‘Rehabilitation 2 games left’ RYU, certain to return at the end of this month… The second appearance is also perfect, 4 scoreless innings

Ryu Hyun-jin (36) of the Toronto Blue Jays, who underwent elbow ligament reconstructive surgery (Tommy John surgery) last June and is in the final stage of rehabilitation, is certain to make a comeback at the end of this month.

On the 10th (hereafter Korean time), in the Single A home game held at TD Ball Park in Dunedin, Florida, Ryu Hyun-jin allowed 3 hits and 1 run in 4 innings and continued his rehabilitation pitching smoothly.

On that day, Ryu Hyun-jin went on the mound as a member of the Single A Dunedin Blue Jays affiliated with Toronto and faced 14 batters from the Tampa Tarpons (affiliated with the New York Yankees). He gave up no walks, and struck out one.

Ryu Hyun-jin gave Ben Rice a left double after two deaths in the top of the first inning, but the left fielder-shortstop-third baseman defense team tagged out Rice, who ran to third base, and finished the inning. The number of pitches per inning was 8. He put to sleep as a three-way batter with five balls in the second inning, and treated all three batters as infield ground balls in the third inning with seven balls as well.

In the fourth inning, leadoff Jarrett Cerna went on base with a throw error by third baseman, but Jesús Rodriguez caught shortstop with a double hit. Following a right-handed hit by Rice and a left-handed hit by Omar Martinez, he was driven to 2nd, 1st and 2nd bases, and ended the inning by turning Brenny Escanio into a full count and striking out looking with an outside changeup. Escanio requested a challenge on the strike decision, but it was not overturned.

Ryu Hyun-jin took the mound in a rookie level game on the 5th and gave up 4 hits and 1 run in 3 innings. He has given up 7 hits and 1 run in 7 total innings in his two rehab appearances. He didn’t give up a single walk on four walks, and struck out six. His earned run average is 1.29.

According to Canadian media Sportsnet, Ryu Hyun-jin’s restraint was formed at 87 to 88 miles on the 5th, and on this day, he recorded a maximum of 88.4 miles.

Sportsnet said, “The return schedule of a pitcher who has undergone Tommy John surgery is not precisely determined, but in the case of Ryu Hyun-jin, he is undoubtedly going in the right direction.”

Toronto general manager Ross Atkins said in an interview with the media, “Ryu Hyun-jin can join the big leagues if he throws 80 to 100 balls with full power.” I think it can be thrown as a couple of starts.”

In other words, if he succeeds in increasing his innings by making two starts, he will be called up to the major leagues. Currently, it seems that he will be called to the major leagues immediately after completing Double A on the 15th or 16th and Triple A on the 20th or 21st. His return is likely between the 25th and 31st.토토사이트 순위

It is interesting that Toronto’s schedule for late July is three consecutive away games against the Los Angeles Dodgers (25-27) and three consecutive home games against the Los Angeles Angels (29-31). He may make his first appearance in his career against his home team, the Dodgers, and make a comeback. Or the Angels batting line led by Shohei Ohtani is the opponent before returning.

Toronto recently pitched well after Alec Manoa returned from a month-long minor league class. Expectations are rising that Ryu Hyun-jin will be able to build a solid rotation again if he joins at the end of this month.