The manager is furious with the referee and leaves, the Ohtani-Trout twins are silent… LAA 2-5 Houston

The Los Angeles Angels are hardly on the rise.

The Angels knelt 2-5 in an away game against the Houston Astros held at Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas on the 2nd (hereinafter Korean time).스포츠토토

The Angels, who came to Houston with a relieved mind after beating the Chicago White Sox 12-5 the previous day and achieving a winning series of 2 wins and 1 loss, played a frustrating game as the other line showed lethargy in the chance again. He got 11 hits, two more than Houston, and four walks, two more than Houston, but went 2-for-12 from scoring position.

Shohei Ohtani, who hit two home runs the day before, went 1 hit in 5 at-bats including a strikeout with the base loaded, and Mike Trout got 2 walks and went 0-for-3 in each.

Episode 6 was the place to win.

In the top of the 6th inning, trailing 2-4, the Angels seized the bases with consecutive hits by Hunter Renfro and Geo Ursela, and Jack Neto’s left-handed hit after one out. Leadoff Taylor Ward then stepped in to bat. However, Ward was struck out looking for a full count by right-hander Hector Neris.

Judging from the replay screen, it was clearly a low ball. Ward said a few words to umpire Stu Surewater with a puzzled look on his face and went in. However, Angels manager Phil Nevin jumped out and protested harshly. It was about asking why it was a strike. Coach Nevin, who was sent off, went into the dugout, but left after pouring out his dissatisfaction toward the referee.

Even Mike Trout, who had been expected with the bases loaded with two outs, withdrew as a fly ball, and the Angels did not get a single point in the pursuit chance. In fact, it was an inning that decided the game.

Angels manager Phil Nevin protested harshly in the top of the 6th inning. MLB.TV Capture

Houston pitcher Hector Neris’ 93.9 mile sinker on the sixth pitch to Taylor Ward with one out and bases loaded in the sixth inning is entering the lower course. Photo = MLB.TV capture
In the midst of this, Ohtani, who hit two home runs the day before and took the sole lead in AL home runs, was lethargic with 1 hit in 5 at-bats. He went on base with a right-handed hit with one out and first base in the top of the first inning, and then had no hits in the subsequent four at-bats.

In the second inning with a 1-0 lead, he struck out three pitches to Houston starter Ronel Blanco with two bases loaded, missing an RBI opportunity. In the 5th inning, the catcher foul-fly, and in the 7th, the second baseman grounded with a grounder, respectively. In the last at-bat in the ninth inning, he went out as the lead batter and struck out on a swing by Houston closer Ryan Presley’s low curve.

The Angels took the lead with Ward’s timely hit in the top of the second inning, and Houston quickly balanced the score with Jose Abreu’s sacrifice fly at the bottom of the second inning. The Angels took the lead again with Brandon Drury’s solo home run in the 5th inning, but Houston took the lead in the bottom of the 5th inning with one out and third baseman Yainer Diaz’s heavy hit, and Alex Bregman’s two RBIs from the second baseman who continued to score 4-. 2 turned the tide. Houston added a point with consecutive doubles by Kyle Tucker and Abreu in the 8th round, consolidating its winning streak.

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