Mexican pitcher Julio Urias threw the spectacular ball to get his first Major League Baseball regular-season win in the Los Angeles Dodgers' 3-1 win over Brewers of Milwaukee.
Julio Uriah was born on August 12, 1996, in Culiacan, Sinaloa. He was promoted to the starting pitching team due to the injuries of star players Clayton Kershaw and Rich Hill, and tonight he responded to the trust placed.
The left-handed pitcher was on the mound for six innings, in which he only hit one hit, walked two and struck out nine, and then relied on relievers Caleb Ferguson, Joe Kelly, and Kenley Jansen to consummate the victory.
The Dodgers infielders supported him in the sixth inning, when Cody Bellinger hit his tenth homer of the season, sending the ball around the center field.
Shortly thereafter, Max Muncy hit a four-cornered hit by sending the ball over the entire center field and drove in Allen Lorenz Pollock, to close the account of the three races that were final.