The Venezuelan Elieser Hernandez He suffered his first loss of the 2022 campaign on Monday against the Los Angeles Angels, who beat the Miami Marlins 6-2.
Hernández worked in the space of 4.2 innings, allowing four runs, five hits and prescribed six rivals.
From the beginning of the commitment, the Angelenos began punishing the pitcher from Ocumare del Tuy, Brandon Marsh and Jo Adell each hit a home run.
After those attacks, the Venezuelan recovered and straightened out his mound work.
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Hernández had suffered a pitch to his right leg a little over a week ago in the spring games, in what was his last prep outing, and he was unable to finish it because of the incident.
For his part, the opener of the seraphim, michael lorenzen he gave up a run of two hits in six innings in his debut with the Los Angeles club.
For its part, Jesús Sánchez he scored both of the Marlins' runs with solo home runs.
Miami manager Don Mattingly was ejected in the fourth for arguing with the plate umpire.
Lorenzen (1-0) struck out seven. The only mistake that caught up with him was in the fourth, when Sánchez sent a cutter over the center-field fence.