StL Michaelas, who solidifies WC with 11 consecutive wins, allows 2 runs in 7 innings, MIL green onions.
The St. Louis Cardinals have raised their chances of advancing to the postseason to the fullest.
St. Louis won 10-2 in an away game against the Milwaukee Brewers at American Family Field on the 23rd (Korea Standard Time) thanks to starter Miles Mikolas’ good pitching and Tyler O’Neill’s first home run.
St. Louis, which has won 11 consecutive games since the Cincinnati Reds match on the 12th, marked 82 wins and 69 losses, solidifying the second place in the National League’s central district, virtually confirming the second place in the wild card. Coincidentally, the third place in the central district and wild card is Cincinnati, which has a 4.5-game gap with St. Louis.
It is the first time in 20 years that St. Louis has won 11 consecutive games since August 2001. St. Louis, who participated in the National League in 1892, has won more than 10 consecutive games 12 times in 130 years of team history. The team’s most consecutive wins in history are 14 consecutive wins marked in 1935, which is being challenged this time.
Mikolas won his second win of the season with four hits in seven innings and two runs. Michaelas, who returned on August 21 after three months of rehabilitation due to an arm injury in May, has since succeeded in adapting and is firmly in charge of the rotation. He won his first win of the season against the San Diego Padres on the 18th with three hits and no runs in five 이닝 innings. He has won consecutive games with two runs in 12 2이닝3 innings 토토추천
St. Louis took the lead by scoring six runs in the first and second innings. When Paul Goldschmidt got on base with a heavy hit after one out in the top of the first inning, O’Neill hit a two-run home run to the left-center to take the lead. In the second inning, Tony Edman’s sacrifice fly followed by three doubles by Goldschmidt, O’Neill and Nolan Arenado, widening the gap to 6-0.
St. Louis wedged the game with Goldschmidt’s two-run home run to the left in the top of the eighth inning with an 8-2 lead. Milwaukee, which has already confirmed its advance to the postseason, has recently lost four consecutive games, but the gap with St. Louis is 8.5 games, and the district championship is in the countdown.