온라인카지노The ‘Korean Monster’ Ryu Hyun-jin, 37, is well on his way to returning to Major League Baseball. He’s been working on his form in the minor leagues, first in the Rookie League and then in Single-A. Of course, he hasn’t found his form yet. However, the ‘kwanrok’ accumulated from countless experiences is shining through, raising expectations around him.
On the 10th (KST), Ryu started a game against the Single-A Tampa Bay Tarpons (affiliated with the New York Yankees) of the Florida Complex League (FCL) at TD Ballpark in Dunedin, Florida, USA. He pitched four innings of three-hit ball. He struck out one, walked none, and didn’t record a hit or a walk.
His pitch count is particularly impressive. In four innings, he threw 37 pitches. That’s just over nine pitches per inning. He didn’t scare hitters with his fastball, but he did pitch a no-hitter with exquisite command and ball placement. In his heyday, he was known for averaging the fewest pitches per inning, and he did it with a “cannonball” approach.
On the 5th, in a Rookie League game against the FCL Tigers (affiliated with the Detroit Tigers), he threw three innings of four-hit ball and allowed one run. He struck out five to prevent a big inning. He gave up three doubles but extinguished the flames with his trademark command. Despite giving up three long balls, Ok et al earned a passing grade for a solid outing as he emerged from a long injury tunnel.
His velocity was still below his prime. He touched 88.2 miles per hour (142.3 km/h) on the day. But it didn’t matter. He used his command and command of his pitches to keep hitters off balance. His exquisite command of his pitches and quick timing kept his pitch count down. Considering he’s not 100%, it’s even more encouraging that his velocity has the potential to go up.
He should get one or two more minor league starts in the coming days. Increase his pitch count and innings to check his conditioning. I’ll likely take a similar approach to my last two outings. He is expected to use his pinpoint pitches as the basis of his pitches, rather than trying to go toe-to-toe with hitters in a situation where his command is a bit off.
He is Toronto’s ‘hidden card’ as they look to mount a late-game comeback. If he maintains his current form and builds up his velocity, a late-July return is possible. Toronto currently sits in third place in the American League East. They are in the midst of a fierce battle for second place in the AL East. They are seven games behind the division-leading Tampa Bay Rays, making it difficult to win the division. The return of the experienced Ryu Hyun-jin will be a big boost for Toronto, as it keeps their hopes alive in the wild card race. Toronto has struggled with the inconsistency of its starting pitching this season. They’ve been hot and cold. While the starters have recently found their footing, the addition of “veteran” Ryu Hyun-jin could provide some much-needed stability on the mound. Ryu could be the key to Toronto’s second-half comeback.