San Diego Padres Nick Martinez (33) struggled for the first time in an exhibition game.

Martinez started on the 7th (Korean time) in a practice game against the Los Angeles Dodgers held at Camelback Ranch in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, and recorded a loss in 3⅓ innings, 3 hits, 1 walk, 3 strikeouts and 3 runs (1 earned). San Diego lost 3-8.

In the first inning, Martinez, who dealt Mookie Betts and Freddy Freeman with bum hits, got back-to-back hits from Will Smith and Max Muncy, but overcame the crisis by handling JD Martinez with a ground ball to second baseman.

Martinez, who walked leadoff hitter Jason Hayward in the second inning, sent out Chris Taylor due to a pitcher’s error, putting him on first and second base safely. In the end, Miguel Rojas gave up the lead with a two-run double.

Martinez struck out Miguel Vargas before being replaced by Edwin Vencomo. Vencomo later gave up four more points.

Coming back to the mound in the third inning, Martinez neatly recorded a three-way offense. In the 4th inning, he also recorded consecutive three-way offenses, recording seven batters in a row. In the fifth inning, he was replaced by Stephen Wilson and finished the day’s appearance. 위너 토토

Martinez was selected for the U.S. national team in place of Clayton Kershaw (Dodgers), who was unable to participate in the World Baseball Classic (WBC) due to insurance issues. His exhibition game performance is 3 games (9⅓ innings) 1 win 1 loss average 0.96 ERA.

Meanwhile, for the Dodgers, Noah Syndergaard (3 innings, 2 strikeouts, no runs) and Dustin May (3 innings, 1 hit, 1 walk, 3 strikeouts, no runs) got on the mound and put up a good pitch.

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