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Hyun-Jin Ryu has 14 wins… Toronto’s ‘Autumn Baseball’ frustration (2 overall)

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5 innings and 2 runs over Baltimore… Toronto wins 12-4, but season ends behind Yankees and Boston

Ryu Hyun-jin fights back in the last appearance of the 2021 regular league

[캐내디언 프레스/AP=연합뉴스]

(Seoul = Yonhap News) Reporter Jang Hyeon-gu = Ryu Hyun-jin (34, Toronto Blue Jays) pitched 5 innings in the last game of the U.S. professional baseball regular league in 2021, reaching 14 wins for the fourth time in his career.

Toronto won 12-4 with Hyun-Jin Ryu’s counter-throwing and hot batting line, but the American League Wild Card 1st and 2nd place Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees won side by side and unfortunately missed out on the ‘Fall Baseball’ qualification by one win.

Ryu Hyun-jin started out in the American professional baseball home game against the Baltimore Orioles at the Rogers Center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the 4th (Korean time), struck out seven in five innings and allowed two runs.

After hitting six hits, including one home run, Hyun-Jin Ryu passed the baton in the sixth inning, leading 12-2 to Nate Pearson and retreated.

It is the first time in 4 games since the game against the New York Yankees on the 7th of last month, when Ryu Hyun-jin threw more than 5 innings and harvested his 13th win of the season with 6 innings of scoreless back pitching.

With Toronto’s 12-4 victory, Hyun-Jin Ryu became the fourth player to win 14 games (10 losses) after advancing to the big leagues after 2013-2014 and 2019.

Since joining the big leagues in 2013, he has started in 31 games this year, the most. However, his ERA of 4.37 was the worst since he set foot on US soil.

Hyunjin Ryu challenged to win 14 of the season against Baltimore
Hyunjin Ryu challenged to win 14 of the season against Baltimore


Despite the victory, Ryu Hyun-jin did not laugh. Boston and the Yankees won side by side, and Toronto’s fall baseball was thwarted.

The Yankees took a dramatic wildcard victory against the Tampa Bay Rays, thanks to Aaron Judge’s finish-off infield hit in the bottom of the ninth, 1-2.

Boston also won 7-5 against the Washington Nationals thanks to a two-run home run from Rafael Devers in the ninth inning, who faced 5-5.

Boston and the Yankees were 92-70, side by side, and Toronto finished the season with 91-71, one win less than the two teams.

The Yankees and Bonner will face off in a wild card battle to determine their advance to the Division Series (3 out of 5).

Ryu Hyun-jin, who caught Cedric Mullins in the first inning with a shortstop grounder in the first inning of the day, struck out four consecutive batters until two outs in the second inning.

Ryu Hyun-jin, who decorated two outs in the first inning with a ‘K’ with a changeup that is a ‘report of transfer’, struck out in a row with a big curve and a fast ball like an awl in the second inning.

Then, he threw a cut fastball at Tyler Nevin, the first batter in the 3rd inning, leading 5-0, and gave up a huge left-hand home run. This is Ryu Hyun-jin’s 24th home run of the season.

Ryu Hyun-jin immediately conceded a heavy hit to Fat Burleika, but he did not score additional points by batting the following three batters with two ground balls.

The Toronto batting line exploded like an active volcano from the beginning, allowing Ryu Hyun-jin to lessen the burden and focus on the match with the batter.

In the first inning, George Springer sent a home run to the left midwall stand, a leading hitter that predicted a big win.

Theosca Hernandez and Santiago Espinal hit the right time with a stepping stone in the 1st, 1st and 3rd base in the first inning, which was made up of hits by Marcus Simeon and Beau Bisset, giving Toronto a 3-0 lead.

In the 2nd inning, Vladimir Guerrero Jr. pushed from 2nd to 1st base and shot a two-run four-run, decorating his 48th home run of the season.

Springer roared after sending a grand slam out of the middle wall to run away 9-1 in the third inning.

Hyunjin Ryu throws the ball while coach Montoyo and his trainer watch
Hyunjin Ryu throws the ball while coach Montoyo and his trainer watch

[캐내디언 프레스/AP=연합뉴스]

Ryu Hyun-jin was hit in the inner thigh of his right leg with a strong batted ball from Pedro Severino in the first base of the 4th inning. While he was hit by Ryu Hyun-jin and the ball bounced in front of the catcher, Severino went on base with an infield hit.

After squatting for a while, Hyun-jin Ryu informed manager Charlie Montoyo that there was nothing wrong, after squatting for a while, he struck out two batters, cooked an infield ground ball, and finished the inning without a run.

Ryu Hyun-jin gave one more point at the end of the 5th inning.

After one shot, Rich Martin and Mullins hit back-to-back.

Shortstop Bissett caught the strong hit of Ryan Mount Castle well and aimed to kill him.

Ryu Hyun-jin allowed the ball to hit his body and walk, and he was driven to two bases. At a time when he could not have completed five innings in four consecutive games, Hyun-Jin Ryu caught Severino with a floating ball in right field and sighed.

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