MLB Twitter reacts to the Orioles mercilessly ending their losing streak

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The Baltimore Orioles ended their 19-game losing streak against the likely American League MVP, if you can believe it.

For the first time since early August, the Baltimore Orioles have won a baseball game.

They faced a 6-2 deficit, and the best player in the American League, but it did not deter them.

The longest losing streak in MLB history belongs to the 1961 Philadelphia Phillies, who lost 23 consecutive games. The longest in American League history actually belongs to the ’88 Orioles, who lost 21 straight to start the season.

As bad as the O’s are right now, they deserve to win a game every now and then. Mercilessly, their 19-game losing streak is over.

Orioles magic: Baltimore earns a victory

Baseball fans everywhere congratulated the O’s for beating the Angels on Wednesday night, 10-6.

Baltimore lost to LA 14-8 on Tuesday and it looked like they would suffer a similar fate in the second game of the series when home runs from Jared Walsh and Brandon Marsh put LA up 6-2.

Instead, a DJ Stewart home run in the bottom of the fourth sparked a comeback. The Orioles eight unanswered runs, including two bases-loaded walks in the eighth inning to send runners home.

The rally kept Baltimore from inching that much closer to an unwanted place in the record books. Good for them.

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