He lost again. Shocking 14 times in a row Ohtani’s one-hit team is humiliated by losing the most consecutive games in history
The Los Angeles Angels failed to break the long losing streak again.
The Angels lost 0-1 at home against the Boston Red Sox in the 2022 Major League Baseball at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California, on the 9th (Korea Standard Time).
Reid Detmus, who started, pitched 4 innings without losing a point and the bullpen blocked the remaining innings with one run. However, the batting line did not explode.
Shohei Otani was 1-for-4 and failed to stop the team from losing.
Otani, who started as the first designated hitter, struck out swinging in his first at-bat in the first inning. In his second at-bat in the third inning, Ohtani, who was the leadoff hitter, only grounded out to third baseman.
He hit a right-center hit in his third at-bat since one out in the fifth inning when the team faced 0-0 tightly, but he did not score as a follow-up hit did not break out.
In the seventh inning, Ohtani struck out and fell into the team’s worst losing streak.
The Angels played 0-0 until the fifth inning. In the sixth inning, the balance was broken when the third pitcher Jimmy Huggett gave up a walk to Verdugo after two outs and allowed a timely double to Dalbeck.
Still, he continued his tight game without losing any additional points. In the end, however, the Angels remained silent. In the last attack in the ninth inning, the game ended when Lagares, the first batter, stepped down with a fly ball to center field and Marsh also stepped down with a fly ball to center field, and Mayfield struck out with a swing 파워볼사이트
The Angels’ losing streak increased to “14” after losing 2-7 to the Texas Rangers on the 26th of last month. The Angels, who lost 5-6 the previous day and recorded 13 consecutive losses in the team’s history, lost 14 consecutive losses, leaving the team with the most consecutive losses in history