Gerrit Cole and Jack Gallen face off in the MLB All-Star Game… Ohtani is the second designated hitter.
Gerrit Cole (New York Yankees) and Jack Gallen (Arizona Diamondbacks) will face off in the Major League All-Star Game.온라인바카라
Major League Baseball held a press conference on the 11th (Korean time) at T-Mobile Park in Seattle, Washington, USA. At this meeting, Dusty Baker (Houston Astros) and Rob Thompson (Philadelphia Phillies) coaches, who will take the helm of the American League and National League All-Stars, revealed the starting pitchers and starting lineup for the All-Star game to be held the next day.
American League starting pitcher Gerrit Cole. He is 9-2 with an ERA of 2.85 in 19 games this season. This is the sixth time he has been selected as an All-Star, but this is the first time he has been selected as a starter.
“Cole has been to the All-Star game five or six times, and it’s time to start,” Baker said, explaining why he made Cole the starter.
Gallen is having the best season since his big league debut, recording 11 wins and 3 losses in 19 games with an earned run average of 3.04, and harvesting 11 wins in the first half alone. Galen, who enjoyed the joy of participating in the first All-Star Game in his debut, became an Arizona All-Star Game starter 21 years after Curt Schilling in 2002.
Thompson, who gave Galen the starting pitcher role, praised him, saying, “His record is really amazing, and he’s had a great year.”
American League: Marcus Simien (2nd baseman, Texas Rangers) – Shohei Ohtani (DH, LA Angels) – Randy Arozarena (left fielder, Tampa Bay Rays) – Corey Seager (shortstop, Texas Rangers) – Yandi Diaz (1st baseman, Tampa Bay Rays) – Adolis Garcia (right fielder, Texas Rangers) – Austin Hays (center fielder, Baltimore Orioles) – Josh Chung (third baseman, Texas Rangers) – Jonah Haim (catcher, Texas Rangers).
National League: Ronald Agunya Jr. (right fielder, Atlanta Braves) – Freddie Freeman (first baseman, LA Dodgers) – Mookie Betts (center fielder, LA Dodgers) – JD Martinez (DH, LA Dodgers) – Nolan Arenado (third baseman, LA Dodgers) Louis Cardinals) – Luis Araez (second baseman, Miami Marlins) – Sean Murphy (catcher, Atlanta Braves) – Corbin Carroll (left fielder, Arizona Diamondbacks) – Orlando Arcia (shortstop, Atlanta Braves).