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Dettmers threw 108 throws, hit two and walked one hit in a 12-0 Angel Burst Over Rays. He pushed Yandy Diaz out to take down Andrew Velasquez to finish the match.
The 22-year-old got the best result in his 10th debut in the Major League.
After the match, he said, “The last exit was the coolest part. It’s just something I’ve dreamed about since I was a little kid. I didn’t think it would ever happen.”
The main court may have played in his favour.
Official scorer Mel Franks ruled in the seventh inning that first baseman Jared Walsh’s throw was to his right, resulting in a foul when Brett Phillips arrived safely.
“I thought that was a very obvious mistake,” Walsh said. “I expect to do this play most of the time, so I would definitely complain if they called it a knockout.”
He added that even on the road he thought a mistake had been made.
“I think most of the big slams will admit that was a mistake,” he said.
To finish the win, Los Angeles got a big boost from the third baseman Anthony Rendon. Phillips was pushed to the blast to play in the eighth inning and Rendon hit his left hand against him. Rendon, who is usually a right-hander, managed two goals. This was the fourth of Rendon of the year. Mike Trout Also added two zingers.
Dettmers completed his first Angels no-hitter team since 2019 when Taylor Cole and Felix Pena reunited to face off against Seattle Mariners. It was the team’s first home game since Tyler Skaggs’ death.
Detmers is the youngest left-handed archer since Clyde Wright in July 1970.
“He was much better in attendance tonight. He looked and felt the role,” Angels coach Joe Maddon said. “I hope we get a lot of leftovers from that in the future, because he’s capable of it. Maybe not a hitter, I’m just saying that’s how he should deliver. That’s what it should look like often.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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