The Seattle Mariners, who had a win rate of less than 50% in early July, finally rose to the sole lead in the American League West.메이저놀이터
Seattle had a home game against the Kansas City Royals on the 28th (Korean time) at T-Mobile Park in Seattle, Washington, USA.
On this day, Seattle’s ace Luis Castillo, the starting pitcher, pitched a perfect one-hit, scoreless pitch, and Julio Rodriguez-Teoscar Hernandez hit a home run.
In the end, Seattle won 3-2 with perfect pitching. As a result, Seattle, which has 3 consecutive wins and 9 wins and 1 loss in the last 10 games, has recorded a win rate of 0.569 with 74 wins and 56 losses so far.
As a result, he lost the match and pushed out the Texas Rangers (73-57, 0.562 win rate), who recorded 1-9 in the last 10 games, and became the sole leader of the American League West division.
Of course, the gap between 2nd place Texas and 3rd place Houston Astros (74-58 win rate 0.561) is only one game. But it’s a certainty that Seattle’s current momentum is the best.
Seattle had a win rate below 50% in early July, and ended the first half of the second half with a 45-44 record. In other words, the win-loss margin was +1 in the second half, but now it is +18.
However, after winning 8 games in a row at the beginning of this month, Seattle has recently been on an 8-game winning streak again, rapidly chasing Texas and Houston in the district’s leading group.
Since then, Seattle has swept all three home games against Kansas City, surpassing Texas, which has recently been sluggish.
Now Seattle will have a three-game home game against the Oakland Athletics from the 29th to the 31st. Against the weakest Auckland, we will go for the lead.
Seattle’s last district championship dates back to 2001, when Ichiro Suzuki swept Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Player (MVP).
Also, Seattle has never advanced to the World Series since its founding in 1997. Attention is focusing on whether this Seattle will create a miracle.