90 wins first come first served San Francisco team the most wins ever 104 wins pace
The San Francisco Giants, which had been below 50% winning rate since 2017, have come first with 90 wins. He is showing a 104-win pace in the season. It aims for the most wins in franchise history.
San Francisco held an away game against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado, on the 9th (Korea Standard Time).
San Francisco was dragged away by giving up three points first in the middle of the game, but came from behind to win 7-4 as the concentration of the hitting in the second half revived.
As a result, San Francisco has been on the rise again with six wins and one loss in the last four consecutive games and seven games. He ranked first overall with a winning rate of 0.643 with 90 wins and 50 losses in the season.
It maintains a one-and-a-half game difference from the LA Dodgers, ranked second in the National League West, and the Tampa Bay Rays, ranked first in the American League.
The winning rate of 0.643 is 104 wins in the season. This will be San Francisco’s most wins ever. San Francisco has won more than 100 games in a season just five times in more than 130 years of club history 파워볼사이트
Most recently, he won 100 games during the 2003 Barry Bonds, and the previous most wins were 103 wins in 1912, 1962, and 1993. In 1993, Bones was holding out, too.
If San Francisco maintains its current winning rate until the end of the season, it can win 104 games and set a new record for the most wins in franchise history.
However, it is very difficult to achieve the highest winning rate. In 1912, when the New York Giants won 103 games, they played 154 games in a season. As a result, the New York Giants’ winning rate at that time was 0.682.
San Francisco has been below 50% for the fourth consecutive season since it won a wild card with an 87-75 winning rate of 0.537 in 2016.
In addition, many predicted that it would be difficult to advance to the postseason before this season. However, San Francisco is currently ranked first in the Major League overall winning rate.