MLB: Julio Urías boasts historic ERA mark, after All-Star break |  Video

Julius UriahMexican pitcher Los Angeles Dodgers, has an ERA of 1.87, after the pause of Stars game, the lowest in major league history for any pitcher with at least 180 innings pitchedaccording to information reported by ESPN.

One day after the end of the Los Angeles 12-game winning streak after losing 4-0 to Kansas City Royalsthe team with the best record in the league returned to winning ways arm in arm with the Mexican.

Uriah he came out of trouble in the first three innings where he seemed to allow runs, but good pitching got him out of trouble all three times and finished with a white sheet in the races, allowing four hits, two walks and distributing 6 strikeouts to his rivals.

Uriah shined again for Dodgerson a day of terrible news for the Los Angeles squad, after the announcement that the right-handed pitcher, a two-time All Star, Walker Buehler, will undergo a elbow surgery which will leave him out for the rest of the year.

The sinaloan streamer has not known defeat since June 12, when he lost as a visitor to the San Francisco Giants, game where he allowed a couple of runs in the six innings he pitched. Since then, Chicago Cubs only they have been able to score more than three runs.

The Brewerswho reached the leadoff hitter in each of the first three innings against Uriahthey left zero of nine with runners in scoring position, where they ran out of hits as of the fourth episode.

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The runs came from the bat of Freddie Freeman, who added a solo home run in the first inning against the Dominican Freddy Peralta. Gavin Lux added a two-run shot off Toby Milner in the top of the sixth.

(With information from ESPN)

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