After 28 years, Yankees’ winning percentage collapses by 5; 40,743 ATL fans witness ‘fall of an empire’

 The New York Yankees, who are falling out of control, have lost 50% of their win rate in 28 years.

The Yankees lost 0-2 in an away game against the Atlanta Braves held at True Park, Atlanta, Georgia, USA on the 17th (hereafter Korean time).

The Yankees, who fell into the swamp 메이저놀이터 of 5 consecutive losses after being swept in 3 consecutive away matches against Atlanta this time, marked 60-61 with an odds ratio of 0.496. It is the first time in 28 years since September 6, 1995, that the Yankees’ winning rate has fallen below 50% based on the point of playing more than 120 regular season games.

The Yankees, the lowest in the AL East Division, are 3.5 games behind the fourth-place Boston Red Sox and 7 games behind the wild card third-place Toronto Blue Jays. It should be considered that advancing to the postseason is virtually impossible. After 7 years since 2016, the Yankees’ fall baseball is in crisis.

The last time the Yankees recorded a losing season was in 1992 (76 wins and 86 losses), and 1990 was the most recent case when they fell to the bottom of the division. So, it’s like having the worst season in 30 years.

On this day, the Yankees batting line also failed to score. The Yankees, who only had one hit in the game against Atlanta the previous day, struggled with four hits this day as well. 18 consecutive scoreless innings.

On this day, 40,743 Atlanta fans packed into True East Park to witness Atlanta destroying the Yankees empire for three days in a row. It broke the record of 42 games in 2017 with True Spark’s 43rd full season case.

Yankees manager Aaron Boone emphasized before the game, “All of our hitters are sluggish, but they are always ready and wanting. But obviously we haven’t given up yet.”

Atlanta starter Charlie Morton gave up four hits and a walk over six innings, striking out 10 while holding a scoreless run. His 26th career double-digit strikeout game. Season 12-10, ERA 3.54, 146 strikeouts. Then, relief teams such as Pierce Johnson, Kirby Yates, and Lysell Iglesias blocked the remaining three innings with no hits and no runs. Iglesias had 23 saves on the season.

Yankees starter Randy Barques took the loss with two hits and two runs in 3⅓ innings.

At the bottom of the second inning, Atlanta led off the lead Marcel Osuna hit a double from the right, and then Eddie Rosario hit a two-run homer in the middle of the month to score the winning run. Rosario hit a sinker in the middle of Vazquez’s 95th mile and went over the middle fence. Season 18 home run.

The Yankees had a chance to score in the top of the 4th inning, but no follow-up hit came out. After one death, Aaron Judge’s right-handed hit and Giancarlo Stanton’s walk resulted in 1 out and 1st and 2nd base, but Isaiah Cainer-Faleppa and Billy McKinney struck out on consecutive swings.

Atlanta’s Matt Olsen, who topped both leagues in home runs, was hitless in three at-bats, and the cannon was silent for three days in a row after blowing his 43rd of the season against the New York Mets on the 14th. On that day, Shohei Ohtani of the Los Angeles Angels fired his 42nd shot of the season against the Texas Rangers, narrowing the gap to one.

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