MLB’s last-place team loses its second game of the season after Hyun-Jin Ryu pitches 5 innings of 2-run ball.
Toronto’s Hyun-jin Ryu pitched relatively well with five innings of two-run ball, but the team’s bats went silent as he suffered his second loss of the season.
Hyun-jin Ryu started today’s (July 7) game against Oakland at the Oakland Coliseum in Oakland, California, and allowed two runs on five hits with five strikeouts and one walk over five innings. Ryu, who was removed from the game in the bottom of the sixth inning with the score 2-1, took the loss as Toronto was unable to rally and lost the game 5-2.
Ryu’s season ERA rose slightly from 2.48 to 2.65.
Starting on four days’ rest for the first time this season, Ryu pitched a scoreless third inning, but gave up a two-run homer to left field to Carlos Perez in the bottom of the fourth.
Through five innings, Ryu had thrown 77 pitches, including 23 cutters, 21 four-seam fastballs, 18 changeups, and 11 curves.
Ryu’s fastball was measured at 90.7 miles per hour (146 kilometers per hour), and his lowest was 62.5 miles per hour (101 kilometers per hour) on a slow curveball.
Ryu had pitched five innings of two earned runs or less in his last five games, but the loss ended his personal three-game winning streak.
Toronto, which was trying to clinch the second American League wild card, had its four-game winning streak snapped as it was swept by Oakland, 카지노사이트넷 which is last in the majors in winning percentage.