September 26, 2022

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Drew Rasmussen lost the perfect match for ninth as Reyes beat the Orioles

Drew Rasmussen lost the perfect match for ninth as Reyes beat the Orioles

We will have to wait at least a little longer to see another perfect match in the big league.

Rice bowler Drew Rasmussen didn’t allow the primary sprint by eight rounds before giving up his ninth inning lead double to Jorge Matteo of the Orioles on Sunday at Tropicana Field.

Mathieu moved to third on the Terrain Favra stadium to second and hit a wild ground goal that could have beaten Brett Phillips, but advanced to first on the third hit that fell.

It was Rasmussen’s final beating, but he earned standing ovations as he was pulled out of the game. He allowed one hit and one run he got while hitting seven in 8 1/3 innings. The 27-year-old right-hander was remarkably effective, taking only 87 throws, 62 of which were hits.

Drew Rasmussen of the Rai pitched Sunday against the Orioles.
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The Rays maintained the win over the Orioles, 4-1, as Rasmussen improved to 7-4 on the season and cut his ERA to 2.80.

Rai’s victory in the rubber match against the Orioles comes the next day Seats cleared in another Tampa win over Baltimore While AL East enemies fight for a wild spot.

The last perfect MLB game came on August 15, 2012, when Mariners player Felix Hernandez had a perfect match against Reyes in Seattle.

Matt Garza remains the only bowler who has never met a hitter.

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