CLEVELAND, Ohio – Shane Bieber opens every night.
Bieber, in his second start of the season, knocked out 13 of eight goals Thursday night when the Indians beat the twins 2: 0 at Target Field. , making 14 strokes in six assists against Kansas City, but he was.
Bieber not only set an AL record with 27 strokes during the first two starts of the season, but also set an MLB record with the help of Karl Spooner of the Brooklyn Dodgers team. The man for whom he held the AL record was Famer Hall Nolan Ryan.
“As a collective, I feel much sweeter,”; Bieber said when asked to compare Thursday’s beginning with the opening night. “We know how important this series is. After going out there and doing what we did tonight, we set the tone for the series.
“I feel like the club house is really jumping as much as it can with all the protocols. We enjoy it. “
About the passing Ryan, Bieber said: “A couple of people mentioned it. It’s an amazing company to be in. Even be mentioned in the same sentence. I enjoy it. “
Terry Francona, as the overall manager, has a rotation of 5: 0 with a 1.53 ERA in the first seven games of the season. During those seven games, each runner broke six or more runs, setting a franchise record, playing two or fewer times.
Has all tribal rotation been deleted? That would be 67 strokes out of 47 passes.
Bieber called catcher Sandy Leon for the game. Leon fills the wounded Robert Perez.
Asked what Bieber’s best move was, Leon said, “All of them. He threw all four hitting pitches whenever he wanted. It was fun. ”
Leon said he talked to Perez about how to catch Bieber before the team left for Minneapolis on Wednesday night.
The twins pressed Bieber in the sixth, when they released solo singles for Byron Buxton and Max Kepler. He bounced back to bounce Josh Donaldson on the 3-2 ball in the ball, and Jorge Polanco pulled off flying to the center.
Francisco Lindor committed the entire offense required by Bieber, a two-point home away from Jose Berrios in the third inning (0-1, 7.00).
Bieber (2-0, 0.00) hit three balls. He retired the last seven men he encountered and did not walk the dough. Bieber ran one batter at a time and made seven strokes during two starts this season.
Rookie James Karinchak captured ninth place in his first rescue from the league. He stepped aside to be six.
“It’s a dream come true,” Karinchak said.
In third place in the Lindor duel, the Indians led 2-0 against the Twins. Berrios started training by pulling out Oscar Mercado, flying the ball into the center and knocking out Cesar Hernandez.
Jose Ramirez, who started the game .368 (7-for-19), sent the Berriors 1-2 to the right. Berrios also jumped against Lindor, but when it was 0-2, dropped the fast ball straight in the middle, and Lindor sent it across the wall in the right center to his second-season host.
“I got a good hit point and got angry properly,” Lindor said. “It simply came to our notice then. Berrios hit me a lot of times. “
The Indians had the opportunity to extend their lead in the sixth, after Berrios withdrew after five goals. Franmil Reyes and Bradley Zimmer reached singles. Zimmer reached a single point on the field and continued to follow with a second shot from first bassman Miguel Sano. The throw was so bad that perhaps Reyes could have excelled, but he slipped into the second ground before continuing on to the third.
Zack Littell, who started sixth, walked Domingo Santana to load the basics when one of them. The catcher Sandy Leon sent the insert back to the mound. Littell stopped him with his body, took it and started a 1-2-3 double game to end the game.
Another chance to score points disappeared in the sixth. For the bat, Hernandez took one walk each with Ramirez and Lindor. But first Hernandez was elected when he returned to the first stand instead of diving. Sano marked it on the helmet, but Hernandez was originally called safe. The twins challenged the call and the secure call was lifted.
Ramirez followed on foot, and Lindor sent a liner to the gap in the middle right, which Byron Buxton ran down.
Berrios allowed two runs in three strokes in five innings. He knocked out six and walked alone.
“Twins No. 1 ”starter entered the match with the result of the Indian career 5-2. This included last year’s record of 2: 0 in four starts.
The victory gave Bieber a 4-0 career with the Gemini.
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