translated from Spanish: MLB: Marlins win game one with Hernandez jewel

Baltimore — Brian Anderson hit a home run in the fourth inning against Alex Cobb and the Miami Marlins won their second game in a row since returning from a prolonged break from the coronavirus, defeating the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday 1-0 in the first duel of a double undercard. This campaign double billboards are seven innings, one of several rules implemented with the aim of the pitchers and all 30 teams surviving a compact 60-match schedule.
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Miami improved his record to 4-1 with his second bleached in a row over the Orioles. After admitting three unstoppables in the 4-0 win on Tuesday, the Marlins admitted just three hits this time. And so, a team that was inactive eight days after 18 of its players tested positive for COVID-19, it is at the top of The East of the National League by percentage points this completely unpredictable season. The Marlins struggled to complete their roster after filling their disabled list, and the renovated team still does not allow runs. Venezuelan Elieser Hernandez admitted just two unstoppables in four and a third innings and Brandon Kintzler withdrew the ninth episode for his second rescue. Hernandez awarded a double with a double-episode out to Chance Sisco and Dominican Pedro Severino followed him with a single before Nick Vincent (1-0) retired Hanser Alberto with a double kill to end Baltimore’s only threat.Anderson produced the only entry of the match with a right-to-right-country board. It was one of just two Hits by the Marlins in the evening, both against Cobb (1-1). For the Marlins, Dominican Jonathan Villar 3-1. Venezuelans Jesús Aguilar and Francisco Cervelli 3-0 each. By the Orioles, the Dominicans Pedro Severino of 2-1; Hanser Alberto 3-0. Venezuelans Renato Nuneze 1-0; Anthony Santander from 3-0. Cuban José Iglesias 2-0.You may be interested:Liga MX: Rafa Puente is playing his tenure on the bench this date three with AtlasNBA will invest $300 million in foundation to support black communitiesThe Inter confirms the definitive signing of Alexis Sanchez

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