we had to wait till 18I inning and Jeremy Peña gave up the Houston Astros before seeing a run.
He hit a long pitch into the first inning batter to set up a 1–0 win for the Astros and snap his streak against the Seattle Mariners.
“It was a long game, mentioned the hero of the day after the game. You still have to focus and try to bat well. I was trying to stay on my game. I thought I had placed it between the outfielders, but eventually the ball went out of ground. ,
Game 3 of the American Division Series was dominated by pitchers and the Mariners pitchers had no place as the team faced elimination.
George Kirby set the tone by allowing just six hits in seven innings of work. The problem for Kirby was that he found no offensive support as Lance McCullers Jr. took over to keep the score 0–0 for six innings.
Seven Seattle side relievers followed, with Kirby allowing just three hits until the ninth pitcher was sent to the field by the manager. After getting a job at 17I During the inning, Penn Murphy was back on the mound in the 18I innings with equality on the board.
Murphy’s sixth pitch, a fastball, was favored by Peña who sent the ball over the fence to put the Astros in control. Robbie Ray was the last pitcher employed by the Mariners, with 20 total strikeouts in the game.
Luis Garcia held the fort on Houston’s mound at 18I sleeve. He retired Jared Kelenick, JP Crawford, and Julio Rodríguez to send his team to the Championship Series.
Garcia pitched five innings in that game, allowing only two hits and striking out six batters. The Astros’ eight pitchers combined for a total of 22 strikeouts and just seven hits in that game against the Mariners’ hitters.
“Our pitching group did an outstanding job,” said manager Dusty Baker. Their pitching has also been excellent, as it is difficult for either side to contain runs for such a long period of time. This is a complete team. They work, work and work, and we finally had an opening.