Los Angeles Angels equivalent ominous MLB record as they score 7 performance grand slams – – yet lose

At the point when it’s not turning out well for you, it’s truly not turning out well for you.
In what has been an extreme season for the Los Angeles Angels, Thursday night was another difficult trip.
From a positive point, the group hit seven performance grand slams, tied for the most in a game by any group all-time.
In any case, the Angels at last lost against the Oakland Athletics 8-7 in Anaheim, California, and in doing as such, tied a MLB record for the most grand slams scored in a loss.
They are only the 6th group ever to hit seven homers in a misfortune, and the first since the Minnesota Twins did it last year to the Detroit Tigers.
“I thought we swung it very great,” break administrator Phil Nevin said. “We had seven performances and two different hits. I’ve most certainly never seen that. I was contemplating that in the hole.
“Along these lines, we swung it great, and they say solo homers won’t beat you, however you feel like assuming that you hit seven you may, yet it didn’t turn out for us.”
Shohei Ohtani proceeded with his astounding season with two homers, his eleventh various homer game in the MLB and fifth this season.
Mickey Moniak, Jared Walsh, Kurt Suzuki, Taylor Ward and Jo Adell all additionally added their own grand slams, yet it wasn’t sufficient in the horrible exertion.
It was the initial time beginning around 1900 when a group scored seven performance grand slams yet no different runs. The seven grand slams tied an Angels record set in 2003.

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