This Sunday for the first time in the 2022 Major League season, two Venezuelan pitchers will be rivals on the mound during a game.
Starting at 7:05 pm, that stage will be when the Los Angeles Angels, with José Suárez and the Texas Rangers, with Martín Péréz meet in Arlington.
It is an interesting duel of left-handed pitching separated by 920.2 innings of experience at the highest level of the ball; that of the Cherubs has been on the hill for 186 innings, while that of the Rangers accumulates 1106.2 of the way.
Both go out to look for their first victory of the campaign.
Suárez, 24 years old, appears at the Creole event with a balance of 0-1, 4.15 ERA, 1.38 whip, a couple of strikeouts and 4 walks yielded in 4.1 episodes; For his part, Pérez has a record of 0-1, 6.75 ERA, 2.00 in whip, 1 walk and a couple of strikeouts in 4 sections.
This will be the fourth matchup of a four-game series that takes place at Globe Life Field between the Angels and the Rangers, a matchup characterized by a high number of hits and runs.
The markers have been 10-5 in favor of the locals on Thursday, 9-6 on Friday for the visit and 7-2 again for the foreigners. In total there have been 11 home runs, 3 of them for the Japanese Shohei Ohtani.