The baseball score is 25 to 1… The first record in MLB in 100 years

The Los Angeles Angels of the Major League Baseball (MLB) rewrote the record for the most hits and the most runs in a game in club history.

In the game against the Colorado Rockies held at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado, USA on the 25th (Korean time), the Angels won 25-1 after hitting 28 hits (5 home runs). Both hits and runs are the club’s all-time highs. It was the first time in 100 years since the Cleveland Indians (now the Guardians) defeated the Boston Red Sox 27-3 on July 7, 1923, that a team won by 24 points in the MLB.

Hunter Lepro and Mickey Moniak both performed very well with 5 hits and 4 RBIs, and David Fletcher scored 5 RBIs with 4 hits. Mike Trout, Brandon Drury and Matt Theis also added three hits each. Shohei Ohtani, who started as the designated hitter, had one hit and one RBI.

Colorado’s home stadium, Coors Field, is known as the “graveyard of pitchers.” This is because the altitude above sea level (about 1.6 km) is high and the air is dry, which increases the flight distance of the batted ball.

The Angels scored 13 runs in an inning for the first time in 26 years on offense in the top of the 3rd inning. With a 2-0 lead, Trout, who started as the lead batter, kicked up Colorado starter Chase Anderson’s second fastball and crossed the wall in the middle. Drury then pulled Anderson’s first cut fastball and sent it over the left wall. The next batter, Tais, attacked Anderson’s first pitch curve again before the heat cooled down. The ball crossed the right fence and led to a ‘three consecutive (back-to-back-to-back) home run’.

Anderson, who allowed three homers in a row with three balls, gave up a straight walk to the next hitter, Renfro, and was shaken. The Angels did not miss the gap and scored one more point with Moniak’s timely hit. After two outs, Taylor Ward and Ohtani pulled Anderson off the mound with consecutive timely hits again.바카라사이트

The Angels’ bat did not seem to cool down even after the pitcher changed. Trout’s walk, Drury’s two RBIs, Tyice’s walk, Renfro’s two RBIs and a double, Escobar’s timely hit, and Moniac’s two-run homer led the team to 15-0. In the third inning alone, 16 batters came to bat and scored 13 runs with 10 hits (4 home runs) and 3 walks. The Angels scored 8 more runs in the 4th inning, including Fletcher’s 3-run homer and Renfro and Moniak’s doubles. After that, he added 1 point each in the 6th and 8th innings, completing a record in 100 years.

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