The return of Ryu Hyun-jin’s hope that he only tried to be perfect… restore self-esteem? KKKKKKKK ‘Splendid Shining Ceremony’

After discovering myself trying to be perfect… ”

Alec Manoa (25, Toronto Blue Jays) fell into a terrible slump this season. He once said the above in an interview with local media. It was a confession that he had driven himself into a slump by becoming an obsession with having to throw too well.안전사이트

At the time, Manoa said, “Throwing a strike is the best.” He went back to the Rookie League and re-adjusted his pitching mechanics. He suffered greatly with 1 loss and 14.09 earned run average in 2 games, but Toronto brought Manoa back before the All-Star break.

And Manoa made a pitch of reversal in his return match. On the 8th (hereinafter Korean time), in an away game against the 2023 Major League Detroit Tigers held at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan, USA, he won 2 wins (7 losses) of the season with 5 hits, 8 strikeouts and 1 run in 6 innings. His earned run average is 5.91.

He didn’t throw 95 or 96 mph four-seams as usual. When he struck out Spencer Torkelson in the 1st inning he had put up 93.7 mph. He got a right-handed hit from Matt Beering as the two-seam was driven to the center, but Carrie Carpenter threw a high fastball into left field.

After inducing a tripartite in the second inning, he was hit in a row by Andy Ibanez and Jack Rogers in the third. He was hit by a fast ball. In the end, the first pitch of 93 miles to Torkelson went into the middle, giving up one RBI. But the point was that this was all. Carpenter was treated as a first baseman line drive with a changeup, and in the 4th inning with 6 points on his back, he made a tripartite. In the 5th episode, he also committed a triple offense.

After one out in the 6th inning, Manoa threw a two-seam to Beering and got an infield hit, but struck out Carpenter with a 94-mile four-seam swing and Javier Baez with a 93-mile four-seam strikeout with a miss as well. The slider was used effectively.

With Manoa’s return, the Toronto starting lineup took a breather. A full-fledged 5 starting rotation was reestablished. Now, when Hyun-Jin Ryu returns at the end of July, someone has to move to the bullpen, and at this point it’s either Yusei Kikuchi or Chris Bassit. Of course, Manoa also needs to be tested a little more.

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