Josh Hader’s record-breaking streak of scoreless appearances ends at 40 when the Phillies rally against Brewers 9th

Brewers Closer Josh HaderTuesday night saw the end of a bid by's to hold the record for longest streak of consecutive scoreless games in major league baseball. His run came to an abrupt halt at 40 innings Alec Bohm Matt Vierling's As the ninth inning approaches, he hits a home run. Philadelphia Phillies For their fifth straight victory, they defeated the Brewers 3-2.

Milwaukee led 2-1 at the ninth. The game was handed to the All-Star closer. Hader (0-1), who had not lost a save or allowed a run in his 19 previous appearances this season, took the win. Bohm slugged Hader (0-1), who has a streak of 40 consecutive scoreless appearances going back to last season. Houston Astros Relief Ryan Pressly For the longest streak of such consistency in MLB history.

Two batters later pinch-hitter Vierling took Hader deep once more to put the Phillies on top.

It was Hader's first blown save since July 7th, 2021, snapping the MLB's longest active streak at 32 consecutive converted saves, according to ESPN Stats & Information.

Connor Brogdon (1-0). He pitched a scoreless 8th. Corey Knebel With his 10th save after 13 attempts, he won the game. Knebel walked three batters, but struck out. Pablo Reyes It was time to stop it. Since Joe Girardi was fired on Friday, the Phillies have gone 4-0.

On Monday, the Brewers had their first day off since May 19 and have now lost four consecutive games.

This report was compiled by the Associated Press.

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