Venezuelan first baseman Jesús Aguilar homered and drove in four runs to lead the Miami Marlins to a 6-7 victory on Thursday at their visit to the Cincinnati Reds.
In the match, Colombian Donovan Solano had an outstanding day. However, along with his success in batting, he remained in the memory of the spectators for the tremendous ball that he unintentionally struck the American Daniel Castaño in the face. .
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The Marlins mounted a three-run rally in the ninth inning that featured Jesus Sanchez with a home run and Aguilar with a sacrifice fly which led to what ended up being the winning run for the Miami team.
Reds outfielder Tommy Pham opened the scoring with a one-run double in the first inning. Aguilar appeared in the third episode. He hit his twelfth home run of the season. He drove in two runs and put the Marlins ahead (1-2).
Shortstop Miguel Rojas drove in the third round of that third inning for the Marlins, with a single to right field. The Reds responded with two runs in the fourth that made it 3-3. The first by a ground ball to second by Tyler Naquin and the second by a two-base hit by Mark Kolozsvary.
Colombian Donovan Solano put the Reds back in the lead with an undisputed one-round RBI in the fifth inning. However, the ball in the face of American Daniel Castaño drew all eyes.
“I'm not sure what happened. I doubled over for a second. I was a little unconscious. When I woke up, I asked 'what happened?”, he said at the end of the meeting.
“I'm much better now. I feel a little tired, but I'll be fine”, he concluded.
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Naquin extended the score for the Reds (5-3) with a solo home run in the sixth act. Aguilar did not sit idly by and with a one-lap RBI double, he brought the Marlins closer on the scoreboard (5-4).
The Marlins returned to the attack in the ninth inning. Sánchez (12) disappeared the ball over the fence of the right forest, with no one in circulation. The game was 5-5. The Miami bats added two more rounds to take command of the game, the first came on Joey Wendle's RBI double and the second on Aguilar's sacrifice fly.
The Reds threatened to come back in the bottom of the ninth when they scored a run on Pham's hit, but fell short. Reliever Zach Pop (2-0) got the win by pitching a scoreless inning. The save was credited to Tanner Scott (14) after giving up one lap in a two-strikeout inning. Reliever Hunter Strickland (2-3) was the loser, allowing three runs without retiring a batter. For the Marlins, Aguilar had three hits in four at-bats, scored one run and drove in four; Rojas went with one hit in four plate appearances and drove in one run; and Sánchez homered in his only appearance at bat. For the Reds, Solano went 1-for-4 with one RBI.
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