The younger brother, who shed tears over his older brother’s embarrassing injury, received the glory of an All-Star with a spirited pitch.토토사이트
In the World Baseball Classic (WBC) last March, there was a player who was out of the season due to an absurd injury. At that time, Puerto Rico defeated the Dominican Republic 5-2 in the first round, and Edwin Diaz, who was the closer, was drunk with the joy of victory and did not stop celebrating after the match. Diaz celebrated his victory by jumping around the mound. But this would lead to tragedy.
Edwin Diaz suddenly collapsed and barely got up. He injured his right knee while celebrating his victory. The injury was serious enough that he needed surgery, and Edwin Diaz was out for the season. New York Mets signed a 5-year, 102 million dollar (approximately 132.7 billion won) contract extension with Edwin Diaz ahead of this season and received the best treatment ever for a bullpen pitcher, but he is unable to play even one game this year.
Alexis Diaz, who played for Puerto Rico with his brother Edwin, was shocked by his brother’s sudden injury and ended up stealing his tears.
Now, four months later, Alexis Diaz has had the honor of being named his first All-Star while playing as a closer for the Cincinnati Reds.
Alexis Diaz, who debuted on the major league stage in Cincinnati last year and showed excellent pitching with 7 wins, 3 losses, 10 saves, and an average ERA of 1.84 by throwing 63⅔ innings in 59 games, played 38 innings in 39 games this year, recording 3 wins, 1 loss and 24 innings. With a save ERA of 2.13, he has fully established himself as Cincinnati’s closer. Alexis Diaz, who made a relief mound in the bottom of the 9th inning against the Washington Nationals on the 4th Korean time, secured her 24th save of the season with a four-seam fastball that reached a maximum speed of 95.3 miles (153 km) and a slider, a two-pitch weapon, to keep a 3-2 one-point lead.
He, who currently ranks first in the National League in relief, had the honor of winning an All-Star ticket for the first time in eight years since Aroldis Chapman in 2015 as a Cincinnati reliever.
What did you do when you heard that Alexis Diaz was selected as an All-Star? It was to call his brother Edwin. Alexis Diaz expressed her feelings and anticipation of being selected as an All-Star, saying, “It’s an honor to be selected as an All-Star. I can’t wait to see what the ‘show’ of the All-Star Game in Seattle will look like.”