Toronto Blue Jays starter Hyun-jin Ryu didn’t allow a baserunner in the second inning.
Hyun-jin Ryu threw a scoreless second inning against the Oakland Athletics on Sunday (July 7) at Oakland Coliseum in Oakland, California, USA.
He struck out the first batter he faced, Jordan Diaz, on a wild pitch. Working to a 2-1 unfavorable count, he worked back into the count with a low-60s fastball and then followed it up with a curveball to rattle the batters’ timing.온라인카지노
He followed that up with a 90-mph four-seam fastball to center field, which caught him off guard. Diaz remained frozen at the plate.
On the next pitch, he induced a grounder and took it easily.
Against the next batter, Carlos Perez, he induced a routine grounder that rolled toward third base with a cutter for the out.
He then induced a grounder to Kevin Smith with a changeup to get the final out.
He pitched a scoreless second inning to protect the lead he’d built in the top of the first.
He conserved his energy. He threw 12 pitches in the second inning, bringing his total to 21.