A rookie with a mustache who appeared like a comet threw a 162km fastball and was a strong candidate for the 12K Rookie Award
Atlanta Braves’ Spencer Strider (24) showed another powerful pitch.
Strider started the game against the St. Louis Cardinals at Truist Park in Atlanta, Georgia on the 8th (Korea Standard Time) and pitched six innings with two hits, two walks, and 12 strikeouts without losing a point.
Strider, who was hit by Paul Goldschmidt with two outs in the first inning, was on the verge of two outs and runners on first and second base by walking Nolan Arenado, but he overcame the crisis by striking out Nolan Gorman. In the second inning, he struck out all three batters and finished neatly.
Striker struck out the first two batters in the third inning, but struck out Goldschmidt. In the fourth inning with two outs, he gave up a walk to Ras Nutba, but he did not lose a point by dealing with a straight hit to center field.
Strider, who recorded three-way withdrawal in both the fifth and sixth innings, came down the mound with 100 pitches. He did not become a winning pitcher because he did not receive support from the batters, but he took a step closer to the rookie award with overwhelming pitching 안전공원
According to Baseball Servant, an official statistics site for Major League Baseball, Strider recorded a maximum speed of 100.5 miles per hour (161.7 kilometers). The average four-seam speed was 98.1 miles (157.9 kilometers). Four-seam’s missed swing ratio was 39%, and the slider’s missed swing rate reached 60%.
Strider, who started the season in the bullpen, was recognized for his strong pitching and began to get a chance as a starter in June. Although his start was not fast, he is recording excellent results with four wins, two losses, and a 2.60 ERA in 19 games (65)) with overwhelming ball power. Recently, he has emerged as a strong candidate for the National League Rookie of the Year award, striking out at a tremendous pace