Toronto’s Hyun-jin Ryu had his first “quality start” in 480 days, allowing three runs in six innings, but his offense struggled.
Ryu dominated the Texas Rangers, the American League’s “team batting average leader,” with aggressive pitching early in the game.
With perfect command of his pitches, he threw first-pitch strikes to extend his ‘no-hit’ streak through the third inning, only to be struck down by a more aggressive batting lineup in the fourth.토토사이트
After allowing a leadoff single to Corey Seager on a fastball, he gave up another fastball to the next batter, Grossman, for a two-run homer to left.
Ryu gave up two more runs on a sacrifice fly in the sixth inning, but he got the job done with a six-inning, three-run, quality start, his first in 480 days since May of last year and his first since returning from injury.
The team lost 6-3, and Ryu took the loss despite his strong outing, improving to 3-3 on the season.