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‘7 consecutive losses’ Bae Ji-hwan’s Pittsburgh, 13th in MLB Power Ranking’… 6 steps down’

The Pittsburgh Pirates’ Major League Baseball (MLB) Power Ranking fell sharply after losing 7 consecutive games.

On the 8th (Korean time),, the official MLB homepage, calculated and announced the power rankings of 30 MLB teams based on last week’s results.

Pittsburgh, which ranked seventh in the power rankings last week, fell six places to 13th. Pittsburgh, which won four straight games from April 27 to 30, is struggling against American League East teams in May.

After the Washington Nationals match (2-7 loss) on the 1st, they gave up all three consecutive matches with the Tampa Bay Rays, and fell into a 7-game losing streak after being swept in the subsequent three-game match against the Toronto Blue Jays.

Bae Ji-hwan, who is playing for Pittsburgh, also seems to have slowed down recently. He appeared as a pinch hitter against Toronto on the 8th and failed to produce hits in 3 consecutive games as he went 0-hit in 2 at-bats. He also dropped his season batting average to 0.239.

Thanks to their winning streak at the beginning of the season, they are holding the lead in the National League Central Division, but while they were on a losing streak, they were chased by the second-place Milwaukee Brewers by half a game. Pittsburgh will play three home games against the Colorado Rockies starting on the 9th.

As in last week, Tampa Bay took first place in the power rankings. 메이저사이트

Tampa Bay, which leads the MLB with 28 wins and 7 losses and a win rate of 80%, swept 3 matches against Pittsburgh last week and 2 wins and 1 loss in 3 matches against the New York Yankees, finishing 6 matches with 5 wins and 1 loss.

The Boston Red Sox made the biggest jump from 20th to 6th this week. Boston lost to the Philadelphia Phillies on the 8th, but until then, it had drawn an upward curve with seven consecutive wins.

The San Diego Padres, to which Kim Ha-seong belongs, rose from 14th to 11th last week, and Ryu Hyun-jin’s team, Toronto, fell one notch from 3rd to 4th last week.

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