In the ‘pitcher’s cemetery,’ Ryu allows 2 runs over 5 innings, costing him his fourth victory of the year because to bullpen issues.
Toronto’s Hyun-jin Ryu pitched well at Coors Field, known as the “graveyard of pitchers” in American baseball, but relievers’ struggles cost him his fourth win of the season.
Ryu Hyun-jin started today’s (Feb. 2) game against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado, and pitched five innings, allowing two runs on four hits (one home run). He threw 76 pitches. He walked two and struck out three, raising his ERA slightly to 2.48.
After retiring two straight batters, Ryu gave up a two-run homer to Montero in the third inning, which was the only run he allowed.
Ryu had what appeared to be the winning run in the top of the sixth inning, as Toronto took a 4-2 lead on Jansen’s two-run double.
However, in the bottom of the sixth, Cabrera, the third pitcher after Garcia, gave up a three-run homer to Nolan Jones, ruining Ryu’s chances.
Toronto went on to win 13-9 thanks to a late rally at the plate. Toronto has won the last five games in which Ryu has pitched.
Coors Field is known as a “pitcher’s graveyard” because of its low air resistance, 카지노사이트넷 which encourages long balls, and the teams traded five home runs today.