Franmil Reyes hit three home runs when the Cleveland Indians returned from a 3-0 deficit and beat the New York Yankees 7-3.
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Franmil Reyes talks about his 446-foot home run.
Cleveland (AP) — Franmil Reyes returns home twice, Zach Plesac gets an early lead and then throws seven dominant innings to the Cleveland Indians on Friday night, just before the opening ceremony. Defeated Detroit Tigers 4-1 who scratched Julio Teherán.
Reyes hit a two-run home run on his first off-emergency starter, Derek Holland (0-1), and added a 446-foot solo shot to make it 4-0 on the sixth.
Plesac (1-1) threw a scoreless ball and allowed only three singles, improving to 3-1 in five career starts with the Tigers. He gave up three earned runs in Detroit in the 302/3 innings.
The Tigers avoided the shutout when Wilson Ramos made Bryan Shaw home for the eighth time.
Emanuel Klaas worked in his ninth save with Cleveland and his second career. He got one in Texas in 2019.
Detroit was forced to change his pre-match pitch after Tehran complained of tension in his right triceps during the warm-up. The right-handed player defeated the Indians in the Tigers’ debut last week, allowing one run and four hits in five innings.
But when he felt uncomfortable while warming up with the Progressive Field Bullpen, the team didn’t seize the opportunity.
This was the first road game for AJ Hinch, Tigers’ first-year manager, after Detroit played the first six games at Comerica Park.
The 409-foot liner to Reyes’ left fielder bleacher first gave the Indians a 3-0 lead. This began with the announcement that Tehran would not pitch.
The Netherlands, which made a five-time start in Pittsburgh last season, gave Eddie Rosario a single pair and fielder’s choice RBI before Reyes led to his second home run, offering a three-run cushion welcomed by Prisa. Did.
Sixth time, Reyes tore a 2-2 pitch from Fulmar across the central wall into the still-blooming trees in the Heritage Park.
Detroit slugger Miguel Cabrera was 0-4.
He was shy to join Jesse Burkett (2,870) in 46th place in MLB history and hit Babe Ruth (2,873) four hits in 45th place.
Rookie Achill Badou went 2-0 on a walk without adding another chapter at the beginning of the storybook.
Detroit’s 22-year-old rookie returned to the opening ceremony at his first major league at-bat and connected to the Grand Slam in his second game. On Thursday, he entered as the 8th pinch runner and delivered the 10th walk-off RBI single.
According to Elias Sports Bureau, Badoo was the first player to start his career in multiple home runs, including a Grand Slam, in the first three games since 1900.
Crace threw nine balls against Kansas City on Wednesday at over 100 mph. In just two games, right-handed players have already thrown three-digit pitches (18) since 2008, more than all Cleveland pitchers combined.
Indian manager Terry Francona believes there are many reasons for pitchers to throw harder than before. One is that today’s pitch is recorded when the ball leaves the pitcher.
“I don’t want to be an old man like’I don’t throw like I did (played)’,” he said. “I would like to go out on my limbs and say that if Nolan Ryan were pitching today, he would be one of the most difficult pitchers. He would take your breath. Literally. ”
Francona has been inducted into the Hall of Fame 42 times in his career.
“I don’t think it was in his speech,” Francona joked to Ryan without mentioning that he had hit .225 (9 of 40).
Tigers: Pitching coach Chris Fetter has returned to the team after a positive COVID-19 test. Hinch said the trip to Cleveland robbed the players of playful ribs, but added that everyone was happy to get him back.
Indian RHP Aaron Civale (1-0) will face Tarick Skval (0-0) for the second time a week. Sivale defeated Detroit on April 4th, allowing only two hits in seven innings. Skval pitched 6th and left the lead, but Cleveland scored 7 runs from the Tigers rescuers.