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Antonio Senzatela recorded his shortest outing of the year

Apparently the Venezuelan pitcher left the commitment due to a discomfort in his right shoulder

The Venezuelan Antonio Senzatela, of the Colorado Rockies, recorded this Friday night against the Arizona Diamondbacks his shortest outing of the 2022 Major League Baseball (MLB) season.

In his 13th start of the campaign, Senzatela barely pitched two innings in which he allowed four hits, one of them a home run, three earned runs, gave away a walk and struck out an opponent.

According to the US press, the Venezuelan starter was stretching his right shoulder. The manager of the Rockies, Bud Black, assured after the game that he may have more information about the Valencian's status tomorrow.

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After another unfortunate performance, Antonio Senzatela lost his fifth game of the year (3-5) and raised his ERA to 4.95.

The Rattlesnakes stayed with this game (9 to 3) to put their record at 35-42.

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