Yang Hyun-jong, who didn’t lose a point before returning to Korea, is still in danger.
Yang Hyun-jong, 33, of Texas, who returned to the Major League after about two months, blocked two innings without a run in his return game.
Yang Hyun-jong pitched at home against Houston in the 2021 Major League Baseball held at Globe Life Field on the 29th (Korea time), recording three hits, one walk and one strikeout in two innings.
In the seventh inning, when the team was trailing 2-5, Yang Hyun-jong, who took the mound after starter Colby Allard, recorded 29 pitches and the highest fastball speed was 148 kilometers per hour.
He took the big league mound 78 days after the Los Angeles Dodgers game on June 12, but the situation is still in jeopardy.
In particular, he blocked two innings without a run against Houston on the same day, but he couldn’t clean up his anxiety as he brought himself into the crisis of every inning.
In the seventh inning, Yang Hyun-jong finished the inning with Kyle Tucker as a left fielder. There was also a crisis in the eighth inning, and fortunately, he was able to catch a breath by treating Brantley with a double hit in front of the second baseman at first and second bases with one out.
The poor speed of speed and control did not change much before going down to the minor league.
Above all, since there was no clear decision to overpower the opponent after making an advantageous ball count, Houston batters were very aggressive and put a bat on Yang Hyun-jong’s ball.
In fact, even before he was demoted, Yang often got hit hard when his ball became familiar to his opponents. In other words, unfortunately, the current pitching and pitching patterns do not work for Major League hitters.
The team’s situation is not easy either.
Yang Hyun-jong has been ordered to call up the big league due to the collective coronavirus and string injuries of pitchers in the Texas team. It is not an exaggeration to say that it is a miracle 토토추천사이트
However, if he continues to look as anxious as he did in the match against Houston, he cannot guarantee his participation. In particular, as the roaster expands in September, prospects for the minor leagues under Texas will rise.
It is clear who will be given the chance first, among players in their early to mid-30s and promising players. In fact, attention is drawn to what kind of flame Yang Hyun-jong will burn in his last chance to play in the Major League.