Lorenzen, The Man with the Best Record


    Lorenzen, The Man with the Best Record

    ++Lorenzen, 'the man with the best record', throws 124 pitches and throws the first no-hitter in his life++

    In 2018, the pitcher's pinch-hit home run, and in 2019, the winning pitcher, home run, and fielder defense in one game

    Michael Lorenzen (31), a right-handed pitcher of the Philadelphia Phillies, achieved a no-hitter, giving up no hits or points in a counterattack by throwing 124 pitches.

    Lorenzen started in the 2023 American Professional Baseball Major League (MLB) home game against the Washington Nationals held at Citisons Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA on the 10th (Korean time) and pitched 9 innings with no hits, 4 walks and 5 strikeouts. led to a 7-0 victory.

    This is the fourth no-hitter and no-run in the big leagues this season, and it is the 14th time a player from Philadelphia has achieved this.

    Lorenzen, who made his MLB debut with the Cincinnati Reds in 2015, played mostly out of the bullpen.

    In 2019, he went 1-4 with 21 holds and 7 saves with a 2.92 ERA with Cincinnati.

    He moved to the Los Angeles Angels last year, and this year, he was traded to the Philadelphia Tigers through the Detroit Tigers.

    Lorenzen has been performing exceptionally since moving to Philadelphia.

    On the 4th, his first game after his transfer, against the Miami Marlins, he became the winning pitcher with 6 hits, 1 walk and 2 runs in 8 innings.

    Lorenzen, who won his 7th win (7th loss) of the season, came one win closer to the most wins (8 wins) in an individual season.

    Lorenzen is also famous as a player who set various records.

    Lorenzen, who also served as an outfielder in college, showed extraordinary batting skills in the big leagues.

    It's not full-time like Shohei Ohtani (Angels), but he also worked as a pitcher for a while.

    On July 1, 2018, when he was playing in Cincinnati, Lorenzen hit a home run as a pinch hitter in the 7th inning of a home game against the Milwaukee Brewers.

    The pitcher's pinch-hit home run was the first record in 65 years.

    And that's not all.

    Lorenzen took the mound as a pitcher in the 7th inning of a game against the Philadelphia Phillies on September 5, 2019, then came out as a batter in the 8th inning and hit a home run, and also took on center field defense in the 9th inning.

    At the time, Lorenzen left his name as the first player to record a winning pitcher, home run, and fielder defense in one game after 98 years since Babe Ruth in 1921.




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