Perez, the youngest pitcher ever in Miami, gave up 7K and 2 runs in 4⅔ innings in his debut
U.S. professional baseball Miami Marlins’ top prospect, Euri Perez (20), was accepted in his long-awaited debut in the Major League Baseball (MLB).
Perez started on the 13th (hereinafter Korean time) in a home game against the Cincinnati Reds held at Londippo Park in Miami, Florida, USA, striking out 7 in 4⅔ innings and allowing 2 runs with 4 hits and 2 walks before being replaced.
The two runs were two solo home runs by Perez.
In Miami’s 4-7 loss, Pérez didn’t record a win or loss, but his pitching was good enough to qualify for the pass.
In particular, Perez set a new milestone in his debut as the youngest pitcher in Miami club history.
Born in the Dominican Republic on April 15, 2003, Pérez was 20 years and 27 days old on this day, breaking the club’s youngest pitcher record set by Jose Fernandez in 2013 at 20 years and 253 days in 10 years.메이저놀이터
Perez, who appeared in 20 games in Minor League Single A in 2021 and recorded 3 wins and 5 losses and an ERA of 1.96, last year played 18 games in Double A and recorded 3 wins and 3 losses and an ERA of 3.97.
This year, after going 3-1 with a 2.32 earned run average in 6 Double-A games, he was called up to the major leagues and made his debut.
Perez, who made full use of a fastball, curve, and slider with a maximum speed of 99.1 miles per hour (about 159.5 km), blocked the Cincinnati lineup with no runs until the third inning.
However, in the top of the 4th inning, he threw a 156km four-seam fastball to lead batter Tyler Stevenson and hit a solo home run that went over the left fence.
In the top of the 5th inning, where the score was 1-1, after two shots, Jake Frelli allowed a solo home run that went over the middle right and then went down the mound.
Perez threw 88 pitches and had 58 strikes.