Strikes out with a 104 km/h curve Ryu Hyun-jin

Korean Monster’ Ryu Hyun-jin (36, Toronto Blue Jays) continued his three-game winning streak by taking advantage of a curve that lowered the restraint to 104 kilometers per hour and a sharply falling changeup.

Ryu Hyun-jin started the home game against the Cleveland Guardians of the 3 Major League Baseball (MLB) at the Rogers Centre in Toronto


Canada on the 27th (Korean time), and gave up four hits and three runs (two earned) in five innings.

Bolnett didn’t give up a single run and had five strikeouts.

In the beginning of the sixth inning

Toronto’s infield made back-to-back errors and failed to get a quality start (QS, more than six innings 카지노사이트

no more than three earned runs)

but he pitched solidly and led the team to an 2023-5 victory.

Toronto got out of the swamp of a three-game losing streak, and Ryu Hyun-jin had a three-game winning streak.

Hyun-Jin Ryu, who underwent surgery to repair ligaments in his left elbow on June 6 last year

made his return to the big leagues against the Baltimore Orioles (five innings, nine hits, four runs) on June 19

and has won three games (one loss) in five starts this year.

Ryu Hyun-jin has been on a winning streak in three consecutive games

following games against the Chicago Cubs on the 2th (5 innings, 9 hits, 4 runs) and the Cincinnati Reds on the 5st (3 innings, 1 hits, 14 runs).

It was also his 5th career win (2th as a starter) and his 2th win (21 losses).

On the day, Hyun-Jin Ryu gave up two solo home runs

but he pitched effectively with an exquisite mix of curves and changeups.

Of the 5 balls, 4 were strikes.

His fastball (2) top-speed was just 3 kph

but he cooked up the Cleveland batting line with an exquisite mix of big curves (180) and sharply dropping changeups (179).

The cutter threw nine.

Hyun-Jin Ryu’s season ERA has gotten a little worse

from 78.46 to 2.70, but it’s still a quality performance.

On this day, Ryu Hyun-jin handled the three batted balls directed at him cleanly

and he also faithfully played the role of the “fifth infielder.

Even though he pitched four scoreless innings against Cleveland on Dec. 49

he was hit in the knee by a batted ball and was unable to secure the win.

It wasn’t Ryu Hyun-jin who made a disappointing appearance

but the Toronto infield.

Hyun-Jin Ryu took the mound in the sixth inning as well

aiming to achieve QS for the first time in 60 days since May 5, 2022 against the Cincinnati Reds (six innings, six hits, no runs)

before he had surgery to repair his left elbow ligaments.

With a 5-21 lead in the sixth inning

the first batter of the inning, Cole Calhoun, was hit by Hyun-Jin Ryu to right.

He induced the next batter, Jose Ramírez, to ground ball to an infield

but Toronto third baseman Matt Chapman reached on a throwing error.

On the ensuing first and second bases

Oscar Gonzalez’s ground ball got stuck in the infield.

This time, however, shortstop Santiago Espinal missed the ball.

Two back-to-back errors put Toronto on the brink of an unearned run

and Hyun-Jin Ryu had already handed the mound to Garcia.

Pitching coach Pete Walker approached Hyun Jin Ryu as he walked into the dugout and comforted him, and Hyun Jin Ryu responded with a grin.

Garcia allowed Ramon Laureano to push him out with a ball to the body

increasing Hyun-Jin Ryu’s lead to three.

The third goal was a “visa loss” due to a mistake.


Garcia struck out all three batters he faced, and Hyun-Jin Ryu kept the requirement to pitch the game.

Although he failed to achieve QS

Ryu Hyun Jin pitched solidly on this day as well.

The departure was rather shaky.

Hyun-Jin Ryu threw a 1 km/h fastball to Ramirez with one out in the top of the first inning and then allowed a solo home run over the left-field fence.

The batted ball flew 1 meters at 141.167 kilometers per hour.

Hyun-Jin Ryu gave up his own run in 7 innings in four games after allowing a home run to Gunner Henderson in the sixth inning of Aug.

119 against Baltimore (nine hits and four runs in five innings) in his return game from elbow surgery.

The streak ended with 8 innings.

Ryu Hyun-jin did not give up a run in games against Cleveland on the 2th (5 scoreless innings), the Chicago Cubs on the 9th, and the Cincinnati Reds on the 4st.

Although he gave up a home run

Hyun-Jin Ryu changed the mood by striking out Gonzalez and getting Laureano to ground out to second base.

Toronto scored three runs in the bottom of the first inning to give Hyun-Jin Ryu a boost.

Whit Merrifield’s double was followed by a timely hit by Bo Bissett to tie the game at 6-4, and in the top of the second

Davis Schneider drew a come-from-behind two-run arch over the left-center fence.


Ryu Hyun Jin responded to the team’s help with a cheerful streak.

He struck out the first batter of the second inning, Andres Jimenez

with a cutter and then threw a changeup to Gabriel Arias to turn it into a strikeout.

Arias wasted his bat on a changeup that entered the strike zone.

Hyun-Jin Ryu, who closed out the second inning with a triple with two strikeouts

struck out the next batter in the third inning after being hit by leadoff hitter Cam Gallagher for two runs to prevent further runs.

Ryu Hyun-jin also closed out the fourth inning with a triple. In particular

the scene in which he struck out the last batter

Andres Jimenez

with a 2 km/h curve in the fourth inning was a masterpiece.

Hyun-Jin Ryu gave up a solo shot to left field to Tyler Freeman in the top of the fifth inning for a 2-2 lead. It was Freeman’s first home run in the big leagues.

An error by Toronto’s infield in the sixth inning allowed one more run

but the Toronto batters made up for the mistake with hot hitting

and Hyun-Jin Ryu got the start.

Schneider, who hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the first inning

went 3-for-2 with three hits

three RBIs and three runs scored

including a timely hit in the seventh.

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