From Re: "on a tear"
Here in the States it seems to have been adopted by sports br[oa]dcasters to provide a more colorful alternative to "on a roll", i. e., in the midst of a run of luck or good play.
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Could you tell me what "go on a tear" means in following sentense.
1. I thought they would go on a consistent tear, and it hasn't happened yet.
2. Consider his notoriously streaky past, he could be ready to go on a tear that has often made him useful in any Fantasy league at the thin catcher position.
Thank you in advance for your help!.
I see. Now it's clear.
Thank you so much !!!