Kevin Gaussman (Toronto Blue Jays), who is challenging for a double-digit win for three consecutive years, made his first appearance in the demonstration game without difficulty. 

Gaussman started the game against the Tampa Bay Rays held at the TD Ballpark in Dunedin, Florida, on the 4th (hereinafter Korean time), recording 1 ⅔ innings, 1 hit, 1 walk, 3 strikeouts and 1 run.  토토사이트

In the first inning, Josh Lowe, the first batter, left and stole second base, and Gaussman was forced to risk third base safely due to a catcher’s error. He struck out Jose Ciri with a swing and got the first out count. He gave up a walk to Isaac Paredes, resulting in a 1 out 1 and 3 base situation. 

Gaussman guided Jonathan Aranda to a shortstop grounder, but in the meantime, third base runner Josh stepped home. He ended the inning by striking out Francisco Mejia. Toronto, which started a counterattack, balanced 1-1 with Vladimir Guerrero Jr.’s timely hit in the bottom of the first inning. 

Gaussman caught leadoff hitter Charlie Culberson with a looking strikeout in the second inning, then induced Vidal Bruhan to ground to first base. He finished the day’s mission with no runners in the second row. 

Meanwhile, Toronto brought a thrilling victory 7-6 with Rayner Nunez’s finishing hit. Guerrero Jr. was substituted during the game due to right knee pain.

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