Have you seen this scam… 206 billion super-large contract → long-term rehabilitation → belated debut, ERA of 7 points in 3 matches, ‘sluggish shock’

Left-handed pitcher Carlos Rodon (31), whom the New York Yankees ambitiously recruited, collapsed again.

Rodon started on the 20th (Korean time) in the 3rd game of the 3rd match against the LA Angels in the 2023 Major League Baseball held at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California, USA.온라인카지노

He conceded a run from the first inning when it was 0-0. He walked Shohei Otani after one out and then met Taylor Ward and dedicated the first two run four. The 7th pitch he threw with a 1B-2S advantage counted savagely over the left fence. Afterwards, he struck out Mickey Moniac and caught Eduardo Escobar on a fly ball to left field to end the inning.

He also faltered in the second inning, trailing 0–2. Coincidentally, the route of conceding was the same as the first inning. After giving up a walk to leader Hunter Renfro, he hit a two-run homer in the left center against Lewis Rengipo. It was the result of a high four-seam fastball of 95.5 miles (153 km) on the third pitch thrown by 1B-1S.

This time, Rodon hit the follow-ups Michael Stephanic, Chad Wallach, and Jack Nekto in a row, showing the appearance of getting the ball after the home run.

In the 3rd inning, trailing by 0-4, while leading Ohtani and Ward were walked in succession, Moniak scored an RBI right-handed hit, and Escobar hit an RBI infield grounder in turn. Afterwards, Rengipo also walked on base and was on 2nd and 1st and 2nd bases, but Stefanik was caught with a ground ball by the second baseman and prevented an additional run.

Rodon temporarily found stability in the 4th inning when he was trailing 0-6. He struck out Ohtani on a swing and sent Ward back with a floating ball to center fielder with 1 out and 1st base on Neto’s heavy hit.

Rodon finished the game early, replacing Ian Hamilton after handling a fly ball to left field to lead Moniac in the fifth inning, still trailing 0-6. 87 pitches. The average ERA soared from 5.23 to 7.36.

Rodon, who had an average ERA of 2.88 in 31 games with the San Francisco Giants last year, signed a six-year, $162 million (approximately 206 billion won) contract with the Yankees after the season. However, upon joining, he was on the disabled list complaining of elbow and back injuries, and made his belated debut on July 8 against the Chicago White Sox.

Rodon’s record after transferring to the Yankees was 7.36 ERA in 3 games and 3 losses. In the match against the White Sox on the 8th, he had the bad luck of becoming a losing pitcher even though he allowed 2 runs in 5⅓ innings. However, against the Colorado Rockies on the 15th, he gave up 4 runs in 5 innings, and against the Angels on the 15th, he lost 3 consecutive times with 6 runs in 4⅓ innings. He allowed home runs in all three games and gave up nine walks. The quality start is also zero.

The Yankees suffered a shocking sweep against the Angels with a 3-7 defeat on the day, and stayed at the bottom of the American League Eastern division (50-47).

Rodon’s ‘eating and running controversy’ accounts for a large share of the prestigious club’s fall to the bottom.

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