Chicago – Clayton Kershaw continued just one inning at the shortest start of his stellar career, and Kyle Hendricks beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 7-1 on Tuesday with a split doubleheader opener to throw the Chicago Cubs complete game. It was.
Just 11 years after making just 11/3 innings on the shortest start with Milwaukee, the car show (4-3) didn’t last long.
Three-time NL Cy Young Award winners gave up four runs and four RBIs, including Anthony Rizzo’s RBI single and David Bote’s three-run double. He faced nine batters in 39-pitch innings when his ERA rose from 2.09 to 2.95. The Dodgers suffered their seventh defeat in nine games.
Hendrix (2-3) made the longest expedition in the Cubs this season, scoring 7 innings on his sixth complete game. He gave up 7 hits, hit 6 and walked 1 and lowered ERA from 7.54 to 6.07.
Hendrix did not allow the run until the pinch hitter Keibert Ruiz returned home alone in the seventh inning.
The Cubs, who lost seven out of nine, coasted despite shortstop Javier Baez making three mistakes. Jake Marisnick has returned to Chicago.
Kershaw has not allowed more than four runs in the innings of regular season matches since the sixth four-run against Philadelphia on September 18, 2017. It was only in August that he allowed more than four times in his first inning. 28th, 2008 when he was tagged 5 in Washington.
Kershaw gave up one-out double to Kris Bryant, and things were revealed from there.
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