Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Ryu Hyun-jin showed off his crisis management skills.
Ryu Hyun-jin sent a runner into scoring position in the third inning of the home game against the Boston Red Sox held at the Rogers Center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the 18th (Korean time), but saved the game without allowing a run.
It was similar to the second episode. He allowed a heavy hit to the first batter, Liz McGuire, and then a double to left field to Sedan Raffaella.
It was a strong ground ball that flowed through the third base foul line, and third baseman Matt Chapman threw his body, but the ball hit his glove and deflected, resulting in a double.
In a crisis with no outs on 2nd and 3rd bases, a battle with the main batting line. Ryu Hyun-jin calmly overcame his crisis.
Rob Refsnyder induced a fly ball to left field after three pitches.바카라사이트
He had a fly ball, but the ball was too shallow to get a runner on third base. Maguire, the runner on third base, could not even attempt to tag up.
Then, he guided Justin Turner to a ground ball to third base on the first pitch, making second and third bases with two outs.
The last out was important. He carefully battled with Rafael Devers, and ended up filling first base with a walk.
A game against Adam Duvall, who allowed a double in the previous at-bat. Ryu Hyun-jin took the game aggressively, and on a 0-2 count, he induced a fly ball to right field after 4 pitches and ended the inning with no runs.
In this process, the number of pitches increased. He threw 21 balls in the third inning, bringing the total number of pitches to 52.