If you’re going to play Toronto because you didn’t play one inning let him go
If there was no trust, it should not have been used in the first place.
Ryu Hyun-jin started the home game against the Chicago White Sox at Rogers Center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the 2nd (Korea Standard Time), recording four hits, two home runs, four strikeouts, and three runs (two earned runs). The number of pitches was 58 and strikes was 38. The season’s ERA was 5.33.
It will be revealed in an interview after the game, but it was a questionable replacement. It doesn’t look like an injury. Pitcher coach Pete Walker was also seen soothing Ryu Hyun-jin in the dugout on the broadcast screen
In any case, it would have been a difficult decision for Ryu Hyun-jin. The unstable appearance in the fourth inning eventually affected the replacement. Ryu allowed three long balls in the fourth inning alone and gave up a two-run homer to Jose Abreuil.
However, he was showing a stable appearance until then. The number of pitches was not more than 60, and it was worth leaving up to the fifth inning. But the Toronto bench made a different choice.
On the same day, Ryu Hyun-jin used 24 four-seam fastballs, 17 changeups, one cutter and 16 curves. Cutter hasn’t pulled out since allowing a home run to first batter A.J. Pollack. He allowed 12 pitches, of which 5 were strong pitches and 3 were barrels.
The fastball speed was a little worrisome. It recorded 87.6 miles, two miles below the season average (89.6 miles). Some balls fell to 85.2 miles. However, the damage was minimal compared to the arrest. The average batting speed was 87.4 miles, which did not allow many strong hits. The ball was well controlled, and when necessary, he was arrested. He also recorded 89 miles in the fourth inning.
The fact that he prevented a large number of runs even though there was no arrest was largely due to the slower speed of the change-up. The average change-up speed also recorded 77.8 miles, 2.2 miles slower than the season’s average. The change-up went well except for the home run hit by Abreu. He induced four swings and three hits.
The curve also played a role well. He aimed for the strike zone and failed to induce a swing, but he also played a role in deceiving the batter by harmonizing with the fastball.
It was a good start, except for a drop in the ball speed. Nevertheless, the Toronto bench chose an early steel plate. It is not known whether it is the choice of the bench or the instruction of the front desk. It is the latest major league in which the boundaries have become blurred.
In the end, it was a place to check what level of trust the team had in him at a time when his physical condition was not intact, such as feeling abnormalities in his elbow in the last game 파워볼사이트
If the level of trust is this high, why is Ryu Hyun-jin in the rotation? If you have that level of confidence in a four-year, $80 million player, I recommend sending him to a team that will have more opportunities in the upcoming summer transfer window