Major League Baseball (MLB) has seen a new record set this season, as the Los Angeles Dodgers have become the first team in history to win 50 games in a row. The Dodgers have been on an incredible run of form, winning 50 consecutive games from May 16th to July 15th.
The streak began with a 4-3 win over the San Francisco Giants, and the Dodgers went on to win every game they played until the streak was finally broken by the Colorado Rockies on July 15th. During the streak, the Dodgers won a total of 54 games, with four of those wins coming in extra innings.
The streak was the longest in MLB history, surpassing the previous record of 47 games set by the 1916 New York Giants. It was also the longest winning streak in any of the four major North American professional sports leagues.
The Dodgers’ streak was remarkable for a number of reasons. They won games against some of the best teams in the league, including the Chicago Cubs, the Washington Nationals, and the San Diego Padres. They also won games in a variety of ways, from blowouts to close games, and from come-from-behind victories to shutouts.
The streak was also remarkable for the way it was achieved. The Dodgers had a number of key players who stepped up during the streak, including Cody Bellinger, Max Muncy, and Walker Buehler. They also had a number of key contributions from their bullpen, which was instrumental in keeping the streak alive.
The Dodgers’ streak is a testament to the team’s talent and resilience. It is a remarkable achievement that will likely stand the test of time. It is a reminder of the power of teamwork and the importance of never giving up.