The historic 12-game losing streak of angels melted into Waka’s shutout show
The fall of the angels is endless.
He was humiliated by the record of the most consecutive losses in a single season. The Los Angeles Angels lost 0-1 in a home game against the Boston Red Sox at Angel Stadium on the 7th (Korea Standard Time), with the batters struggling with three hits.
He has played 12 games since the game against the Texas Rangers on the 26th of last month. Founded in 1961, the Angels’ most consecutive losses in a single season were 12 consecutive losses at the end of the 1988 season. In the opening game of the following year, 13 consecutive losses were the most consecutive losses in the club’s history.
The Angels, who competed with the Houston Astros in the American League West with 27 wins and 17 losses just before losing consecutive games, are now 27 wins and 29 losses, trailing the third-ranked Texas Rangers (25 wins and 28 losses) by 0.5 games.
Angels starter Noah Syndergaard pitched well with five hits and one run in six innings, but lost due to a weak team lineup. 4 wins and 4 losses in the season, with a 3.69 ERA.
On the other hand, Boston starter Michael Waka won his fourth win of the season with a shutout show with three hits and no runs in nine innings. Waka won his second shutout victory in five years following the New York Mets game on July 19, 2017.
Angels Mike Trout hit in his first at-bat in the first inning, ending 26 consecutive at-bats without a hit, but he couldn’t be happy. Shohei Otani also hit a single, but withdrew helplessly when needed.
The Angels missed a chance in the first inning and ended up being dragged away. After one out in the bottom of the first inning, Shohei’s right-handed hit and Trout’s left-handed hit created a first and second base opportunity. However, when Brandon Walsh was out with a straight hit to the first baseman, second baseman Otani failed to return home and doubled out, failing to get the chance 파워볼사이트
The Angels, who were tied up with four consecutive three-run innings until the fifth inning, had a chance again with Matt Duffy’s left-handed double after two outs in the bottom of the sixth inning, but failed to score again as Otani struck out on Waka’s 97-mile high fastball. The Angels also got on base with the lead Trout on a walk in the seventh inning, but the follow-up hit failed.
Boston scored the winning run in the top of the second inning. Trevor Story and Franck Cordero were out after leading Alex Verdugo’s left-handed hit, but first baseman Verdugo went around second and third base one after another and dug home to be safe when Christian Vazquez hit left-center