Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Ryu Hyun-jin will make his last rehab appearance on the schedule.

Ryu Hyun-jin will start against the Syracuse Mets under the New York Mets in the Triple A game held at NBT Bank Stadium in Syracuse, New York on the 22nd (Korean time). This is his 4th rehabilitation appearance in the minor leagues, and Ryu Hyun-jin is scheduled to pitch 80-85 pitches and pitch 5 or more innings.카지노

Ryu Hyun-jin, who underwent elbow ligament reconstruction surgery in June of last year, has already completed three rehabilitation appearances this month. Hyunjin Ryu recorded 1 run in 3 innings in the Rookie League, 4 scoreless innings in Single A, and 5 scoreless innings in Triple A, showing a record of 1 win and 1.50 ERA in a total of 3 games in the Minor League.

Win-loss ERA does not mean much to Ryu Hyun-jin right now. He should be able to get his pitch count up to 85 and earn a spot in the starting rotation in the major leagues. His velocity came up to 89.8 mph (about 144.5 km) in the minor leagues, and if he can symbolically bring it up to 90 mph or more, it seems like a better comeback scenario.

Initially, there is a possibility that Ryu Hyun-jin will make two more rehabilitation appearances, but local media recently see the game on the 22nd as the last rehabilitation appearance. ‘CBS Sports’ quoted a report from ‘Sportsnet Canada’ on the 20th and said, “Ryu Hyun-jin plans to throw at least 80 pitches in a game that is expected to be his last rehabilitation appearance in Triple A on the 22nd.”

The above media predicted, “Ryu Hyun-jin’s average fastball speed is about 87 to 88 miles, which is a little less than before the elbow surgery. However, the Toronto club is not too worried about Ryu Hyun-jin’s speed and expects to get faster again soon. Hyun-jin Ryu is like Toronto’s ’emergency money’ that can still work in the league.”

If Ryu Hyun-jin fulfills the team’s mission (5 innings, 80 pitches or more) without any major problems in this pitch, the next pitch is highly likely to be in the major leagues. Toronto plays the Los Angeles Angels on the 29th-31st of this month, which could enter the series due to rotation dates.

Current Toronto starting rotation is Yusei Kikuchi on the 29th, Alec Manoa on the 30th, and Jose Berrios on the 31st. However, with the return of Ryu Hyun-jin, there is plenty of room for changes in the starting rotation. Director John Schneider also expected that with Ryu Hyun-jin’s return, flexible rotation management would be possible. Will Ryu Hyun-jin be able to complete his last assignment before returning to the major leagues?

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