After returning from injury, Ryu Hyun-jin’s extremely slow curve, which he uses as his main weapon, became even slower today (27th) against Cleveland.
At an average speed of 108.4 km/h, he lowered the all-season record for the lowest speed curve by a big league starting pitcher, which he set last 20 days, by 2.3 km/h.메이저사이트
The opponent’s batting line couldn’t use their strength against a ball that was too slow, even if it was slow, which is hard to see in the major leagues in the era of the ‘light speed ball’.
Ryu Hyun-jin, who scored 5 strikeouts with no walks until the 5th inning with a changeup accompanied by accurate control, scored 2 runs with 2 solo home runs, and in the sixth inning when the team was ahead 5-2, the mound was hit by a no-out loaded base due to a series of defensive errors. went down.
Ku Guo-jin gave only one more run and kept the 8-3 victory, making Ryu Hyun-jin the winning pitcher.
Ryu Hyun-jin, who recently won 3 consecutive wins, led the team to escape from 3 consecutive wins and regained the position of Toronto’s ace, which is competing fiercely for the postseason, as soon as he returned from injury.