Tampa Bay Rays and Randy Arozarena tie for best start in MLB, but go for another record

The start of the Tampa Bay Rays has been encouraging for his fans and this Thursday, April 13, they made history after beating the Boston Red Sox 9-3 to reach 13 victories and equal the record of the 1982 Atlanta Braves and the 1987 Milwaukee Brewers.

One of the figures in the Tampa Bay team is the Mexican national team in the past World Classic, Randy Arozarenawho started the season on fire with 15 hits and 3 home runs to be among the leaders of the Major Leagues.

Now, they want to keep winning and reach a record that dates back to 1884 and belongs to the St. Louis Maroonswho in the Union Association, today Major League Baseball, achieved 20 consecutive victories at the start of the season.

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Next opponents of the Rays

The Rays built this record after demolishing the Detroit Tigers (3 games), Washington Nationals (3 games), Oakland Athletics (3 games) and Boston Red Sox (4 games).

The road is still long in the season and a curious fact is that all the teams that the team led by Kevin Cash has faced have a losing record. On Friday they will have a litmus test in Toronto against Vladimir Guerrero’s Blue Jays.

The next games that the Rays will have will be:

-Toronto Blue Jays (3 games)

-Cincinnati Reds (3 games)

-Chicago White Sox (3 games)

To achieve the Maroons record they need to sweep the series against the Blue Jays and Reds and win the first against the White Sox. Can they continue to make history?

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