Tuesday, September 27, 2022

With Carpenter’s home run, the Tigers beat the Guardians

CLEVELAND ( Associated Press) — Rookie Kerry Carpenter made it home for a second straight night as the Detroit Tigers beat the Cleveland Guardians 4-3 on Tuesday night in the ninth inning.

Cleveland manager Terry Francona was kicked out for arguing with the umpires after Miles Straw was called for a strikeout with a tie run in the third for the second out of the innings.

Plate umpire Lance Barksdale originally ruled that Straw had fouled a pitch by Gregory Soto close to the Tigers on the 2–2 count.

The four umpires negotiated before deciding that Straw was out for strike three. Francona came running from the cave and got into a heated argument with Barksdale.

He was immediately evicted, but he continued to protest on the field while the crowd opposed him. The straw was also taken out.

Steven Kwan, who was 3-for-3 and running, hit a ball to Soto to end the game.

Garrett Hill (3-3) restricted Cleveland to five innings for one run in the first innings. He left four hits with three strikeouts.

The losing starter was Zack Plesack (2-11).

For Tigress, Venezuela’s Victor Reyes scored 5-1 with one run, Harold Castro scored one and scored two. Puerto Rican Javier Baez scored 4-1 with a run. Dominican Jammer Candelario 4-0.

For the Guardians, Dominican Amade Rosario 4-2 with a run, Jose Ramirez 4-1 with two RBIs, Oscar Gonzalez 4-1. Venezuela Andres Jiménez 3-0.

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