San Diego’s 0 wins and 12 losses in overtime, MLB’s top 10 most shocking statistics in 2023… Kershaw pitched 126.1 innings, the most among Dodgers pitchers, and Ohtani’s minimum game appearance was 10 WAR


The San Diego Padres’ 0-12 overtime record was selected as one of the most shocking statistics in MLB this season.레모나토토 introduced the 10 most shocking statistics of 2023 on the 26th (local time).

According to this, San Diego’s loss in all 12 overtime games was mentioned as fifth among the top 10. asked, “Why has San Diego been so disappointing this season? There are several reasons, of course, but their record would look incredibly different if they had won a few overtime games. Instead, they were 0-12. That’s 1969.” “It is the same record as the Montreal Expos (0 wins, 12 losses) for the most overtime draws of all time,” he explained.

As pointed out, if San Diego had only half-struck in overtime, it would have ranked second in the wild card.

Clayton Kershaw (Los Angeles Dodgers) was expected to record the lowest innings pitched ever among pitchers on the winning team.

Currently, Kershaw has played 126.1 innings. This is fewer than the 153.1 innings pitched by Mike Fiers of the Houston Astros in 2017.

The Dodgers have had pitchers alternate on the injured list this season. claimed that Shohei Ohtani (Los Angeles Angels)’s bWAR of 10.0 in the fewest games played is also shocking.

Otani played only 135 games this season due to frequent injuries. This is the record for playing the fewest games and posting a WAR of 10.0 in AL/NL history, excluding full-time pitchers.

The previous lowest game record was 10.7 WAR in 136 games for the Red Sox in 2018, explained. also reports that Ohtani, who is likely to win the AL MVP, will miss the last 25 games of the season. If that happens, it will be the most games an MVP has missed at the end of a season. Ohtani’s teammate Mike Trout missed the final 19 games of his 2019 MVP season.

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