Toronto Blue Jays, are you going to be the lowest in the world?
The Toronto Blue Jays may fall to the lowest place on Earth.
Toronto lost 5-6 to the Seattle Mariners at T-Mobile Park in Seattle, Washington on the 10th.
The defeat ended the Western expedition, which led to Oakland-Seattle, 1–6.
The season’s performance is 45-42. Meanwhile, the Baltimore Orioles, the lowest in the world, have won eight consecutive games, hitting 43-44, narrowing the gap to two games.
First of all, Toronto didn’t do well. Even though he led 4-1 until the top of the fifth inning, he failed to keep it.
In the bottom of the fifth inning, two points were not needed. With one out and full base, David Phelps induced a ground ball in front of the pitcher against Sam Haggerty and attempted a double play leading to the pitcher-catcher-1 baseman.
It was good to catch a third base runner at home. However, first baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr. made a mistake missing the throw and gave up a run at a time when the inning had to end.
In the end, Julio Rodriguez allowed an infield hit and gave up one more point.
In the top of the seventh inning, Bob Bissett hit a solo home run to take the lead 5-4, but the game was quickly reversed by allowing a two-run home run to Carlos Santana in the bottom of the eighth inning.
There are things Baltimore is good at. Baltimore swept four straight games against the Los Angeles Angels, winning eight straight games. It is the first sweep of four consecutive games since 2017 and the first time since 2005.