Major League Baseball (MLB) Toronto Blue Jays left-hander Hyun-jin Ryu (36-photo), who underwent left elbow ligament reconstruction (Tommy John) surgery, threw a live pitch one year after rehabilitation. “It feels good,” he said, and he hopes to return to the mound in July.
Local media outlets, including Sportsnet Canada, reported that Ryu threw one inning with the bases loaded on Sunday at Toronto’s player development complex in Dunedin, Florida, USA. Toronto manager Joe Schneider gave an update on his status, saying, “Ryu said, ‘It feels good.메이저놀이터
Ryu underwent Tommy John surgery last June. Since then, Ryu has been rehabbing with the goal of returning before this season’s All-Star Game on July 12. Having completed his first live pitch, Ryu’s next task is to increase his pitch count. If he receives a passing grade, he will return to the big leagues with a minor league start to get a feel for the game. So far, so good. For Ryu, it’s all about how he performs the rest of the season. This is the final season of his four-year, $80 million contract with Toronto.