

Texas opening day starter John Gray (2-3, 4.27 ERA) is set to try his best back-to-back starts of the season, facing Phillips RHP Jack Wheeler (6-3, 2.69). is falling Gray went on to play seven scoreless innings in a 7-0 win at Detroit after allowing one run with 10 strikeouts in six innings while making a no-decision in an 8-6 win over the Chicago White Sox. Wheeler has conceded just two runs in 21 career innings against Rangers.

Leave a Comment

%d bloggers like this: