Texas ranks first in the American League batting average (0.266) and scoring (793). Ryu Hyun-jin (36, Toronto) has the strongest offense among the teams he faced after returning from injury.
On the other hand, Toronto’s batters are in the worst situation in terms of the season as a whole. Matt Chapman, Danny Janson, and Brandon Belt were out due to injuries, and Bobisset also went in and out due to injuries and did not seem to have fully recovered yet. Wit Maryfield, who was once very active, is also on the decline.스포츠토토
Although the two teams are competing for wild cards, there is definitely a difference in terms of current power. Toronto failed to score a single point while Ryu Hyun-jin threw it. With such a water bat, I wondered how he was able to achieve this level of performance (80 wins, 65 losses, 0.552 wins in the season).
Nevertheless, Ryu Hyun-jin was in charge of the mound until the sixth inning and did his part enough. Cornerwork, an advantage, was better than usual. The ball (85.7 miles, about 138 kilometers, cutter) that hit a home run by Robbie Grossman in the fourth inning was also not a mistake. It would have been better if it was a little closer to the body, but the batter hit it well for the breaking ball.
Above all, Ryu Hyun-jin and the Toronto coaching staff must have known well that they should be careful of Marcus Simian and Corey Seager, the opponents’ first and second hitters. Simian blocked all three at-bats well, but gave up two hits to Seager.
Seager’s hit, however, was not a very good hit either. The heavy hit in the fourth inning rolled to the side of the second base while Toronto second baseman Davis Schneider moved his defensive position to the right. The sixth-inning double was also missed because right fielder George Springer was too far behind on the right line. Seager can be said to have been lucky.
Although emphasized several times, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. should also play his role in Toronto’s batting lineup when it is crucial. On the same day, he had no hits and one strikeout in four at-bats, including two outfield fly balls. Guerrero’s performance will have a significant impact on Toronto’s remaining regular season and wild card races.
KBO President Advisor Kim In-sik and former national team coach
Former director Kim In-sik.
Kim In-sik, president of the Korea Baseball Organization (KBO), was nicknamed the “national coach” for his leadership in putting Korean baseball in the ranks of global powerhouses. He is well versed in Major League Baseball (MLB) as well as domestic baseball. As the head coach of the World Baseball Classic (WBC) national team, he not only dealt with MLB’s top stars, but also continues to analyze MLB games.