Toronto lost to Philadelphia 4-9 at Rogers Center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the 17th

With the loss, he recorded one win and one loss in two consecutive games against Philadelphia, recording 67 wins and 55 losses. Philadelphia is 66-55.

The game was turned upside down in the fifth inning. Toronto, which was leading 4-2, sent out the runner with starter Kevin Gausman allowing two walks, followed by Nick Castellanos allowing a double to the left field.

He induced a grounder to third base in a match against Bryson Statt with two outs and runners on second and third base. It was an ordinary ground ball, so the inning could end. However, third baseman Santiago Espinal’s throw was short, and the throw fell back as first baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr. failed to hit the bound. Two runners stepped home and quickly turned 3-5.

Starter Gausman also took the mound in the sixth inning, but was shaken by allowing consecutive hits. In the end, he came down from the mound with one out and runners on second and third bases. Team Meiza, who took the mound as a relief pitcher, allowed a sacrifice fly and consecutive hits, increasing the number of runs.

Gausman became a losing pitcher with seven hits, one home run, three walks, four strikeouts and seven runs (five earned runs) in 51/3 innings. His ERA this season is 3.24.

Toronto hitters also fought well against Aaron Nola (four hits, one home run, four walks, seven strikeouts and four runs in five innings). Dalton Basho scored a two-run home run in the second inning, and Cavan Vizio called in two runners with a timely right-handed hit in the third inning with two outs and runners on second and third bases. However, he failed to score additional points.

Philadelphia’s Bryce Harper hit a solo home run over the fence in the middle of the third inning, followed by a home run over the right-center fence in the ninth inning, recording multiple home runs.

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