Its Ryu Hyun-jin, Met the Requirement for 4 Wins

Ryu Hyun-jin Loses 4 Wins of the Season due to Lack of Relief Pitchers… 2 runs allowed in 5 innings

Replaced in the 6th inning with a 4-2 lead… Relief pitcher allows come-from-behind 3-run home run

Ryu Hyun-jin

Ryu Hyun-jin (36, Toronto Blue Jays) met the requirement for 4 wins in the season at Coors Field, the ‘pitcher’s graveyard’, but a relief pitcher threw away Ryu Hyun-jin’s victory.

As Ryu Hyun-jin started the 2023 Major League Baseball (MLB) visiting game 카지노사이트

against the Colorado Rockies held at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado,

USA on the 2nd (Korean time) and gave up 4 hits,

including 1 home run, and 2 walks in 5 innings. Conceded 2 runs.

6th Inning

Ryu Hyun-jin met the victory requirement in the bottom of the sixth inning,

with the game tied 4-2, and already handed the mound over to Garcia.

Garcia passed the baton back to Henesis Cabrera in the bottom of the sixth inning with two outs and runners on first and second base,

Cabrera hit a left-field walk-off home run to Nolan Jones, preventing Ryu Hyun-jin from winning.

Ryu Hyun-jin’s season record is 3 wins and 1 loss, and his ERA rose from 2.25 to 2.48.

Coors Field

Coors Field, located at an altitude of 1,610 meters above sea level,

is famous as a stadium with low air resistance and a lot of long balls.

It’s heaven for hitters, but hell for pitchers.

Ryu Hyun-jin, who returned a year after having surgery on his left elbow and has won three games in a row with a slow curveball in the early 100 km/h range,

took into account the special nature of Coors Field and on this day mainly threw four-seam fastballs and cut fastballs of the same type at the beginning of the game, and changed ups and curveballs.

The speaking rate was lowered.

Ryu Hyun-jin, who stood on the mound again at Coors Field after 4 years and 1 month since August 2019 when he was playing for the Los Angeles Dodgers, faced Charlie Blackman,

a difficult Colorado pitcher who had a career batting average of 0.343 against him, as the leadoff hitter in the first inning.

Charlie Blackman

Blackman, who gave Ryu Hyun-jin 12 hits, including 3 doubles and 1 home run,

persistently fought for a full count in a long-awaited match, then attacked the 8th pitch and hit a heavy hit.

However, the shortstop, who had previously moved toward second base, easily cleared it and caught it at first base.

Ryu Hyun-jin, who cooked Blackman, threw a cut fastball to Ezequiel Tovar and Elias Dias, striking out in succession and ending the first inning.

It was Ryu Hyun-jin, who easily got through the second inning by inducing three ground balls with six balls,

gave up the first run in the third inning when the score was 0-0 because the ball was in the middle of the strike zone.

Right Handed Hyun Jin

Ryu Hyun-jin, who was hit by a right-handed hit by leading left-handed hitter Nolan Jones,

threw four consecutive changeups to right-handed slugger Eleuris Montero before allowing a two-run home run to the left.

The change-up did not fall and landed flatly in the middle of the strike zone.

After sending out Blackman with a walk with one out, Tova hit a double that hit the left fence directly, putting Ryu in danger of conceding additional runs.

Ryu Hyun-jin caught Diaz with a ground ball in front of the pitcher,

tied up the runner, and then took a breather by striking out the fourth left-handed hitter,

Ryan McMahon, with a sharp curveball and a missed swing.

4th Inning

In the bottom of the 4th inning, when the game was tied 1-2 thanks to Brandon Belt’s outstanding solo home run,

Ryu Hyun-jin faced his second obstacle by hitting a heavy hit from Hunter Goodman with one out and giving up a walk to Johnson in the 7th.

Even though the four-seam fastball thrown to Jones went exactly into the strike zone,

the umpire did not raise his hand, so Ryu Hyun-jin absurdly allowed a walk.

Ryu Hyun-jin escaped the crisis on his own by catching Montero,

who had given up a home run in his previous at-bats,

with a double play that went from second base to shortstop to first base.

5th Inning

In the 5th inning, he led three batters to consecutive hits and completed the mission.

Ryu Hyun-jin filled 76 pitches on this day with 35 four-seam fastballs, 19 cut fastballs, 12 curves, and 10 change-ups.

Toronto Ernie Clement saved Ryu Hyun-jin from defeat by hitting a game-tying home run off the left pole in the top of the 5th inning when the team was trailing 1-2.

Then, catcher Danny Jansen, who worked with Ryu Hyun-jin in battery,

hit a huge two-run home run that hit the left stand with one out and one on first base in the top of the sixth inning,

giving Ryu Hyun-jin the victory requirement,

but it was in vain due to a lack of relief in the top of the sixth inning.

Colorado right-handed pitcher Chris Flexen, who returned to the big league

as a member of the Doosan Bears of the KBO League of the Korean Professional Baseball League and created the ‘reverse export myth,’

hit three home runs and allowed four runs in 5⅔ innings.

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