What will Ryu Hyun-jin (36, Toronto Blue Jays) do this year? The evaluation of the local media came out.
On the 7th (Korean time), ESPN of the United States evaluated the starters of 30 American Major League Baseball (MLB) clubs. The 2023 season results were predicted and ranked. Toronto ranked 8th overall. Ryu Hyun-jin predicted that he would record 3 wins and 4 losses.
Ryu Hyun-jin was out of the season early last year. In early June, he underwent ligament splicing surgery after feeling pain in his left elbow. He entered rehabilitation with a total of 6 games, 27 innings, 2 wins, and an earned run average of 5.67. He is building his body with the goal of returning in July.
ESPN first predicted that Kevin Gaussman would be 23-9 in the Toronto starting lineup, Chris Bassitt 22-10, and Alec Manoa 22-8. Jose Berrios, a candidate for the 4th and 5th starting competition, evaluated that he would record 13-14, Yusei Kikuchi 7-11, Nate Pearson 5-6, and Mitch White 2-5. Lastly, Ryu Hyun-jin’s name was written. 바카라
The media said, “With the addition of Bassett, Toronto has three strong starting pitchers who can potentially win more than 20 wins,” and then said, “But can Berrios get on the right track? Ryu Hyun-jin raised a question, saying, “Can he return until the middle of the season as he wants?” Berrios signed a 7-year, $131 million contract with Toronto ahead of the 2022 season. However, it fell short of expectations last year with an average ERA of 5.23 with 12 wins and 7 losses in 32 games and 172 innings.
ESPN picked the New York Yankees as the team that built the most powerful starting lineup in the 2023 season. Gerrit Cole predicted 23-7, Carlos Rodon 25-7, Nestor Cortes 20-9, Luis Severino 18-8, and Frankie Montas 11-8. The Yankees ranked first overall in the major leagues and first in the American League (AL).
In the National League (NL), the Milwaukee Brewers took first place. 2nd overall in the big leagues. The media predicted that Corbin Burns would go 25-6, Brandon Woodruff 24-7, Eric Lauer 16-14, Freddy Peralta 17-7, and Aaron Ashby 9-5.