Ruined the game with one balk… Dodgers, ‘reversal defeat’ to Mets

Los Angeles Dodgers cried because of a balk. They lost to the New York Mets after a series of reversals, reversals, and reversals.

The Dodgers lost 6-8 in the 2023 Major League Baseball match held at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, USA on the 18th (Korean time).

The Dodgers took a 1-0 lead and then reversed it 1-2. I overturned it 3-2, but allowed a reversal to 3-5. The Dodgers succeeded in reversing the game 6-5. However, in the top of the 7th inning, he tied the score with a balk and was deprived of 3 points and collapsed.안전놀이터

In the top of the 7th inning, leading 6-5, Alex Becia got three hits in a row. Thomas Nido, Brandon Nemo, and Sterling Marte hit one after another.

The Dodgers switched pitchers when the bases were loaded. Phil Bickford was put in for relief.

Bickford took on Francisco Lindor. However, Bickford went into the pitching motion and slightly changed the position of his left foot in the stride. He should have loosened his foot completely, but he pitched as it was. A balk was declared without fail.

Bickford jumped up and protested the decision. But it was an obvious balk. No matter how he appealed, the decision could not be changed. He was only at risk of being sent off. Dodgers manager David Roberts rushed out. I calmed Bickford down and listened to the referee’s explanation.

In vain, the score was tied at 6-6.

On second and third base safely, Bickford induced a ground ball to Lindor on first base, but could not prevent the runner on third base from scoring. With 1 out and 3 base, Pete Alonso hit a timely hit, putting the Mets away by 6-8.

The Mets started the winning group right away.

The Dodgers failed to attack Brooks Rayleigh, who came to the mound in the bottom of the 7th, and the flow was cut off. Reilly ended up killing Miguel Rojas, Austin Winns, and Mookie Betts in a three-way crime.

The Dodgers swallowed their regrets by destroying chances with one out and second and third bases in the bottom of the 8th inning. Max Muncy hit second base and Vargas struck out.

In the bottom of the ninth, it was blocked by the Mets’ lake rain. After one shot, David Peralta’s batted ball flew toward the left center. It almost seemed to cut. Mets center fielder Nemo hustle-played. He snatched the batted ball with amazing fence play. After two outs, Jason Heyward grounded out on first base and the game ended.

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