Puerto Rican Alexis Diaz gets his first save of the season for the Cincinnati Reds

Puerto Rican Alexis Diaz gets his first save of the season for the Cincinnati Reds

Philadelphia – The player of Puerto Rican descent Christian Encarnacion-Strand and the Dominican Elly De La Cruz provided double producers and the Cincinnati Reds They beat the Philadelphia Phillies 4-1 on Wednesday after a long rain delay.

Another Dominican, Frankie Montas, worked five and two-thirds innings in a game that should have started in the afternoon but was delayed three hours due to a forecast of heavy rain.

The teams had to wait another three hours and 35 minutes. It is the second longest delay in the history of Citizens Bank Park.

Montas (2-0) allowed one run and five hits. The Puerto Rican Alexis Diaz He resolved the ninth chapter to get his first save.

Diaz had just squandered a save opportunity in the opening round on March 28, even taking on Cincinnati’s setback against Washington, allowing three earned runs in just a third of an inning. On Monday in the series opener against Philadelphia, he scored the win by pitching 1.2 scoreless innings.

On Wednesday, Diaz pitched a one-hit ninth inning but struck out two. The Puerto Rican is now 1-1 with a save on two occasions, but his ERA is still high at 9.00.

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