With all the pitches, the swing results are minimal hits.
Ryu Hyun-jin of the Toronto Blue Jays pitched well against the No. 1 team in the same district. Both the content and the result were good.
Ryu Hyun-jin started the away game against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts on the 30th (Korea time), recording two hits and five strikeouts in six innings. 87 pitches. His ERA was lowered to 3.26.
This is the 10th quality start of the season and the 4th no-run pitch. Two hits are minimum for the season. Five days ago, he completely shook off the disappointment of the Mets expedition.
According to “Baseball Servant,” Ryu threw 33 four-seam fastballs, 24 cutters, 17 changeups, and 13 curves. He shook Boston batters with a wide range of restraints ranging from 92 miles of fastball to 70 miles of curves.
Especially, inducing a false swing was good. Boston batters made a total of 43 swings, or 26 percent, of which 11 were false swings. There was a false swing in all kinds of pitches. In particular, all four swings on the curve were false swings.
He allowed a total of 17 hits, with an average firing speed of 83.8 miles, and a direct hit to Green Monster allowed to former teammate Cique Hernandez in the first inning was the strongest at 105.9 miles. Including this, he allowed five strong hits over 95 miles, but none of them were hit.
Fastball went into the 88-92-92 mile range. The average speed of 90 miles was fine. The average batting speed was 87.1 miles. This means that he overwhelmed his opponent with fastballs. The cutter was good, too. From 88.2 miles maximum to 84.5 miles maximum, he was arrested. He played his part by inducing five bumballs and three false swings.
Among them, it was the change-up that was more pleasant. He has returned to his season average (79.4) with an average 79.8 miles). He could only lead two swings, but all six batters were hit by a bum. Five of them were ground balls.
Ryu Hyun-jin recently raised the angle of his arm in the process of modifying the change-up, raising the speed of his change-up to the mid-80-mile range. It was different from before, but it worked in its own way. The changeup, however, remained powerful and was even sharper as he regained his former arrest.
On the same day, Ryu Hyun-jin continued to maintain his team’s lead despite the prolonged team attack in the rainy weather and the increasing break time. Achieving the fourth double-digit multiplier in one’s career is a reward.