’11 consecutive wins’ The Tampa Bay Rays challenge the 12-game winning streak with Taj Bradley (22), the team’s No. 1 prospect.
Tampa Bay will challenge the opening 12-game winning streak against the Boston Red Sox in the 2023 Major League Baseball, which will be held at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida, on the 13th (Korean time).
Tampa Bay is the only undefeated team in 2023.메이저놀이터Since the opening game (against the Detroit Tigers on the 31st of last month), he has recorded 11 consecutive wins and is showing the best early pace in the league.
In fact, Tampa Bay faced the biggest crisis after the opening. Zach Eflin (29), who was active with an average ERA of 3.27 with 2 wins in 11 innings in 2 games, was put on the disabled list (IL) on the 15th due to a back injury, leaving a gap in the starting lineup.
Tampa Bay coach Kevin Cash considered temporary selections for Jonah Chirinos (30), Josh Fleming (27), and Luis Patino (24), but decided to give Bradley a chance.
Manager Cash said in an interview with MLB.com, the official homepage of Major League Baseball, “When a young player is first called to the major leagues, everything can be awkward. But Bradley can excite many here. I hope you will support me with a hot blow like I did.”
Brandley is a top-notch prospect that Tampa Bay expects. He is the number one prospect on the team, and even in the major leagues as a whole, he is highly regarded for his potential as the 18th pick. His record is also impressive.
Appeared in 75 minor league games (72 starts), recording 23 wins, 16 losses, 317⅔ innings, an ERA of 2.66, 353 strikeouts, and a WHIP (on-base percentage per inning) of 1.08. Last season, he was selected as a minor league pitcher, a postseason all-star, and a top prospect, drawing an upward curve.
If Bradley fights hard and gives the team a win, Tampa Bay can gain more momentum in their winning streak.
Meanwhile, Tampa Bay challenges a new major league record. Attention is focusing on whether he can rewrite the record of 13 consecutive wins won by the Milwaukee Brewers in 1987 and the Atlanta Braves in 1982 by adding three wins.