The pitcher Jesús Luzardo, Venezuelan born in Lima, Peru, was reunited this Sunday with victory in the Major Leagues (MLB, for its acronym in English).
In seven innings of work, the left-handed starter, of the Miami Marlins, he only allowed one hit, gave away one walk and struck out six batters for the Chicago Cubs.
The sinister, made 91 pitches, 91 located in the strike zone, after facing 24 opponents.
Luzardo won his first game since April 30, having missed two months of the season with a pitching arm injury.
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With his performance this Sunday, the young pitcher, 24, is 3-4 with a 3.29 ERA.
Don Mattingly's crew managed to clinch this win thanks to home runs by Jacob Stallings and Peyton Burdick.
Now, the Marlins are 49-59 and 11 games out of the NL wild-card spot.