Can a pitcher in his mid-30s, who risked his life in baseball and underwent elbow ligament surgery, show a sense of stability at such a rapid pace?
Praise poured in for Ryu Hyun-jin (36, Toronto)’s pitching for the second win of the season.
The Toronto team won 10-3 with Ryu Hyun-jin’s 5 innings and 2 runs (visa book) pitching against Cincinnati on the 21st, and then introduced Ryu Hyun-jin’s pitching video to the club’s social media (SNS) and introduced ‘Monster’ and ‘Master Class’. attached And along with the Taegeukgi, he admired Ryu Hyun-jin’s outstanding pitching, saying, “Ryu Hyun-jin’s form is crazy” in Korean.
Local media also praised it.
The official website of the major leagues said, “Hyun-jin Ryu reminded us of what level his best skills are with this game. He didn’t throw the ball hard enough to admire, but he overpowered the opponent’s lineup with clever pitching.”
He also explained, “Because he is a pitcher who can read the batter’s swing and thoughts well, he is particularly strong against batters with an aggressive tendency.” Citing the scene where he struck out Cincinnati slugger Eli de la Cruz as an example, he said, “Ryu Hyun-jin threw a curveball at 66 miles per hour (about 106 km) and 67 miles (108 km) against Cruz and struck out.”토토사이트
‘Sportsnet’ commented, “Ryu Hyun-jin’s pitching was undoubtedly the driving force behind Toronto’s victory that day,” and “showed the best pitching after surgery.”
Reporter Mike Willner of the Toronto Star, a Canadian newspaper, said, “Ryu Hyun-jin has not earned an earned run in 14 consecutive innings. It is surprising that a player who has been rehabilitated for more than 14 months can display such good control and position.”