Toronto’s Ryu Hyun-jin allowed three runs in six innings in 480 days, making a so-called “quality start,” but he became a losing pitcher amid the sluggish batting lineup.

Ryu Hyun-jin defeated the Texas slugger, the “No. 1 team batting average” in the American League, with an aggressive pitch early in the game.토토사이트

He caught the first strike with perfect control and continued his “no hit” march until the third inning, when he was hit by an opponent’s batting line that came out more aggressively in the fourth inning.

After allowing a hit on the first pitch to leadoff hitter Corey Seager, he hit another two-run home run on the first pitch to the next batter Grossman.

Ryu Hyun-jin gave up one more run with a sacrifice fly after hitting two hits in the sixth inning, but he did his job by allowing three runs in six innings and making a quality start for the first time in 480 days since May last year.

Ryu Hyun-jin became a losing pitcher even after his team lost 6-3 and recorded 3 wins and 3 losses in the season.

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