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Eduardo Salazar triumphed for the first time in MLB

The cumanés reliever pitched the 9th inning perfectly in the Reds' victory against Dodgers

Cumanés right-hander Eduardo Salazar won his first victory in the Major Leagues on Tuesday, by pitching the ninth inning perfectly in the victory of the Reds against the Los Angeles Dodgers 9-6, in a game played at the Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati in the presence of 22.602 people.

The reliever made his fifth appearance in the Big Top since he debuted on May 24, to lower his ERA to 7.36.

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Salazar, who was born on May 5, 1998, struck out throwing Freddy Freeman, retired Will Smith with a groundout to second base and also guillotined Chris Taylor to preserve the victory for Cincinnati, which woke up yesterday in third place in the Central Division of the National League, five games behind the Milwaukee Brewers.

The man from Sucre has been immense in the last two presentations, which include four episodes. The right-hander has only allowed one hit and has struck out three sluggers.

In five outings this season, totaling 7.1 innings, he has allowed nine hits and allowed 6 earned runs. He also has struck out four and walked two. The Venezuelan struggles to earn the trust of manager David Bell.

The oriental played for seven seasons in the minor leagues. There he left a record of 22 wins and 24 losses with a 3.99 ERA. In 440.1 innings they scored 222 runs, 195 deserved. Eduardo Salazar in our country belongs to Caribes de Anzoátegui.

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