Houston – Max Fried It is fried. At least that’s how he looked in his last two major league games after the season.
The left-handed Atlanta Braves star allowed seven strokes and six runs (five win) in five rounds against the Houston Astros in Game Two of the World Series on Wednesday.
Fried, who had a 3.04 ERA and only allowed four or more rounds five times in 28 regular season starts, allowed 11 laps (10 gained) in his last two playoff games.
Fried was the bowler who lost in Game Five of the National League Championship Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers on October 21, at Dodger Stadium, when he was attacked with eight hits and five laps in 4.2 innings. On that occasion they were twice hit at home.
On Wednesday at Minute Maid Park, they barely tied him up with an extra base, twice the second Venezuelan baseman. Jose Altove Starting the game, he had six strokes and a picnic. In all, Braves “Ace” has had 15 hits and 11 runs in 9.2 runs in his last two assignments.
This is the third time in his five-year career, both in the regular series and post-season, that Fried has earned 10 runs or more in a two-leg start.
exhaustion? It’s possible. With 21.2 runs in the postseason, Fried raised his total for the year to 187.1 runs, the most of his career in a single season.
with the right Charlie Morton In the remainder of the world championships, from the fracture of the fibula suffered on Tuesday in Game 1, Atlanta need a Fried and Right Ian Anderson, the other two regular players, assume the leadership needed for a greater chance of winning his first championship since 1995.
Going into Game Two of the Fall Classic, the Atlanta staff worked more rounds (49.2) than the starting team (46.1) in the post-season.