‘Korean Monster’ Ryu Hyun-jin (36, Toronto Blue Jays) was selected as a starting pitcher to pay attention to in the free agent market.카지노사이트
Ryu Hyun-jin’s contract with the Toronto Blue Jays ends this year. In 2019, when he was with the LA Dodgers, he recorded 14-5 with an ERA of 2.32, ranking first in the National League in ERA and finishing second in the Cy Young Award voting. He hit the jackpot by signing a contract for 80 million dollars (approximately 105.8 billion won).
Ryu Hyun-jin, who returned in August of this year after undergoing Tommy John surgery last year, has appeared in 5 games and is showing off his strength with 3 wins and 1 loss with an ERA of 2.25. How will Ryu Hyun-jin be treated in the FA market after the end of this season?
On the 30th (hereinafter Korean time), the US ‘New York Post’ picked Ryu Hyun-jin as one of the attractive free agent starting pitchers, with the prospect that teams in the fall baseball competition for next season will actively reinforce starting pitchers.
The ‘New York Post’ said, “As the postseason berth has increased to 12, more teams are dreaming of advancing to the postseason, and fewer teams are tanking. Therefore, more teams are trying to upgrade in the offseason, and most of them need a starting pitcher. to,” he explained. Since last year, the major league has increased the number of teams in the postseason from 10 to 12.
Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani (29), who was considered the biggest starting pitcher in the upcoming free agency market, was recently diagnosed with a ligament rupture in his right elbow, and it is uncertain whether he will continue the ‘double sword’ next year, and Texas Rangers’ Max Scherzer (38) has the right to opt out. As they gave up, the options for each club became narrower.
The ‘New York Post’ mentioned Ohtani and Scherzer, saying, “Ohtani has been diagnosed with a ligament rupture in his right elbow, and it seems difficult to start next season. Scherzer also decided not to execute an opt-out after the end of this season on the condition of transferring to Texas.” .
Then, which FA starter should we pay attention to? The ‘New York Post’ mentioned 7 prospective free agent starting pitchers, including Ryu Hyun-jin.
“It is certain that attractive free agent players such as Ryu Hyun-jin, Sonny Gray, Jordan Montgomery, Aaron Nola, Blake Snell, Julio Urias, and Japanese star Yoshinobu Yamamoto, who have both talent and youth, will start a bidding war,” the New York Post said. View. Most of them are players who are playing full-time this season, but the name of Ryu Hyun-jin, who recently returned, is also included, drawing attention.
What are the chances of Ryu Hyun-jin remaining in Toronto? Or he might choose to transfer to another team. In fact, Toronto is a team with the league’s top starting rotation. The ‘New York Post’ said, “Toronto is building a strong 1-4 starting lineup, including Kevin Gaussman, Jose Berrios, Chris Bassitt, and Yusei Kikuchi. Alec Manoa is like a wild card. Last year’s American League Cy Young Award vote 3 Can he, who was on top, change after being relegated to the minor leagues? Prospect Ricky Tidman is also a player to keep an eye on,” he predicted, predicting that Toronto could complete the starting pitching staff without special FA reinforcement.