The Baltimore Orioles, who suffered 100 losses in the 2021 season just two years ago and ranked last overall, are looking to take the lead in overall winning percentage in the major leagues.
Baltimore played an away game against the LA Angels at Angel Stadium in LA, California, USA on the 7th (Korean time).
On this day, Baltimore won 10-3 based on starting pitcher Kyle Gibson’s quality start and the strength of the batting line, which scored 10 runs on 12 hits, including two home runs.
As a result, Baltimore recorded 88 wins, 51 losses, and a winning percentage of 0.633 on the season until today. Leading not only the American League East Division but also the entire league. It also ranks second in the major league.
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In addition, the gap with the major league leader Atlanta Braves, who have recently suffered three consecutive losses, has been reduced to 2.5 games. Atlanta has 90 wins, 48 losses, and a winning percentage of 0.652.먹튀검증
However, although Atlanta has virtually confirmed the division championship, the gap between Baltimore and the second-place Tampa Bay Rays is still only 3.5 games.
This is a factor that increases the concentration of Baltimore players. Accordingly, there is a good chance that Baltimore will surpass Atlanta and rise to first place in the major leagues.
Baltimore took the lead in the second inning on a timely hit by Ramon Urias, then added 4 runs in the fourth inning on timely hits by Austin Hayes and Aaron Hicks, effectively deciding the game. 5-0 lead.
Baltimore then trailed 5-2 after allowing two runs in the third inning, and added two more runs in the sixth inning on Anthony Santander’s timely hit and Hayes’ sacrifice fly.
In addition, Santander and Hayes each scored 2 and 1 in the 8th inning, with Baltimore leading 7-3, putting a wedge in the win. Baltimore wins 10-3.
Baltimore’s Gibson earned his 14th win of the season after recording a quality start, allowing 3 runs in 6 innings, while Patrick Sandoval of the LA Angels took the loss after allowing 7 runs (4 earned) in 5 innings.
The LA Angels, who lost by a large margin, suffered suicide when shortstop Luis Lenhipo made an error in the third inning when 0-1 became 0-5.