Ryu Hyun-jin (Toronto Blue Jays), who had two minor league appearances in the minor league single A, starts a full-fledged return to the big league. He now has a Triple-A start.
On the 15th (Korean time), Keegan Matheson, in charge of the Toronto Blue Jays, of ‘MLB.com’ said, “Ryu Hyun-jin will pitch tomorrow (16th) at Triple-A Buffalo.”토토사이트
Ryu Hyun-jin underwent the second Tommy John surgery in his life after suffering from forearm pain last year.Tommy John surgery is a major surgery that usually takes more than a year to return, and it can lead to the life of a pitcher. decided to undergo surgery to continue his active life.,
Ryu Hyun-jin planned to return from the big leagues starting with the All-Star break, and made a steady body, such as losing a whopping 13kg.,Ryu Hyun-jin’s rehabilitation process was very smooth. On the 5th, Ryu Hyun-jin started his full-fledged comeback by recording 3 innings, 4 hits, 5 strikeouts and 1 run (1 earned run) in a rehabilitation appearance with the Detroit Tigers’ Minor League Single A. The second pitch was more solid
. On the 10th, Ryu Hyun-jin started in a home match against Tampa Bay Tarpons, a minor league single-A affiliate of the New York Yankees, and recorded 3 hits, 4 walks, 1 strikeout and no runs in 4 innings. 37 pitches were enough for the game.
Ryu Hyun-jin’s task is to increase the number of pitches and innings, as well as increase his speed. His best velocity in his last first and second appearances was around 88 miles (about 142 km). First of all, Ryu Hyun-jin, who has achieved good results in two appearances against Single A, is now properly starting to return to the major leagues. On the 16th, he will make his third appearance after surgery at Triple A.
According to Keegan Matheson of ‘MLB.com’ and Ben Nicholson-Smith of Canada’s ‘Sportsnet’, Hyun-jin Ryu pitched 4 to 5 innings in the game on the 16th, targeting 65 pitches. If he finishes the game with as few pitches as he did in the last 10, he will likely fill the remaining pitches out of the bullpen. Toronto general manager Ross Atkins predicts that by the time Ryu Hyun-jin returns to the big leagues, he will be able to throw 80 to 100 pitches.
Ben Nicholson-Smith said, “Ideally, Toronto wants at least 85 pitches in the minor leagues before Ryu Hyun-jin returns to the majors,” predicting that he will need two more rehabilitation appearances. In other words, Ryu Hyun-jin’s return is now really imminent.
According to Ben Nicholson-Smith, Ryu Hyun-jin, who is about to make his third appearance after surgery, had time to train with major league players at the Rogers Center in Toronto, Canada on the 15th. It is expected that we will be able to see Ryu Hyun-jin on the big league stage in August.