Ryu Hyun-jin (36, Toronto Blue Jays) suffered his second loss of the season due to the silence of the batting lineup despite doing his part as a starting pitcher.토토사이트
Ryu Hyun-jin started the away game against the Major League Baseball (MLB) Oakland Athletics held at the Oakland Coliseum in Oakland, California on the 7th (Korean time) and allowed 5 hits (1 home run), 1 walk, 5 strikeouts, and 2 runs in 5 innings. . He was replaced by bullpen Trevor Richards in the bottom of the 6th inning when the team was down 1-2, and became the losing pitcher as Toronto lost 2-5. This is the 2nd loss (3 wins) of the season.
The season ERA rose from 2.48 to 2.65. He had 77 pitches, and the highest fastball speed was 146 km/h. He threw a variety of cut fastballs (23), fastballs (21), change-ups (18), curves (11), and sinking fastballs (4).
On this day, Ryu Hyun-jin took the mound for the first time this season after only four days of rest. He returned a year and two months after undergoing elbow ligament fusion surgery in June of last year, and took the mound while maintaining intervals between appearances after five days of rest in the previous six games. However, this time he had to delay the start by a day due to team circumstances.
It was also bad news that the catcher who received Ryu Hyun-jin’s ball was replaced by a new face. With starting catcher Danny Jansen leaving due to injury, he had to work with the relatively less experienced Tyler Heinemann for the first time in the battery.
Ryu Hyun-jin played the game smoothly from the first inning with his unique pinpoint control. He struck out Zack Gelov on a fly to center field, struck out Brent Luker on a looking strike, and grounded out Ryan Noda to first base. Nine balls were enough to put three batters out.
In the top of the second inning with a 1-0 lead, he showed off his speed control against lead hitter Jordan Diaz. At a ball count of 2B-1S, he threw a series of ultra-low-speed curves at 110 km/h and 101 km/h, then hit a fastball to the body at 146 km/h to get a looking strikeout. He then caught Carlos Perez and Kevin Smith with ground balls and ended the inning easily. In the top of the third inning, he threw a first-pitch curve to Nick Allen with one out and was hit by a left-field hit, but Allen’s stolen base allowed him to safely catch the two subsequent batters on second base with one out and continue the scoreless run.
However, Oakland’s batting order was unable to prevent the comeback in the top of the fourth inning. Ryu Hyun-jin threw a change-up to lead hitter Rooker and gave up a double to left-center, putting him on second base with no outs. When the next batter, Noda, grounded out, Toronto first baseman Vladimir Guerrero Jr. chose third base and played well by catching the preceding runner, Rooker. However, when Perez was at bat with one out and one on first base, catcher Heidemann threw the bounced ball back, leaving the runner on first base. Advances were allowed.
A shaken Ryu Hyun-jin threw a fastball toward his body at a ball count of 2B-2S and was hit by Perez for a two-run home run that went over the left wall. He has hit a home run in the last three games in a row. Toronto’s defense was also shaken again. Ryu Hyun-jin guided Smith, the follow-up hitter, to a ground ball, but Toronto shortstop Clement was unable to get the ball out of his glove quickly, so the throw was delayed. The first base umpire ruled it out, but after video review, the record was corrected to an infield hit.
Ryu Hyun-jin went into the dugout and returned to the mound, showing signs of being agitated again as he gave the first walk to the follow-up batter, Jonah Bride. In the end, the pitching coach went to the mound to break the flow and caught Allen with a grounder to shortstop, ending the difficult 4th inning.
The 5th inning didn’t go smoothly either. Leadoff hitter Lewis was allowed to hit to left and steal second base, leading to a crisis with no outs on second base. He gained momentum again by striking out Gallop and Rooker in succession, but while returning the ball to the catcher during Noda’s at-bat, he was caught off guard by Lewis’ surprise steal of third base. Ryu Hyun-jin has never given up more than two stolen bases in a game since his MLB debut in 2013, but on this day he allowed three for the first time.
Ryu Hyun-jin, who was momentarily embarrassed, soon regained his composure and disposed of Noda with a fly to right field. He finished the day’s mission by resolving the crisis with 2 outs and 3rd base on base without allowing any additional runs. Toronto gave up 3 more runs in the bottom of the 6th inning and only made up for 1 run in the top of the 8th inning, falling to 2-5. The last three consecutive wins also ended.