The Baltimore Orioles, who are running first in the American League in Major League Baseball, avoided a 76-series sweep. It is the fourth longest record in history.먹튀검증

Baltimore won 5-4 in a confrontation with the 2023 Major League Houston Astros held at Oriole Park in Baltimore, Maryland, USA on the 11th (Korean time).

Baltimore lost the first two games of its three-game series against Houston, 6-7 and 2-8, respectively. However, in the face of a sweep loss crisis, he won and set a record of 76 consecutive series without a sweep loss.

Baltimore succeeded in suppressing the baseline in the bottom of the first inning. Leading batter Adley Luchman hit a home run. Hunter Brown’s 82.6 mile (approximately 132 km/h) knuckle curve and crossed the left-middle fence.

However, Houston immediately counterattacked. In the top of the second inning, lead batter Yainer Diaz hit Dean Kramer’s 85.3 mph (approximately 137 km/h) cutter and scored a one-run home run. Diaz’s home run leveled the score at 1-1.

Baltimore went ahead again in the bottom of the third. After Ramon Urias hit a triple, James McCann hit home with a timely RBI. McCann, who came out as the lead batter at the bottom of the 6th inning, scored a double, and Luchman widened the score with an RBI and a timely hit.

Houston started the chase with Jose Altuve’s one-run homer in the top of the seventh. However, Baltimore struck back with Ryan Mountcastle’s two-run home run in the bottom of the 7th inning. He hit Brown’s 89.1 mile (approximately 143 km/h) slider and crossed the fence.

Houston pursued the game to 4-5 with a timely hit by Mauricio Dubon in the top of the 8th inning and a timely hit by Diaz in the top of the 9th, but Baltimore did not allow a turnaround and escaped from a 2-game losing streak.

Major League Baseball’s official website, ‘’, said, “Baltimore has not been swept by the Detroit Tigers from May 13th to 15th (local time) last season, and has not been swept by an opponent in 76 consecutive series.” It is the second longest record.”

According to ‘’, the St. Louis Cardinals’ 125 consecutive sweeps from 1942 to 1944 are the longest streak without a loss. Following the 106 series (1903-1905) of the New York Giants (now San Francisco Giants) and the 83 series (1922-1924) of the New York Yankees, the current Orioles set the fourth record.

“We are a team with good players,” said Cremer, the winning pitcher of the game, after the game. “It doesn’t matter whether we lost the first game or the second game. Every day is a new day. Circumstances can change,” he said.

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