There are still two matches left in Quantity‘ the current marathon runs for 19 games in 19 days, but at least those will be at home to the Kansas City Royals before the two-day break starting May 31. They have just seven games in St. Louis since that game started after their last game on the 11th of May
Hunter Gaddis (1-1, 5.26 ERA), a 25-year-old rookie, will start his third season, aiming to secure his spot in Cleveland’s rotation as the main catch. guard await the imminent return of injured starters Aaron Cvale and Triston McKenzie
Gaddis is putting on his best performance of the season, after clinching Cleveland’s 3-0 win on Monday over the Chicago White Sox by throwing six innings without scoring, on target twice.
“Every time I throw the ball, I tend to go into cruise mode,” Gaddis told reporters after that game. “So I’ve been paying attention to myself, how I’m on the pitch in every game, and I’m just reminding myself to stay focused.”
Louis will send left-hander Jordan Montgomery (2-6, 4.55) against Gaddis.
Montgomery is 6-3 with a 3.11 ERA in 11 starts after arriving in St. Louis in 2022 in a deal with the New York Yankees. He is still one of the Quantity‘ are the most reliable starters, even though he hasn’t thrown the ball into the sixth inning in his last three starts.
Montgomery faced guard twice as a member of the Yankees with mixed results. In the game against Cleveland, he had a 4.34 ERA in 18 2/3 innings of his career and beat 25, but gave up 9 earned in those games.
And Montgomery appeared with recent ups and downs. He has opened the season with victory in his first two appearances, but has not won in his past eight appearances. He dropped four runs in just four innings in his final start, losing 6-5 to the Cincinnati Reds.
“It’s hard to keep the ball in the park here,” Montgomery said after that game. “I tried to keep them on the ground. Tonight was tough.”
Louis Oliver Marmol said of Montgomery: “His pitching was almost up tonight. Not the kind of finish with his pitches. Doesn’t look as sharp as he has.”
On the field, the two teams tended to not be different.
The Quantitysince dropping to 11-24 on May 7, averaging 6.43 runs per game, 0.483 slip and 0.829 OPS — all tops in the National League for the period
The guard continue to struggle to score, especially at home, where they have averaged just 2.9 times per game this season
Cleveland beat St. Louis 4-3 on Friday in the opening game before falling 2-1 when Quantity scored on a pass in the 10th inning on Saturday
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