Ryu Hyun-jin, who carries the fate of Toronto’s fall baseball, faces Scherzer, a ‘3-time Cy Young winner’…TEX selects 7 right-handed hitters as starters

‘Korean Monster’ Hyunjin Ryu (36, Toronto Blue Jays), who is challenging his fourth win of the season, meets a difficult opponent in a burdensome situation.

Ryu Hyun-jin will be the starting pitcher in the 2023 Major League Baseball home game against the Texas Rangers to be held at the Rogers Center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the 12th (Korean time).

Ryu Hyun-jin, who earned his third win of the season against Cleveland on August 27, 메이저사이트recorded no wins and only one loss in the two games he pitched in September. He gave up 2 runs in 5 innings in 2 consecutive games against the Colorado Rockies on the 3rd and the Oakland Athletics on the 7th, but his luck did not follow.

Ryu Hyun-jin, who is trying for his first win in September, takes the mound in a somewhat burdensome situation. Toronto lost 4-10 to Texas in the game the day before (the 12th), recording a record of 80 wins and 64 losses (0.556 winning percentage) on the season. Toronto, 3rd in the American League (AL) East Division and 2nd in the wild card, is trailing by 0.5 games from Texas (79-64, winning percentage 0.552), 3rd in the AL wild card, due to a loss the previous day. They are only one game behind the fourth-place Seattle Mariners (79 wins, 65 losses, 0.549 winning percentage), who are aiming to enter the wild card cutoff line. In order for Toronto to advance to the fall baseball season, Ryu Hyun-jin’s good pitching is desperately needed.

Texas Rangers Max Scherzer / Photo = Getty Images Korea

The starting opponent is also formidable. The starting pitcher for Texas is Max Scherzer (39), a veteran who has won three Cy Young Awards (once in the AL and twice in the National League). This season, Scherzer appeared in 26 games and recorded 12 wins, 6 losses, and an ERA of 3.91. Although he is not as powerful as last year (11 wins, 5 losses, and an ERA of 2.29), he is better than his performance with the New York Mets (9 wins, 4 losses, and an average ERA of 4.01). After transferring to Texas (3 wins, 2 losses, ERA 3.63), his performance is slightly better.

Meanwhile, Texas brought out a lineup with only 7 right-handed hitters against Ryu Hyun-jin. Marcus Siemien (second baseman) – Corey Seager (shortstop) – Robbie Grossman (right fielder) – Mitch Garber (designated hitter) – Jonah Haim (catcher) – Nathaniel Rowe (first baseman) – Ezekiel Duran (left fielder) – Leo In a lineup consisting of Di Taveras (center fielder) and Jonathan Ornellas (third baseman), there are only two left-handed hitters, Seager and Rowe. Grossman, Haim, and Taveras are switch hitters.

Toronto: George Springer (right fielder) – Bo Bisset (shortstop) – Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (designated hitter) – Spencer Horwitz (first baseman) – Davis Schneider (second baseman) – Cavan Biggio (third baseman) – Dalton Basho (left fielder) -Kevin Kiermaier (center fielder) -Tyler Heinemann (catcher) formed the lineup. Heinemann is working with Ryu Hyun-jin for the second time.

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