‘I don’t know baseball’ Tampa Bay’s 14-game winning record challenge failed… ERA 11.17 Blocked by Toronto selection
The Tampa Bay Rays’ attempt to win the most 14 consecutive wins in the American Major League (MLB) has stopped.
Tampa Bay lost 3-6 in an away game against Toronto held at the Rogers Center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the 15th (Korean time). It was the first loss of the season in the opening 14th game of this season.
As a result, Tampa Bay’s attempt to record the most consecutive wins in the opening season failed.
Tampa Bay defeated the Boston Red Sox the day before (14th) and was on a 13-game winning streak at the start of this season. This is the longest winning streak in MLB history, and a record that has been tied in 36 years. Prior to Tampa Bay, the Atlanta Braves in 1982 and the Milwaukee Brewers in 1987 recorded 13 consecutive wins after opening. In 1884, the St. Louis Maroons posted a 20-game winning streak, but it is the MLB’s longest winning streak since modern baseball began in 1901.
If he beat Toronto that day, it was possible to set a new record for the most consecutive wins in the MLB opening.
It was Toronto starting pitcher Jose Berrios who stopped Tampa Bay’s challenge. In the face-to-face match between the starting pitchers that day, Drew Rasmussen (Tampa Bay), who threw 13 innings in two games and recorded a total of 3 hits, 15 strikeouts and no runs, was predicted to have the upper hand. On the other hand, Berrios had been sluggish with an average ERA of 11.17 with 2 losses in 2 games until the previous day. The 7-year total of 131 million dollars (approximately 171.2 billion won) of jackpot contracts has been disappointing to the point of being colorless. 토스카지노
However, Berrios had a good fight against Tampa Bay that day. He won his first win (2 losses) of the season with 4 hits and 1 run over 5 innings. On the other hand, Rasmussen was sluggish with 8 hits and 5 runs in 4 1/3 innings and suffered his first loss (2 wins) of the season.
Toronto scored first in the bottom of the first inning with a home run by George Springer. Toronto scored an extra point with an RBI double by Bo Bisset, who broke out on 2nd, 1st and 2nd base in the second inning. Tampa Bay made up for 1 run at the beginning of the 4th inning, but Toronto solidified its winning streak by scoring 4 points at the end of the 5th inning with 1 out and a bases loaded in a row and an opponent’s error. Tampa Bay chased it to 3-6 with José Beriosi Law and Christian Bettencourt’s home runs in the 7th inning, but could not turn the game around.