‘My stay’ 13 consecutive wins TB, are you full?

Are you full?

The Tampa Bay Rays collapsed in vain before setting a new major league record.

In fact, it’s enough to make you hungry. His 13 consecutive wins in the opening season is already a tie for the most in the major leagues.

Tampa Bay lost 3-6 in the 2023 Major League Toronto Blue Jays match held at the Rogers Center in Toronto, Canada on the 15th (Korean time). It was regrettable at the end of the 5th inning, when he gave up 4 runs without a single timely hit.온라인카지노

Tampa Bay failed in vain to set a new record for the most consecutive wins in the opening season of the major leagues, 14. He had to be satisfied with 13 consecutive wins, the third in major league history (No. 1 Atlanta Braves in 1982, No. 2 Milwaukee Brewers in 1987).

Toronto took the lead with one point each in the first and second innings. George Springer hit a solo home run in the bottom of the first inning. At the bottom of the second inning, Bo Vichet struck a timely hit with two outs on first and second base.

Tampa Bay made up for one point in the top of the fourth inning. With 2nd out and 3rd base, Luke Reilly scored an RBI with a heavy hit.

Tampa Bay destroyed itself at the end of the 5th inning, trailing 1-2. The walks and easy mistakes were painful.

Starter Drew Rasmussen was hit in a row by Vichet and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Dalton Basho was walked. He managed to breathe a sigh by striking out Matt Chapman with no bases loaded.

Tampa Bay changed pitchers here. Rescue Colin Poche. Poche gave a walk to Alejandro Kirk, who came on as a pinch hitter. He conceded by pushing. Poche also walked Santiago Espinaldo on base. Lost 2 points for pushing.

Here comes the decisive blow. Poche induced a shortstop grounder to Danny Jansen. It was a byeongsalta course. However, shortstop Wander Franco’s throw to second base missed. It was recorded as an error by second baseman Brandon Lowe who failed to catch the ball. Two runners entered home bloodlessly. Toronto quickly pulled away, 1-6.

In the top of the 7th inning, Josh Lowe and Christian Betancourt’s back-to-back home runs broke out, so the large number of runs in the 5th was more regrettable. I didn’t know what would happen if it was 3-4 instead of 3-6.

Toronto put Jordan Romano in the top of the ninth to calm Tampa Bay’s blast.

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