Atlanta, ‘opening 13 consecutive wins’ beat Tampa Bay to No. 1 in power rankings

The Atlanta Braves beat the Tampa Bay Race, which ran for 13 consecutive wins in the opening, and rose to No. 1 in the power rankings. placed Atlanta at number one in the power rankings released on the 18th (Korean time).

Atlanta faced the Cincinnati Reds and Kansas City Royals last week and went 6-0 without losing once.

The media pointed out the reason for Atlanta’s promotion, saying, “Sean Murphy, Matt Olsen, and Ronald Acuna Jr. are recording OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of more than 1.000.”

Tampa Bay, who took first place in the power rankings last week with an opening winning streak, fell one notch to the second place.먹튀검증

Tampa Bay won the Boston Red Sox on the 14th and won 13 consecutive wins, setting the record for the most consecutive wins in the major leagues.

However, on the 15th, the first loss of the season to the Toronto Blue Jays stopped the winning streak, and the game was lost the next day.

Tampa Bay recorded 5 wins and 2 losses last week and recorded a season record of 14 wins and 2 losses.

Toronto, which had its first loss of the season and consecutive losses to Tampa Bay, jumped to third place in the power rankings. It is a ranking that has risen 4 places from the 7th place last week. pointed out that “Toronto is showing more stability than last season in defense.”

The New York Yankees ranked fourth, and the Houston Astros ranked fifth.

Ha-sung Kim’s team, the San Diego Padres, was ranked 10th, down 5 places from last week’s 5th. San Diego became the team with the biggest drop along with the St. Louis Cardinals (17th).

The Pittsburgh Pirates, played by Choi Ji-man and Bae Ji-hwan, moved up five places to 19th place.

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