As expected, home runs in fall baseball… MLB Philadelphia beats Atlanta, a team with 104 wins, to advance to championship series

In fall baseball, where important games are played repeatedly, a home run is necessary. The Philadelphia Phillies of the American Major League Baseball (MLB) hit three home runs and advanced to the National League Championship Series (NLCS, 4 wins out of 7 games) for the second year in a row.

Philadelphia won 3-1, led by Nick Castellanos’ two home runs, in Game 4 of the National League Division Series (NLDS, 3 wins out of 5) against the Atlanta Braves held at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA on the 13th (Korean time). won with

Philadelphia, which won the National League last year,토토사이트 will advance to the NLCS for the second consecutive year and face the sensational team Arizona Diamondbacks for a spot in the World Series. The first game of the NLCS between Philadelphia and Arizona begins on the 17th.

Atlanta, which had the most wins (104 wins) across the two major leagues in this year’s regular season, bowed to Philadelphia with 1 win and 3 losses in the NLDS for the second year in a row.

It is a series of twists and turns. Due to Atlanta’s early exit, three teams, including the Baltimore Orioles (101 wins) and the Los Angeles Dodgers (100 wins), who won more than 100 games this year and advanced directly to the division series, were all eliminated.

The main contributor to the victory was Philadelphia’s 7th hitter, Castellanos. When Atlanta broke the balance of 0 with Austin Riley’s left-handed solo home run in the top of the 4th inning, Castellanos, after changing offense and defense, scooped up a slider toward the body of Atlanta’s right-handed starting pitcher Spencer Strider in a situation where there was no runner with one out, and drew a solo arch with a distance of 123 meters, scoring 1 in one go. The score was tied at -1. Philadelphia turned the tide in the bottom of the 5th inning with Trey Turner’s 1-run home run to left-field, and ran away with a 3-1 lead thanks to Castellanos’ second left-field home run of the day in the bottom of the 6th.

This time, Castellanos caught the 161 km/h fast ball in the Strider’s midsection and sent it flying farther out to 127 meters. Castellanos hit four home runs in two games, including two cannons in Game 3 the day before, when the team won 10-2 by hitting six home runs. This was the first multi-four in MLB history for two consecutive days in the Division Series.

Atlanta had a decisive opportunity to tie the game by getting three consecutive walks with two outs in the top of the seventh inning, but the team’s ‘star’ Ronald Acuña Jr.’s hit to left-center field got caught in the glove of Philadelphia center fielder Joan Rojas and dropped his head. Even in the top of the 9th inning, where he had a walk and a hit, and had no outs on first and third base, his last chance, he threw two fly balls and a strikeout and bowed his head.

The first game of the American League Championship Series (ALCS, 4 wins out of 7) between the Texas Rangers and Houston Astros, two teams based in Texas, USA, will be held at 9 am on the 16th. The World Series (4 wins out of 7 games), in which the winners of the ALCS and NLCS clash, opens with Game 1 on the 28th.

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