It was the first time in 36 years in the American professional baseball Major League (MLB) that 10 consecutive wins came out. Tampa Bay wrote the record.
Tampa Bay won 1-0 in the home game against Boston held at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida on the 11th.
Tampa Bay, which started with the opening three games against Detroit and swept all three games against Washington and Oakland, won the first round of four games against Boston.
Tampa Bay’s 10-game winning streak is the first MLB record in 36 years since Milwaukee’s 13-game winning streak in 1987. There were two consecutive wins in the opening 13 games. Atlanta also achieved it in 1982. If Tampa Bay adds 4 consecutive wins, it will set the record for the most consecutive wins in history.
On this day, bullpen pitcher Jaylen Biggs started with the concept of an ‘opener’ and won the game with a ‘bullpen day’. Then, Josh Fleming threw 4 innings, and Garrett Clevinger, Colin Fauche, and Pete Fairbanks threw 1 inning each, allowing only 3 hits to Boston’s lineup and blocking the scoreless run. 토스카지노
Boston starter Nick Pivetta tied the Tampa Bay lineup by pitching well with 3 hits and 6 strikeouts in 5 innings. However, in the bottom of the 8th inning, after one out, Brandon Law hit a solo home run off Boston’s third pitcher, Chris Martin, and with this one shot, Tampa Bay achieved a double-digit winning streak.
Tampa Bay has never exceeded 3 hours of game time this season due to the good pitching of the mound. The average game time was 2 hours and 26 minutes, and the Boston match that day was the shortest of them, winning in 2 hours and 6 minutes. However, the record of winning by more than 4 points in 9 consecutive games after the opening ended.
Tampa Bay is 28th out of 30 clubs with a total annual salary of 73.18 million dollars (approximately 96.5 billion won) this season. It is about 20% of the No. 1 New York Mets ($355 million). Tampa Bay, which belongs to the Eastern Division of the American League along with “big market” clubs such as the New York Yankees (6-4) and Boston (5-5), started the season with an overwhelming lead, running undefeated.