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Julio Urías throws perfect until the sixth and hits two hits in the Dodgers’ beating of the Giants

Julio Urías throws perfect until the sixth and hits two hits in the Dodgers’ beating of the Giants

In another incredible outing, Mexico’s Julio Urías pitched perfect until the sixth inning and even had the luxury of producing three runs to guide the Los Angeles Dodgers’ 11-5 beating of the San Francisco Giants at Oracle Park. , thus achieving his seventh victory in a row during this 2021 season in the MLB.

The Mexican started the game in a state of grace by retiring in order the first 16 batters he faced. However, Mike Tauchman had the first hit of the game in the sixth inning with one out.

The Culiacan, Sinaloa, native got into trouble that inning as Austin Slater hit a two-run homer.

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With a cushion of 11 runs, manager Dave Roberts did not hesitate to give him the ball and, although he received a third hit, he finished the inning and finished his work.

In total, Julio Urías pitched 6.0 2-run innings.

He had three hits and struck out 10 batters on the road. In addition to his work off the mound, Julio had two hits.

In the second inning he doubled to produce two runs.

An inning later, the house gave the intentional passport to DJ Peters thinking of taking the last out of the Mexican bat, however, Julio hit again from unstoppable to produce another run and leaving the table set to Gavin Lux, who finished the attack with a grand slam.

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After having had a losing streak in which they lost 15 of 20 games, the Dodgers are returning to play as the defending champions and favorites to repeat the MLB title after winning 7 games in a row, part of a 10-game winning streak in their last 11 games.

Julio Urías is having his best season in all areas because, by guiding the team’s victory this Sunday, he also achieved his seventh personal victory of the season, a figure that is already a personal record. ( (GG)

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