“It wasn’t our day” says Toronto coach after scoreless draw [Field Interview]

Toronto Blue Jays coach John Schneider, who gave up the game after a scoreless game, swallowed regret.

In an interview after losing 0-1 to the 카지노사이트 Cincinnati Reds at the Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA on the 19th (Korean time), Schneider looked back on the game, saying, “It wasn’t our day.”

On this day, Toronto gave up the game as the other line failed to score even though starter Jose Berios pitched 5 2/3 innings, 1 hit, 4 walks, 8 strikeouts and no runs. In scoring position, he had a bad fight with no hits in 6 at-bats and 6 left bases. From the 1st to the 3rd inning, runners went out in scoring position every inning, but could not solve it.

Schneider said, “Even though the ball I had to aim for came, I couldn’t hit it. These are usually kicking balls. Again, not our day. I missed the opportunity,” he expressed regret.

“It was a matter of executing the plan,” he said. After Dalton Basho’s double in the second inning, we couldn’t hit the balls we had to hit. It didn’t go as planned,” he said.

Regarding dealing with unfamiliar pitcher Brett Kennedy, he said, “I had a lot of information. He is a pitcher who mainly throws a sinker and has the best changeup and wins with corner work. We also coped well enough. It should have been adjusted accordingly as the game progressed. Again, even though the balls to hit came in, I couldn’t attack. It wasn’t our day.”

Regarding Vladimir Guerrero’s intelligent double-play defense, which came out of the defense at the end of the 7th inning, he praised it, saying, “It was really a baseball play.” “If it was an artificial turf home, it would have been different. Because this is a natural grass, I knew that the batted ball would stop without bouncing. I saw that the batter runner was not running properly, and I coped well. If your opponent doesn’t do what he should, you should aim for an advantage there.”

Regarding starter Berrios, he praised it, saying, “It was the best.” “The only problem was the number of pitches. There were a lot of walks, but the advantage was not like that. Even so, the fastball was controlled at the correct spot. It’s risky to send out so many free runners against a team like this, but his pitching was really good.”

“I came up with the mindset of pitching aggressively, and I did that,” Berrios said. He allowed four walks, but he continued to pitch aggressively.”

When asked about his attitude to pitch in a close game, he said, “No one knows how the game will go. Whether we’re winning, tying, or losing, we have to throw the ball. That’s what I did today,” he said.

“We know we have a chance to make it to the postseason. Baseball is a very beautiful sport. We lost 0-1 today, but we had more chances. We will continue to have a positive mindset and not lose faith in ourselves.”


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