ATLANTA — Corbin Carroll was doing Corbin Carroll issues once more on Tuesday evening at Truist Park.
First, the D-backs outfielder knocked a first-inning triple to open the scoring. Then, the NL Rookie of the 12 months candidate struck out swinging within the second inning, however wound up at third base.
No, you did not learn that improper. Carroll struck out and ended up on third base in the identical plate look.
That’s as a result of the nasty Bryce Elder slider that acquired Carroll to swing and miss bounced within the dust and kicked away from catcher Sean Murphy and up the third-base line. Murphy pounced on the ball, however Carroll was already effectively on his strategy to first base.
As an alternative of hanging onto the ball and letting Carroll attain first, Murphy threw wildly to first and the ball went previous Matt Olson and down the right-field line. By the point proper fielder Ronald Acuña Jr. tracked the ball down, Ketel Marte had scored from second base and Carroll, utilizing his lightning pace, was in at third base with out a throw chasing him.
It was a part of a five-run second inning for the D-backs, turning a 5-2 deficit right into a 7-5 lead at that time in a wild sport.
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