Defeat is a terrible ending… Ryu Hyun-jin takes on the fate of Toronto’s fall baseball season

‘Korean Monster’ Ryu Hyun-jin (36, Toronto Blue Jays), who is trying for the third time to win four games in the season, takes the mound carrying the team’s fall baseball fate.카지노사이트

Ryu Hyun-jin will start the 2013 Major League Baseball (MLB) home game against the Texas Rangers at the Rogers Center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada at 8:07 a.m. on the 13th (Korean time).

This game against Texas is a game that Ryu Hyun-jin, who is looking forward to fall baseball, should not miss.

Toronto is in second place in the American League wild card with 80 wins and 64 losses, but the emergency light came on after suffering a crushing 4-10 loss in the first of four home games against Texas on the 12th. They were chased by the wild card third-place Texas (79-64) by 0.5 games and by fourth-place Seattle Mariners (79-65) by one game. If Toronto loses its game on the 13th, it could be pushed down to a tie for third place in the wild card.

Only three teams from each of the two major leagues can advance to the postseason as wild cards. If you fall to 4th place, the season ends. Toronto missed the wild card by only one game in 2021. In order to avoid experiencing the same nightmare as two years ago, we need to widen the gap with Texas, a wild card competitor.

At that critical crossroads, Ryu Hyun-jin plays his 8th game of the season.

Ryu Hyun-jin, who underwent elbow surgery in June of last year and has been in rehabilitation for a long time, showed off his health with 3 wins, 2 losses, and an average ERA of 2.65 in 7 games after returning to the big league.

Ryu Hyun-jin has continued to perform consistently, including pitching under 2 earned runs in 6 consecutive games since the game against the Cleveland Guardians on August 8th. In September, he missed his fourth win of the season in a row due to a lack of help from his teammates, but he did his part in the game against the Colorado Rockies on the 2nd and against the Oakland Athletics on the 7th.

Ryu Hyun-jin is the most unstable pitcher in Toronto’s starting lineup. Even in situations where he could have lost strength due to a fielder’s error, he did not collapse and held on until the 5th inning. Manager John Schneider can play ‘calculating baseball’ in games where Ryu Hyun-jin takes the mound.

Ryu Hyun-jin’s strengths could have a big impact on the outcome of the game on the 13th. If Ryu Hyun-jin pitches under 2 earned runs in 5 innings against Texas, Toronto has a good chance of winning.

When comparing the starting cards of the two teams, Ryu Hyun-jin has better stability. Max Scherzer, the Texas starting pitcher, boasts a brilliant career, including winning the Cy Young Award three times, but his pitching has been up and down since moving to Texas during the season. He also pitched early against the Milwaukee Brewers on August 21st (3⅔ innings, 3 runs) and against the Houston Astros on the 7th (3 innings, 7 runs).

In order for Ryu Hyun-jin to give Toronto a valuable first win, he must first defeat the brunt of the Texas power hit line.

Texas ranks first among American League teams with an OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 0.793. They also produced 202 home runs, 35 more than Toronto, which hit 167. In the game on the 12th, Texas displayed powerful firepower, scoring 10 points with 11 long and short hits, including Jonah Haim’s grand slam.

Texas’ batting lineup is strong, but Ryu Hyun-jin’s eight-six pitching is enough to attack. Ryu Hyun-jin doesn’t hit the ball fast, but he dominates opposing hitters with excellent speed control and sharp breaking balls. This time too, you and your team can shine only if you use ball combination and ball control to catch your opponent off guard.

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