‘There is no one-two punch’ ATL, first comer with 60 wins ‘Movement to pierce the sky’

The momentum of the Atlanta Braves, the overall leader of the major leagues, is piercing the sky. He won 60 wins by successively defeating the second-place Tampa Bay Race.

Atlanta had an away game against Tampa Bay at Tropicana Field located in St. Petersburg, Florida, USA on the 9th (hereinafter Korean time).

On this day, Atlanta won 6-1 thanks to Spencer Strider’s 6 1/3 scoreless innings, 11 strikeouts, and Sean Murphy’s 17th home run.

As a result, Atlanta has recorded 60 wins, 28 losses and an odds rate of 0.682 so far. The gap with Tampa Bay, which placed second overall, is already five games. It is an amazing rise of 9 wins and 1 loss in the last 10 games.

Atlanta won the first game of three consecutive matches against Tampa Bay on the 8th, and even caught the game that day. As a result, the ride took off abruptly.

The number one contributor to such a result is, of course, the nuclear hitter. The team’s OPS is 0.833, leading the major leagues. The team’s home runs are a whopping 168, a difference of 19 from second place.안전놀이터

What is even more surprising is that they are achieving such results without a one-two punch. Max Fried and Kyle Wright left early in the season and have not been able to return.

Therefore, if Fried returns as planned within this month and Wright returns in August, Atlanta’s power can be seen to be stronger.

Now, Atlanta will play the third game of three consecutive matches against Tampa Bay on the 10th and the last game of the first half. The starting pitcher is Bryce Elder.

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