That’s Ryu’s fastball. Hitters doubted it, but it didn’t change the outcome.

After undergoing surgery on his left elbow last year, Ryu is now making minor league rehabilitation appearances to gauge when he will return to the major leagues.카지노

Ryu’s second rehab start took place at TD Ballpark in Dunedin, Florida, on the 10th. Starting for the Single-A Dunedin Blue Jays, the Toronto affiliate of the New York Yankees, Hyun-jin proved that he is close to returning to the major leagues with a four-hit, three-strikeout performance in a Single-A game against the Tampa Taftons. He also pitched well in a Rookie League game against the FCL Tigers (Detroit Tigers) on 5 May, allowing one run on four hits in three innings.

In fact, Ryu was even cleaner in his second outing than his first. The only crisis came in the top of the fourth inning. After back-to-back singles put runners on second and third, Ryu worked a full count against Brennie Escarnio and threw six pitches that were ruled strikes, ending the inning with a strikeout.

At that point, Escarnio filed a challenge. He believed that Ryu’s pitch was a ball and not a strike. Unlike the major leagues, in the minor leagues, balls can be challenged, but it didn’t change the outcome. The replay showed it was a strike. There was no reversal. Gameday, a minor league texting service, also showed that Ryu’s pitch was in the strike zone.

After striking out the final batter of the game, Ryu was able to walk off the mound in good spirits. It was the first and last time he struck out a batter, but he was efficient with 37 pitches.

Ryu’s biggest strength is his fastball. Ryu topped out at 88.4 mph (142 km/h) on the day. Despite this, he only allowed three hits while not walking a single batter. His only long ball was a double. In the jungle of 160km/h fastballs that is the Major League Baseball, Ryu has been able to survive for so long.

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