There is no permanent bottom line… Auckland’s ‘weakest’ rebounds with ‘5 consecutive victories’

Oakland, the “weakest” in the American professional baseball major league, is rebounding with a recent winning streak.

Oakland won 8-6 in an away game against Milwaukee held at American Family Field in Wisconsin on the 12th (Korean time). On the 7th, the winning streak that started against Pittsburgh was extended to ‘5’. In September 2021, he wrote a record of 5 consecutive wins and a tie.

On this day, Oakland gave up one run each in the second and third innings, leading to 0-2, but Seth Brown’s comeback 3-run and Brent Rooker’s home run in the fourth inning overturned the game. In the bottom of the 9th inning, leading 8-3, the back door shook and allowed 3 runs, but kept the lead until the end and completed a 5-game winning streak.메이저놀이터

Auckland has been defeated since the beginning of this season and has been pushed to the bottom. Last month, he fell into an 11-game losing streak, and his win rate fell to the 10% range. There were concerns about breaking the record for the most losses (120 losses) in a major league season since the 20th century left by the New York Mets in 1962.

Auckland, which was at the bottom, has changed recently. On the 7th and 8th, he wrote a winning series in Pittsburgh, first in the Central District of the National League (NL), and even achieved a sweep against Milwaukee, second in the NL Central District. Auckland, who won the 17th win (50 losses) of the season, recovered the win rate to 0.254.

Oakland is attempting a six-game winning streak this season against Tampa Bay, which is in first place in the major leagues.

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