The Arizona Diamondbacks fall to San Francisco and are the worst visitor in the history of the majors

Sin importing rivals and venues The Arizona Diamondbacks became the worst visitor in Major League history on Thursday after falling to the San Francisco Giants.

Thursday’s loss was the 23rd in a row on the road for the D-Backs, breaking the mark of the 1963 Mets and 1943 Philadelphia Athletics. who had fallen 22 times on tour.

Arizona’s last road win was in Atlanta on April 25 when the D-backs swept a doubleheader against the Braves. and since then they have been defeated by the Marlins in Miami (3 games), the Mets in New York (3 games), the Dodgers in Los Angeles (4 games), the Rockies in Colorado (3 games), the Brewers in Milwaukee (4 games), the Athletics in Oakland (2 games) and the Giants in San Francisco (4 games).

Now the D-Backs are coming home and will have a chance to break this negative mark on June 25 against the Padres in San Diego, although it will not be a simple customs.

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