In the bottom of the sixth, Ruiz took advantage of a broken delivery by Miami Marlins reliever Dylan Floro, who stayed high to get the ball out of the park.
In accordance with Baseball Savantthe Venezuelan’s connection, with a runner at second base, posted an exit speed of 99.8 miles per hour and traveled 396 feet.
— Washington Nationals (@Nationals) July 2, 2022
With this hit from four corners, number seven of his career, the Valencian cut his team’s disadvantage by reaching 19 RBIs in 2022.
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In addition to his offense, Keibert Ruiz stood out in this game thanks to his powerful arm, after retiring a runner at first.
– The Nationals (@losnacionales) July 2, 2022
Despite the good performance of the Venezuelan, the Marlins stayed with the commitment (6 to 3) to put their record at 35-40 and extend their winning streak to two games.