2 runs, “I lost, but my pitches were good I’m happy with the content”
Toronto falls to Oakland, 2-5, in a heartbreaker
Gave up two runs and couldn’t get offense going
Despite a strong outing Ryu Hyun-jin (Toronto) pitches against Oakland in the seventh inning of a Major League Baseball game. 카지노사이트 Hyun-jin Ryu pitched five innings of two-run ball but couldn’t get enough support from his offense to take the loss.
A home run snapped a three-game winning streak for Ryu Hyun-jin (36, Toronto).
Ryu started Sunday’s MLB game against visiting Oakland and allowed two runs on five hits (one home run) 온라인카지노 with five strikeouts and one walk in five innings before giving way to a reliever in the sixth inning with his team trailing 1-2. Ryu hadn’t pitched more than six innings in any of his seven appearances since returning from injury.
As Toronto fell to 2-5, Ryu suffered his second loss of the season (3-2) since returning from injury. His season ERA rose from 2.48 to 2.65. On the day, Ryu threw 77 pitches, 50 of which were strikes. His fastball topped out at 146 kilometers per hour. Ryu held the Oakland bats scoreless through three innings, but gave up a two-run homer to Carlos Perez (33) with two outs in the bottom of the fourth with his team leading 1-0. Ryu has allowed a home run in three straight games.
On this day, Ryu took the mound in a different environment than usual. His regular catcher, Danny Jansen, was sidelined with a fractured finger and Tyler Heineman donned the catcher’s mask. Because of this, Ryu allowed three stolen bases on the day. It was the first time Ryu had allowed three stolen bases in a game since his MLB debut.
After the game, Ryu said, “I’m happy with my pitches. Even the ball that gave up the home run was a good pitch (low to the body).” “There are not many games left (22). I’m going to try to help the team win as many as possible.” Toronto (77-63) ended a three-game winning streak but remained in third place in the American League wild-card race, 카지노사이트존 half a game ahead of Texas (76-63).