A natural enemy with a batting average of .343′ remains a threat even as time passes… Ryu Hyun-jin’s 4th win depends on blocking the hairy leadoff


Even as time passes, it still maintains its position. Ryu Hyun-jin’s fourth win depends on blocking his ‘hairy leadoff’ and nemesis, Charlie Blackmon (37).

Ryu Hyun-jin will start the away game against the Colorado Rockies to be held at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado, USA on the 2nd (Korean time). This is his first appearance at Coors Field in four years.

Ryu Hyun-jin, who returned to the big league mound last month after undergoing left elbow ligament fusion surgery, is recording 3 wins and 1 loss through 5 appearances. His earned run average is 2.25. In his return game, on the 2nd of last month, against the Baltimore Orioles, he suffered a hardship by allowing 4 runs in 5 innings, and on the 8th, against the Cleveland Guardians, he showed off a perfect pitch with 4 scoreless innings, but was hit in the knee by a batted ball and missed the victory right before his eyes. 소닉카지노

After achieving his first win of the season against the Chicago Cubs on the 14th by allowing 2 runs in 5 innings, he followed up against the Cincinnati Reds on the 21st (2 runs in 5 innings (non-earned)) and then gave up 3 runs (2 earned) in 5 innings against the Cleveland Guardians on the 27th. ) and is on a three-game winning streak. 

Colorado was a familiar district rival to Ryu Hyun-jin, who began his major league career by joining the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2013. His overall performance against Colorado was only 5 wins and 7 losses in 15 games, with an average ERA of 4.85 (42 earned runs in 78 innings). And he was so bad that he allowed as many as 16 home runs.

The poor performance at Coors Field, a ‘pitcher’s graveyard’ located at 1,600 meters above sea level, which increases the distance of batted balls, had an impact. At Coors Field, he recorded only 1 win, 4 losses, and an average ERA of 7.09 (26⅔ 21 earned runs) in 6 games. He hit eight home runs at Coors Field alone. His OPS reached a whopping 1.074. It was still an unfamiliar place for Ryu Hyun-jin, allowing only one home run per game. 

When Ryu Hyun-jin played for the Dodgers, Colorado was a relatively strong team that even threatened to lead the league. However, it has now fallen to a team competing for last place in the entire major league. The record is only 49 wins, 84 losses, and a winning percentage of .368.

Nevertheless, there are players who are still maintaining their positions and showing off their skills. It is ‘natural enemy’ Blackmon who starts as leadoff player on this day. Blackmon was a player who was at his peak during Ryu Hyun-jin’s Dodgers era. He recorded a career batting average of .300, 6.6, 169 home runs, 494 RBI, 689 runs, 51 stolen bases, and an OPS of .880 from 2013 to 2019. He was a four-time All-Star and a two-time Silver Slugger, and in 2017, he won the titles of batting champion (.331) and most hits (213), while rising to fifth place in National League MVP voting. During this period, he was very strong against Ryu Hyun-jin, with a batting average of .300, 30, 36, 12 hits in 36 at-bats, 1 home run, 3 RBI, and an OPS of .924. 

Although his career has since taken a downward turn, he is still a threat. This year, he has a batting average of .208, 70 hits in 264 at-bats, 7 home runs, 32 RBIs, and an OPS of .833 in 76 games. In mid-June, he was out for about two months due to a fracture in his right hand, and did not return until mid-August. Blackmon, Ryan McMahon, and Brandon Rogers are players who have faced Hyun-jin Ryu. He recorded 1 hit in 8 at-bats against McMahon and 0-hit in 2 at-bats with Rogers.

On this day, McMahon and Rogers, including nemesis Blackmon, were all included in the starting lineup. Colorado has Charlie Blackmon (right fielder), Ezekiel Tovar (shortstop), Elias Diaz (catcher), Ryan McMahon (third baseman), Brandon Rogers (second baseman), Hunter Goodman (designated hitter), Nolan Jones (left fielder), and Elias Montero (first baseman). The starting lineup consisted of Branton Doyle (center fielder). Colorado’s starting pitcher is Chris Flexen (29), who wrote the KBO League reverse export legend. After being released from the Seattle Mariners this year, he came to Colorado via the New York Mets. He has a record of 1 win, 6 losses, and an ERA of 5.94 this year. 

Toronto has George Springer (right fielder), David Schneider (third baseman), Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (first baseman), Brandon Belt (designated hitter), Danny Jansen (catcher), Whit Merrifield (second baseman), Dalton Basho (left fielder), Ernie Clement (shortstop), and Kevin. Kiermaier (center fielder) was in the starting lineup. 

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