MLB's 120-year two-final matchup, Yankees wins 10 consecutive KO Warriors
The New York Yankees and the Atlanta Warriors played an extremely rare "9-game winning streak" on the 24th. It happened that the two teams were in a 9-game winning streak recently. Since there is no tie in the regular major league games, one team is bound to swallow the defeat. The official website of the Major League reported that the previous "9-game showdown" turned out to be 120 years ago. It was in September 1901. The pirates had a 10-game winning streak against the Phillies who had won 9-game winning streak. In the end, the pirates bitterly.
The Yankees handed this important task to starting pitcher Jordan Montgomery, and the Warriors were led by young pitcher Huascar Ynoa. Finally, the Yankees relied on the bravery of Giancarlo Stanton to win this century-old matchup 5-1!
The pitchers of both sides received a good shot in the second inning. Yankee Stanton fired one and the Warriors Dansby Swanson responded with one. The two teams entered the 6th inning 1-1. The Yankees made a touch of the ball and made it to second base. The Warriors opened a pitcher meeting, but they had already made two outs and decided not to change their shots. At this time it was Stanton’s turn. Inoah made a very flashy shot. Still, Stanton fished a low slip into the left field and made a strong flat hit. The ball rolled all the way to the wall and the Yankees ran one and two bases. All rushed back to score.
In 8 innings, the Warriors’ bullpen was in a mess and was fully occupied after two outs. This time it was Gary Sánchez’s strong grounding first run. The Yankees added another 2 insurance points, and closed smoothly in 9 innings. The triumph of 10 consecutive victories. This is the third time the Yankees have written a 10-game winning streak in the past 15 years.