‘Ryu Hyun-jin’s return imminent’ rises to 12th in the Toronto Power Ranking… Atlanta 1st

‘Korean Monster’ Ryu Hyun-jin’s team, the Toronto Blue Jays, has risen one notch from last time in the power rankings announced by MBL.com. Ha-sung Kim’s San Diego Padres fell one notch, while Ji-man Choi and Ji-hwan Bae Ji-hwan’s Pittsburgh Pirates rose one notch.먹튀검증

MLB.com announced the power rankings of 30 clubs on the 4th (hereinafter Korean time). The ranking was determined by reflecting the results of 3 consecutive matches during the last week and 3 consecutive matches on the weekend. 1st place has changed. The Atlanta Braves pushed the Tampa Bay Rays to second place and jumped to the lead. The Texas Rangers kept 3rd place, and the Arizona Diamondbacks and Baltimore Orioles switched places to rank 4th and 5th.

While the top 5 teams remained unchanged, there was no significant change in the middle and upper ranks. The Los Angeles Dodgers jumped from 7th to 6th, and the Florida Marlins jumped two spots from 9th to 7th. The San Francisco Giants slipped from 6th to 8th, and the Houston Astros moved from 10th to 9th. The New York Yankees moved up two spots to 10th.

Toronto placed 12th. In the last announcement, it slipped to 13th place, but it climbed one step and was included in the middle ranks. The San Francisco Giants, who were on the rise, won 2 wins and 1 loss in 3 consecutive matches during the week and rose in the rankings. San Diego and Pittsburgh remained in the mid-lower ranks. San Diego fell from 18th to 19th, and Pittsburgh rose from 23rd to 22nd.

Meanwhile, each team soon enters the second half after a four-day All-Star break. The 2023 American Professional Baseball Major League All-Star Game will be held on the 12th at T-Mobile Park in Seattle, Washington, USA. Ryu Hyun-jin aims to return in late July and is raising his game sense.

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