Jesús Luzardo obtained his tenth victory of the season this Sunday, helping the Miami Marlins by beating the Atlanta Braves 16-2, sweeping the series of three commitments at the loanDepot Park in the “Ciudad del Sol”.
The Venezuelan left-hander completed six blank innings, in which he only allowed four hits, walked two and struck out eight. Additionally, he retired six of the last batters he faced. In total, he made 97 pitches; 62 of them in the strike zone.
In this way, Jesús Luzardo left his ERA at 3.68, with 194 strikeouts, 51 walks and a WHIP of 1.24 in 166.1 innings of work throughout a year in which he has made his maximum number of starts in a campaign (30).
For his part, regarding the offensive section, Luis Arráez added his second game in a row with three hits and went 5-for-3 with two runs scored and two RBIs, which came in the sixth and seventh innings; where the Marlins capped a pair of four-touchdown rallies.
However, the man from Yaracuy raised his average to .353, with an OPS of .864, 199 hits and 70 runs scored so far this season. In addition to this, with his two RBIs, he reached 200 in his career. Meanwhile, Jazz Chisholm Jr. dispatched another Grand Slam and went 2-1 with four recorded and the same number of hits, three walks and one strikeout.
Likewise, Jake Burger doubled and hit four times at bat, with a hit, three sent to the register and a walk.