The MLB Dodgers have won 107 games in 138 years the most wins of the season
The Los Angeles Dodgers of the U.S. Major League Baseball (MLB) set a new record for the most wins in the season in 138 years since its foundation.
The Dodgers beat the San Diego Padres 1-0 at Petco Park in San Diego, California, on the 29th (Korea Standard Time).
As a result, the Dodgers recorded 107 wins (48 losses) in 155 games of the season, breaking the club’s record of 106 wins in 2019 and 2021.
The more wins are added in the remaining seven games, the more the Dodgers’ record for the most wins.
The Dodgers, which was founded in 1884 and has played 139 seasons this year, have won more than 100 games in 10 seasons, including this year. In particular, he has achieved more than 100 wins four times since 2017, establishing himself as the most prestigious MLB club
The Dodgers, who have already won the National League West title, also confirmed the league’s highest winning rate, received the first seed in the postseason and went straight to the division series (three wins out of five).
San Diego is expected to play in the wild card series (two wins out of three) as the second-ranked player in the western division after the Dodgers and the second-ranked player in the league.
The Dodgers, who knelt down against San Diego in the 10th inning of extra time the previous day, avenged the same day and won the game.
Freddie Freeman’s timely hit in front of the center fielder in the top of the 10th inning with one out and a runner on the third base, which continued the march of zero.
The game ended as Kim Ha-sung (27, San Diego), who entered the third base with two outs in the bottom of the 10th inning of extra time, stepped down with a ground ball in front of the pitcher.
Kim Ha-sung played as the first batter shortstop and picked up a walk from Dodgers left-handed ace Julio Urias in the first at-bat in the first inning and went to second base when Manny Machado hit, but failed to reach home due to a follow-up hit 안전놀이터
Kim Ha-sung, who struck out in the third inning, then hit three ground balls. The season’s batting average fell to 0.248 after two consecutive games of silence with no hits in four at-bats