At this rate, he’ll likely finish his career in the majors.
The Korean Monster, Ryu Hyun-jin, has continued to pitch well since returning from injury.
Starting against the Cleveland Cavaliers at Rogers Centre in Canada on Sunday (July 27), Hyun-jin Ryu pitched five innings and allowed three runs (two earned) to earn his third win of the season. He pitched fairly economically with 70 pitches, but had to leave the game with the bases loaded in the sixth inning due to a fielding error.
His final line was five innings, four hits (two home runs), five strikeouts, and three runs (two earned), raising his season ERA from 1.89 to 2.25. His performance against Cleveland followed a four-inning no-hitter and a two-run fifth inning, keeping his ERA under 2.00.
According to MLB.com, Ryu’s fastball average velocity is down to 88.8 mph, but his sharp location and changeup are perfect for throwing hitters off their timing.카지노사이트
Cleveland’s rookie left-hander Logan Allen, who started against Ryu, was pulled after giving up five runs on six hits in four innings. Logan also took the loss against Toronto on April 10, giving up four hits, one run, and striking out three in five innings.