“The booing was appropriate”
Even the players admitted it. The Colorado Rockies suffered a humiliating 1-25 defeat against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in the 2023 Major League Baseball World Series at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado, USA, on Sunday카지노사이트.
The game set a number of records. For the first time in more than 100 years, a 24-run game was a reality. It had been 100 years since the Cleveland Indians (now the Cleveland Cavaliers) beat the Boston Red Sox 27-3 on July 8, 1923.
The Angels offense pounded out 28 hits and scored 25 runs, breaking the franchise record for most hits and runs in a game. The previous marks were 26 hits and 24 runs.
Colorado, on the other hand, was unable to avoid the humiliation of tying the franchise record for most runs scored in a single game, while giving up 25 runs, the second most in franchise history.
On the mound, the Rockies were shredded. Starter Chase Anderson was charged with nine runs on 10 hits in 2⅔ innings, Matt Caracci was charged with six runs on four hits in one-third of an inning, and Noah Davis was knocked around for nine runs on 11 hits in three innings. Carl Kaufman, who came in after the Rockies had already given up 24 runs, was held to one run on three hits in three innings.
The Rockies were able to salvage some dignity with a home run from Brenton Doyle. Doyle took an 86-mph (138-kilometer) cutter from Colton Ingram for a mid-month solo home run in the bottom of the eighth. It was Doyle’s sixth home run of the season. Somehow, the game ended with a run scored.
Patrick Leones of DNVR Rockies, which covers Colorado, posted a transcript of his interview with Doyle earlier in the day.
“The fans deserve better than we do, especially at a game like tonight,” Doyle said. So they can do what they want,” he said, adding, “It was a pretty unpleasant game for our team. The booing was appropriate.” From a player’s perspective, being booed by the home fans is probably the most unpleasant part of the game, but the “booing was appropriate” part comes from the fact that the team had such a disappointing performance that day.
“I don’t care about the record,” said Colorado head coach Bud Black, “it’s just one game. It’s just one game,” he said, vowing to put it behind them and move on.