The myth of KBO reverse export, the scapegoat for the first record in 25 years… Same Player & Consecutive Inning Back-to-Back Home Run Dedicated

 It was a record that would be difficult to come out even in the long history of the major leagues. However, it was a record that came out after only 25 years (?). The pitcher of the ‘reverse export myth’ from the KBO League became the victim of the record.

The Milwaukee Brewers won a 9-0 victory over the New York Mets in the ‘2023 Major League Baseball’ held at American Family Field in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA on the 5th (hereinafter Korean time). 

Milwaukee won a sweeping victory by beating Max Scherzer, the ace of the New York Mets, that day. At the end of the first inning, Brian Anderson’s 2 RBI double with 2nd, 2nd and 3rd bases took the lead. 

Since then, the gap has been maintained until the middle and late stages of the game. And in the 6th, Milwaukee completely destroyed Scherzer. After one out in the bottom of the sixth inning, Rowdy Telles, Brian Anderson, and Garrett Mitchell all hit home runs in three consecutive batters, destroying Scherzer. The gap widened to 5-0.

The situation of the standby record came out in the 7th episode. Milwaukee pushed the Mets in the bottom of the 7th as well. Brooks Reilly, who came from Lotte in the KBO League and was classified as the key pitcher of the Mets, was on the Mets mound.

Against Milwaukee, Christian Yelich’s right-handed hit and Willie Adames’ infield hit gave them a chance to get 2 out and 1st and 2nd base. And Anderson, who hit a home run earlier, hit a three-run home run in mid-month. It was Anderson’s consecutive home run. 

And Mitchell, who appeared later, produced the same results as Anderson. Mitchell also fired a solo gun that went over the right fence. It was a record for the same player to hit back-to-back home runs in consecutive innings. Rayleigh was the scapegoat on the mound.

First of all, the ‘back-to-back-to-back’ home run that came out in the 6th inning was a long-awaited record in the club’s history.안전놀이터 It has been five years since Jesus Aguilar, Travis Shaw and Eric Thames in a game against the San Diego Padres on August 9, 2018.

And the back-to-back home run by the same player in consecutive innings was a record for the first time in 25 years. According to Elias Sports, an American sports statistics company, “Anderson and Mitchell’s back-to-back home run in consecutive innings was achieved on June 14, 1998, by Harvey Lopez and Andrew Jones (2nd and 3rd) of the Atlanta Braves against the Montreal Expos.” It’s the first time since then,’ he explained. 

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