Angels’ replacement: 13 consecutive losses despite rain
The coach’s replacement continued to lose consecutive games.
The Los Angeles Angels of Major League Baseball lost again.
The Angels lost 5-6 in a home game against the 2022 MLB Boston Red Sox at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California, on the 8th (Korea Standard Time).
There was no turnaround in the first game after replacing Joe Madden (68) and appointing Phil Nevin (51), the third-base coach, as acting coach.
The losing streak, which began at the end of May, has already increased to 13 games, and 27 wins and 17 losses have changed to 27 wins and 30 losses.
The second place in the American League West is also in danger. The Los Angeles Angels allowed the third-place Texas Rangers (26 wins and 29 losses) to chase by one ri (the Angels 0.474, Texas 0.473).
The 13th consecutive loss is the club’s most consecutive loss tie. If you narrow the scope to a single season, you will be in disgrace for the most consecutive losses. The Angels gave up their last 12 games in 1988 and their opening game in 1989.
To make matters worse, Mike Trout suffered a left groin injury. Trout, who hit the first two-run homer in the first inning, got on base with a double in the third inning, but was replaced by a pinch hitter after the out of follow-up hitter Jared Walsh.
“I felt a little bit of a twitch at bat, but I was a little sick after going to second base. I will check my condition tomorrow,” he said 토토사이트
The Angels, who started pleasantly with two runs in the bottom of the first inning, allowed a turnaround straight away with three runs in the top of the second inning. In the second, third, and fifth innings, the team reversed the game with one goal each, but the bullpen failed to keep the lead.
After finishing the regular innings 5-5, the Angels were hit by Christian Barquez with one out and runners on second base in the 10th inning of extra time.
On the other hand, in the bottom of the 10th inning, Walsh and Max Stacy struck out in an attack opportunity to second base with no outs. Even pinch hitter Kurt Suzuki was grounded out to shortstop, confirming the Angels’ defeat