Charles LeBlanc was disqualified for the first time since joining Major League Baseball, but he still helped the Miami Marlins win 3-0 over the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday.
The win ends a nine-game losing streak for the Marlins.
Leblanc went on the racket four times and hit the fairways in the sixth inning when he inherited the walk. He made it to third base, but was surprised by an accurate throw from catcher Michael Babersky in an attempted steal at second base by his teammate.
In the sequence, Babersky pretended to throw the ball to second base, but instead stopped his gesture to return it to third base and to the surprise of Leblanc, who went too far.
Jesús Aguilar crashed into a long homer to the left, who is the thirteenth homeowner of the season. Luke Williams hit three times in the win.
Novice Sandy Alcantara made a full game for the Marlins, his third this season. However, this is his first closure. He scored his 10th win this season in 14 decisions. Six hits and three hits allowed.
Alcantara is the first Marlins bowler to have 10 wins since Caleb Smith, who scored the same number during the 2019 season.
Mike Minor (1-8) took the loss. He left the game after 5.1 innings. southpaw gave three runs in five strokes. He also walked three times and hit six.
The Reds loaded the rules in the first half with two teams, but Alcantara managed to get out of trouble.
In other matches:
Philadelphia 3 – Atlanta 1
PHI: Nick Castellanos broke the tie with Homer twice in the eighth inning. Zach Wheeler (10-5) was the winning bowler.
ATL: Charlie Morton scored three goals without goals in 6.2 runs. He also had eight hits.
New York Mets 9 – Washington 5
NYM: Daniel Vogelbach won one of the four Grand Slams. Pete Alonso hit his 28th number of the season.
I was: Kibert Ruiz and Lyn Thomas came in ninth with the Nats scoring their five runs.
Milwaukee 7 – Pittsburgh 8
MIL: Four RBIs and two hits by Willy Adames
pit: Brian Reynolds gave his team the victory with a home run in the bottom of the 9
Los Angeles Dodgers 3 – San Francisco 0
Dr: In his first major league game, he led Miguel Vargas in two rounds. Julio Jureas (11-6) went six runs, hit seven strokes
FS: Three hits by Joey Bart
Chicago Cubs – St. Louis (game postponed)
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