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Ryu Hyun-jin (36-Toronto) has received a lot of praise for his second win of the season.
After Ryu’s five innings of two-run (unearned) baseball in a 10-3 win over Cincinnati on April 21, Toronto posted a video of Ryu’s pitching on the club’s social media, labeling it a “monster” and a “master class”. They also wrote “Ryu Hyun-jin’s form is crazy” in Korean along with the Korean flag, expressing their admiration for his outstanding pitching.
Local media also praised him.
The official website of Major League Baseball said, “Ryu reminded us of what he is capable of at his best. He didn’t throw the hardest pitches, but he used clever pitches to control the opposing batters.”
“He reads hitters’ swings and thoughts well, which makes him especially strong against hitters with aggressive tendencies.” “Ryu struck out Cincinnati slugger Eli de la Cruz with a 66-mile-per-hour (about 106 kilometers per hour) and 67-mile-per-hour (108 kilometers per hour) curveball against Cruz,” the report said.
“Ryu’s pitching was undoubtedly the key to Toronto’s victory,” said Sportsnet, “and he pitched his best stuff since his surgery.”
Mike Wilner of the Toronto Star wrote, “Ryu hasn’t allowed an earned run in 14 straight innings. It’s hard to imagine a pitcher who’s been rehabbing for more than 14 months having such good command of his pitches.