With the games this Sunday, August 15, two teams completed a terrible streak. Baltimore Orioles and Chicago Cubs are 11 matches without a single win at the MLB season.
The last loss for the Orioles was against Red Sox, in Boston, in a 6-2 defeat. Hays and Severino scored the runs for Baltimore, and Bogaerts, Devers, Martinez, Schwarber, Verdugo and Vásquez scored for the Red Sox.
In those 11 games, the Orioles lost for three teams: Detroit Tigers, Boston Red Sox, Tampa Bay Rays, and New York Yankees. Baltimore had just 34 runs scored in this period, resulting in 3 per game and 104 against (9,4 per game). The more terrible loss was duo to Red Sox, in a 16-2 loss.
This average is even worse than the rest of the results in the regular season. The last win was 13 days ago, on August 2, against the Yankees, in a 7-1 win. Baltimore has 38 wins and 78 losses, 473 runs scored, and 674 against.
This number is the worst of runs against in the whole league. After 116 matches, the Orioles are in the last place at the East American League, deep far from the fourth-placed Toronto Blue Jays, with 62 wins and 54 losses.
The situation in the season is a little better for Chicago, but the losing streak is also terrible. In fourth place from the Central National League, they have 52 wins and 68 losses, 498 runs scored, and 584 against.
This Sunday, the loss was against the Marlins (4-1) in Miami. Chisholm, Aguilar, and Alfaro made their runs, while Schwindel made the only one for Chicago.
The last victory was on August 4, against Colorado Rockies, in a 3-2 win. Since that day, the Cubs lost for Colorado, Chicago White Sox, Milwaukee Brewers, and Miami Marlins. Those losses include the worst of them, 17-4 against the Brewers. Chicago had 38 runs scored and 87 against in the eleven games.