13 at-bats, no hits, terrible natural enemy relationship RYU

13 at-bats, no hits, terrible natural enemy relationship RYU is the wall of wailing for ML’s best hitter


Mike Trout (31, LA Angels), who reigns as the best hitter in the Major League, was again beaten by Ryu Hyun-jin (35, Toronto Blue Jays). It was the first pitching and hitting match in three years, but the relationship between natural enemies was reaffirmed.

Trout started as the third batter center fielder in the 2022 Major League Baseball home game against Toronto at Anaheim Angels Stadium in California on the 27th (Korea Standard Time), and Ryu Hyun-jin was blocked with no hits in three at-bats. Ryu Hyun-jin led Toronto to a 6-3 victory with six hits, one walk, one strikeout and two runs in five innings and won his second win of the season.

Prior to the match, Trout was thoroughly hit by four strikeouts in 10 at-bats against Ryu Hyun-jin in a total of 10 matches. There were no walks. Ryu Hyun-jin made sure to take the lead on Trout with no hits and one strikeout in four at-bats in his first match on May 29, 2013, when he was with the LA Dodgers. He then continued his strong performance with no hits and one strikeout in three at-bats on August 8, 2014, and two strikeouts in three at-bats on June 11, 2019.

Ryu Hyun-jin faced off for the first time since he moved to Toronto. It was Trout who met his natural enemy for the first time in three years, but the results were not different. In his first at-bat in the first inning, he pushed an 88.6-mile four-seam fastball that came into Ryu’s fourth pitch, but was caught with a fly ball to right field

He then stepped down with a hit in the third inning with no outs and runners on first and second base. Trout, who fouled off his fifth curve in ball count 2B-2S, lost his timing to a low changeup outside the sixth pitch. As it became a grounder to shortstop, the first baseman was forced out from second base. Trout was a valuable out count for Ryu, who lived at first base but was shaken by three consecutive hits.

Ryu also won the fifth inning as the leadoff hitter. Ryu Hyun-jin got a strike for the first and second consecutive pitches. All 3rd to 5th balls have a full count with the outside ball. Trout stepped down to a pop fly to first base after Ryu Hyun-jin’s sixth pitch cutter hit the ball 안전놀이터

As a result, Trout and Ryu Hyun-jin’s career record was no hits in 13 at-bats. Ryu Hyun-jin is the only pitcher Trout has faced with more than 10 at-bats in his career who failed to hit and even failed to get on base. It’s a wall of wailing for Trout

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