“The atmosphere of the game changed”… RYU also showed defense to prevent runs, with 1 out and 1st and 3rd bases → no outs and 2nd and 3rd bases → 1 out and 1st and 3rd bases, showing an escape from the crisis.

“This is the defense that changed the entire atmosphere of the game.”

Ryu Hyun-jin started the 2023 Major League match against the Boston Red Sox held at the Rogers Center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the 18th (Korean time) and recorded 6 hits, 2 walks, and 2 strikeouts without allowing any runs in 4⅔ innings.바카라

Ryu Hyun-jin easily blocked the top of the first inning of the game today. The game started with right fielder Cavan Biggio catching Sedan Rafaela’s batted ball with his body. He struck out ‘Korean’ big leaguer Rob Refsnyder and blocked Justin Turner with a fly ball to left field.

However, from the second episode, Ryu Hyun-jin was in crisis. Leadoff hitter Rafael Devers hit an infield hit, and Adam Duvall hit a double, creating an opportunity to advance to second and third base with no outs. Then, Pablo Reyes sent a ground ball to the shortstop. Devers raced home and shortstop Bo Bichette immediately threw home. The result is tag out. It was a great defense that prevented Ryu Hyun-jin from conceding a goal. Afterwards, with one out and runners on first and third base, both Trevor Story and Bobby Dalbec were treated as fly balls and no runs were allowed.

After the game, Ryu Hyun-jin praised Bisset’s defense. According to Canadian media ‘Sportsnet’, Ryu Hyun-jin said, “I thought the defense was in a deep position, so I thought I should minimize the damage by allowing one run,” and “I didn’t actually see where the runner was. I think he started late. “Getting that out changed the entire atmosphere of the game.”

Toronto, which had overcome the crisis of conceding goals thanks to Bissett’s excellent defense, succeeded in scoring the first goal right away. In the bottom of the second inning, with one out and no runners on base, Biggio’s single and Matt Chapman’s double created opportunities for second and third base. They then took the first run with Kevin Kiermaier’s sacrifice fly RBI.

Ryu Hyun-jin was in crisis again in the third inning. Liz McGuire’s single and Rafaela’s double put the team on second and third base again with no outs. He took a breather by hitting Refsnyder and Turner, but he walked Devers and was in danger of the bases being loaded. However, he treated Duvall with a fly ball to right field.

In the fourth inning, he was faltered by a fielding error. He caught Pablo Reyes on a foul fly at first base and then threw Story out on an error by Chapman at third base. Dalbec’s hit then put the first and third bases in danger. However, he induced Maguire to hit a ground ball to shortstop and ended the inning by adding two more outs with a double play.

Ryu Hyun-jin started the 5th inning by treating leadoff hitter Rafaela with a pitcher’s grounder. He recorded his second strikeout of the game against Turner after allowing an infield hit to Lev Snyder. However, he allowed a walk in a full-count match with Devers, and ended up being replaced by Garcia, ending the game.

Toronto increased the lead with Dalton Basho’s one-run home run in the bottom of the fifth inning. However, Boston narrowed the score gap with Reyes’ 1 RBI hit in the top of the 7th inning and balanced the score with Devers’ tying 1-run home run in the top of the 9th inning.

However, in the bottom of the 9th inning, Chapman came to the rescue. With one out, Bigio hit a single and went out. Then, Chapman attacked Garrett Whitlock’s sinker and hit the center wall, and Biggio scored to end the game.

Chapman returned in the game against the Texas Rangers on the 15th after suffering a sprain of the middle finger of his right hand. Afterwards, he was silent for three consecutive games, but in this game, he scored two hits and led the team to victory with a walk-off hit.

“Before the game, Chapman said, ‘I have to play better,’” coach John Schneider said.

After undergoing Tommy John surgery in June of last year, Ryu Hyun-jin made his comeback against the Baltimore Orioles on August 2. Although his velocity was reduced, he faced hitters with his primary weapon, Calzegu. He effectively used his change-up as well as his slow curve to attack batters.

In 5 games in August, Ryu Hyun-jin recorded 3 wins, 1 loss, 24 innings, 11 runs (6 earned), 5 walks, 20 strikeouts, and an ERA of 2.25. Although he did not receive much help from a defense that made frequent mistakes, he did not waver and prevented the team from conceding the least number of goals, winning three games.

However, luck is not following in September. He came off the mound on the 2nd in an away game against the Colorado Rockies, known as the graveyard of pitchers, with 2 runs (2 earned) in 5 innings, meeting the requirements for a winning pitcher, but the bullpen allowed a comeback. Afterwards, Toronto won again, but Ryu Hyun-jin’s victory was blown away.

Afterwards, Ryu Hyun-jin allowed 2 runs (2 earned runs) in 5 innings against the Oakland Athletics on the 7th, and 3 runs (3 earned runs) in 6 innings against the Texas Rangers on the 13th. The game against Texas was the first game in which he pitched 6 innings. However, he did not receive batting support in both games and became the losing pitcher. He then pitched 4⅔ innings against Boston. He has failed to add a win in four straight games.

Ryu Hyun-jin is expected to take the mound and challenge for his fourth win of the season in the three-game away game against the Tampa Bay Rays, which will be held from the 22nd to the 24th.

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