Ryu Hyun-jin

Too bad, no-hitter Ryu Hyun-jin allowed his first two-out hit in the sixth inning

Ryu Hyun-jin

Ryu Hyun-jin (34) of the Toronto Blue Jays pitched as a no-heater until the sixth inning with two outs, but collapsed like a lie. The poor defense overlapped and put him on the brink of defeat.

Ryu Hyun-jin started the 2021 Major League Baseball home game against the Baltimore Orioles at the Rogers Center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the 1st (Korea time), and gave up two walks until the 6th inning. However, after the no-heater broke, he allowed three runs in an instant, threatening to lose the game.

In the first inning, the ball was slightly shaken in the face of Baltimore, the last player in the Major League Baseball. After giving up two walks, he was in danger of first and third base with two outs due to a wild pitch, but struck out Ramon Urias with an outside cutter.

He lost strength by throwing 28 balls in the first inning, but found stability in the second inning. Ryu Hyun-jin, who struck out Ryan McKenna and passed the second inning with a three-way strikeout, succeeded in tripling with eight balls in the third inning. In the fourth inning, he reduced the number of pitches by cooking three batters with just five balls.

The 5th episode is also a three-way exit. This time, he struck out three batters in a row. Pedro Severino struck out Rooke with a cutter that filled his body and struck out Jorge Matteo with a high fastball. Ryu Hyun-jin struck out with a slow curve. He continued his no-heater march with 71 pitches until the fifth inning.

Ryu Hyun-jin, who started the sixth inning by catching the lead Zamai Jones as a center fielder, handled the pop fly that missed Mullins after a seven-ball match. 15 consecutive hits.

But two outs later, Ryan Mountcastle hit a double to the right, breaking the no-heater. The moment the 85th ball of the game was connected with the first hit. The cutter came high in the middle and led to a long hit. He allowed Austin Hayes to tie the game 1-1 with a heavy timely hit in the second base with two outs.

Although the ball was hit well at 107 miles (173 kilometers), it was not that bad. Second baseman Marcus Semien was a short one-bound hit heading straight, but he was cold-hearted enough to get out of the glove. Semien knelt down on his left knee and took a pose, but the reaction was slow. The record was a hit, not a mistake, and Ryu Hyun-jin’s earned run.

Ryu Hyun-jin allowed Ramon Urias to double RBI in the first and second bases of two outs, giving up a walk to Anthony Santander. Ryu Hyun-jin, who gave up three runs in an instant and turned the game around, eventually went down the mound with the requirement of losing the game. The inning, which would have ended without losing a point, had it not been for Semien’s poor defense, spread to three runs 안전놀이터

Ryu Hyun-jin did not lose any additional points as reliever Adam Simber struck out Severino. He allowed three hits in five innings, three walks, six strikeouts and three runs. Ryu Hyun-jin, who went down with the requirement of losing the game with the score of 1-3, failed to challenge for 13 wins in two consecutive games. The ERA rose from 3.88 to 3.92.

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