Bobby Miller (24, Los Angeles Dodgers), a four-seam fastball that averages 99 mph, has won three consecutive games in his major league debut.
The Los Angeles Dodgers hosted the New York Yankees at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California, on the 5th (KST).
Starting for the Dodgers, Miller threw 88 pitches (57 for strikes) over six innings, allowing one hit and no runs. He struck out seven.
It was Miller’s first no-hitter in his major league career, giving him a 1.06 ERA in 17 innings pitched in three games.
Despite the no-decision, Miller was held scoreless until the sixth inning as the Los Angeles Dodgers bats were held scoreless on the day.
Miller is a right-handed orthodox pitcher who averages 99 mph with a four-seam fastball, 88.9 mph slider, 81.9 mph breaking ball, and 88.4 mph changeup.토토사이트
His four-seam fastball, in particular, is good enough to earn him a 65 on the 20-80 scale that evaluates prospects. His slider and curve are also plus pitches.
Miller is reminiscent of Walker Buehler (27) when he made his major league debut, in that he’s a right-handed orthodox pitcher with a powerful delivery.
Miller’s performance could help the Los Angeles Dodgers compete for the National League West title in the future.