‘7G continuous QS+10K’ Senga, ‘NYM Mound present and future’
The New York Mets initially aimed to win the World Series, but gave up on advancing to the postseason with a winning percentage below .500. However, Senga Kodai (30) is providing a ray of hope.
The New York Mets played a home game against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Citi Field in New York, New York, USA on the 15th (Korean time).
Senga, who started as the New York Mets starting pitcher on this day, threw 103 balls (63 strikes) in 6 innings, allowing 2 hits and no runs.
In addition, Senga gave up 2 walks on this day안전놀이터, but struck out 10. Arizona’s batting lineup was tightly packed. This is his fourth double-digit strikeout in one game.
The New York Mets won 11-1 thanks to Senga’s perfect pitching and the batting lineup’s explosion. As a result, Senga won 11 games (7 losses) this season and lowered his ERA to 2.95.
Senga continues his recent excellent pitching with the Ghost Fork as his weapon. Not only has he had quality starts in each of his last seven games, but his earned run average is just 2.32.
Accordingly, Senga’s season ERA steadily decreased, finally falling below 3 points in today’s game. It’s getting better and better.
This is a great consolation to the New York Mets, who originally dreamed of repeating the World Series with Justin Verlander and Max Scherzer, but this plan collapsed.
As of today, Senga has pitched 155 1/3 innings in 27 games this season, striking out 191 times. Therefore, in the next game, he will aim for regulation innings and 200 strikeouts.
Senga, who is completing a successful major league debut season after leaving Japanese professional baseball, has suddenly become the present and future of the New York Mets mound.
Meanwhile, Arizona starting pitcher Merrill Kelly, who faced Senga that day, suffered a loss after showing a poor performance, allowing 7 runs in 5 innings.