“His form is crazy, the driving force behind his victory,” Ryu Hyun-jin’s perfect pitch was highly praised. This is the master class!

“Form crazy.” “Without a doubt, it was the driving force behind the victory.” “It reminded me of what level my best skills are.” “Master Class.”

The fantastic pitching of Ryu Hyun-jin 소닉카지노 (Toronto) received rave reviews in the US. The Toronto Blue Jays praised the perfect pitching of the ace through the expression of respect called ‘master class’ along with the Korean buzzword ‘body crazy’ on the official SNS.

On the 21st (Korean time), Ryu Hyun-jin started the away game against the Cincinnati Reds at the Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, and recorded 5 innings, 4 hits, 1 walk, 7 strikeouts and 2 runs (unauthorized) and 2 wins (1 loss) of the season. harvested the seed Toronto also won 10-3 thanks to Ryu Hyun-jin’s counterattack and the explosion of the other line, finishing the Cincinnati expedition with 2 wins and 1 loss.

Toronto posted a photo of Ryu Hyun-jin’s pitching and strikeout video on the club’s social media immediately after the game. At the same time, Ryu Hyun-jin’s nickname, “Monster,” was introduced together with “Master Class,” which expresses a master. It was a tribute with a double meaning that Ryu Hyun-jin showed his skills one level above the Cincinnati batting line through a kind of masterpiece.

In addition, he left the expression of ‘form crazy’, a Korean buzzword of praise, in Korean, and praised Ryu Hyun-jin’s pitching that day as a fuss.

The Toronto Star, a Canadian media outlet, said, “Ryu Hyun-jin’s average speed never exceeded 90 mph that day and averaged only 87.4 mph, but he subdued the hitters with a clever trick.” . All pitches were a weapon to catch strikes,” he praised his pitching.

Reporter Mike Willner, columnist for the Toronto Star, also posted on his social media account, “Ryu Hyun-jin showed off a dazzling pitch again. 14 consecutive innings with no score,” he said. “It is most surprising that a player who has undergone Tommy John surgery and has been rehabilitated for more than 14 months shows such good control. Most of the players who undergo Tommy John surgery recover their control power last.”

As the Toronto Star put it, out of 83 pitches Ryu Hyun-jin threw that day, 38 were four-seam fastballs (46%), 18 were changeups (22%), 16 were curveballs (19%) and 11 were cutters (13%). The opponent made a total of 36 swings, 8 of which were misses and 15 fouls. 34% of balls went through the strike zone or went wrong.

Although he did not overwhelm the batters, he only had two hard hits while displaying aggressive pitches. This is in stark contrast to Cincinnati starting pitcher Hunter Green, who allowed 11 hard hits while throwing a fastball with a maximum speed of 100.3 miles and an average speed of 98.4 miles. Other American media also praised his excellent control and game management ability to overwhelm opponents without throwing his fastball.

MLB.com, the official homepage of the US Major League, praised Ryu Hyun-jin again, saying, “This day’s game reminded me of what level Ryu Hyun-jin’s best skills are.” I saw that I overpowered the Cincinnati lineup with pitching that day.

He said, “Ryu Hyun-jin is a pitcher who reads the swing and thoughts of the batter well, so he is a very dangerous pitcher for young, aggressive hitters.” Ryu Hyun-jin threw a curveball at 66 mph and 67 mph against Cruz and struck out.”

Cincinnati’s Ellie Del La Cruz is considered a “monster rookie” with excellent athleticism. Although it was not a sensational performance at the beginning of the league, the image of Del La Cruz, who excelled in long hitting power, striking out on an ultra-slow curve of only 106 km, seemed to be an impressive scene for the American media as well.

The excitement of the Canadian media was even greater. Another Toronto media, Sportsnet, praised Ryu Hyun-jin, saying, “Ryu Hyun-jin’s pitching was undoubtedly the driving force behind the victory on this day,” and “Ryu Hyun-jin showed off the best pitching after surgery.”

Afterwards, Sportsnet reviewed Ryu Hyun-jin’s second win of the season through its radio broadcast, and emphasized the need for Ryu Hyun-jin’s contract extension, which ends his 4-year contract with Toronto at the end of this season. Sportsnet said, “Toronto tentatively has five starting pitchers next year, but considering Ryu Hyun-jin’s current performance, he can offer a one-year or two-year contract with an option.”

At the same time, Sportsnet also revealed the prospect that if Ryu Hyun-jin obtains FA status again, he can choose a team in the Western Division, such as the LA Dodgers, where he has played an active role in the past. As a result, it was predicted that if Ryu Hyun-jin moved to a team other than Toronto, the club could be left with regret.

As such, it seems that the atmosphere of the US and Canadian media, which had a pessimistic outlook and doubts about his performance after Ryu Hyun-jin’s injury, has changed to praise all at once.