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Patrick Corbin would wear the Washington uniform in the next sixth year
IMAGE Patrick Corbin, who was named the biggest pitcher in the major league free agent market, signed with Washington. It is reported that Corbin would wear the Washington uniform in the next sixth year at $ 140 million. Left - hander Corbin has played as Arizona 's ace this season. 11 wins and seven losses and an average ERA of 3.15. 11 The win did not look great, but the pitching was excellent. It was a very good starting pitcher with a whiteness rate of 1.05 in the first inning and struck out 11.1 innings per nine innings. Corbin's 29-year-old is still young, which is why he made a big deal possible. Above all, the fact that Corbin has won a large contract for one year of "proof" for the 2018 season has much to do with the 2019 season of Ryu Hyun-Jin. Corbin made his debut in the 2012 season, becoming the star of the season with 14 wins and 8 losses in 2013. Arizona scored Corbin in the opening game of the 2014 season, but injured his elbow during spring training and had to undergo joint ligament surgery. In 2014, Corbin is 6-5 with 2015, 5-13 with an average of 5.15 in 2016, Eventually, he was dropped from the competition and moved to the bullpen. Corbin returned to the starting rotation for the 2017 season, 189.2 innings, 14-13, with an ERA of 4.03, which proved his durability in 2018. Through this, it succeeded in a big contract of $ 140 million for 6 years. Ryu has also returned from a long injury. Though he suffered a thigh muscle injury this season, he has shown that his shoulders and arms are fine. He is 7-3 with an average ERA of 1.97 against Corbin. WHIP 1.01 is better than Corbin. 9.7 strikeouts per nine innings are not bad either. 1.6 walks per nine innings are better than Corbin's 2.2. For Ryu Hyun-jin, the 2019 season is a chance to prove. Accepting qualifying offers was a wise decision, and if you succeed in proving it for one season, you can expect a big deal that is not less than Corbin.
Ryu gets nod for NLCS Game 2
Los Angeles Dodgers’ Korean left-hander Ryu Hyun-jin will start Game 2 of the National League Championship Series (NLCS) against the Milwaukee Brewers. LA manager Dave Roberts announced Thursday that Ryu will take the mound for the second game of the best-of-seven series at Miller Park in Milwaukee. The game is at 4:09 p.m. Saturday Eastern Standard Time, and at 5:09 a.m. Sunday in Seoul. The move comes as a bit of a surprise as Ryu had been expected to start Game 3 next Monday at Dodger Stadium in LA, with rookie right-hander Walker Buehler getting the Game 2 nod after Clayton Kershaw. Ryu pitched much better at home than on the road during the regular season, with a 5-2 record and a 1.15 ERA at Dodger Stadium and a 2-1 mark with a 3.58 ERA elsewhere. Ryu enters the series on a roll. He was the surprise Game 1 starter over Kershaw in the NL Division Series versus the Atlanta Braves on Oct. 4, and silenced doubters with seven shutout innings in a 6-0 victory. Over his past four starts, counting the postseason, Ryu has given up just one run in 26 innings, with 24 strikeouts against only two walks. Roberts explained he wanted to ride Ryu’s hot hands while he could, and also use Buehler, who took the loss in Game 3 against the Braves last Sunday, on extra rest at home. “We want to keep Ryu as current as possible. He’s pitching really well,” Roberts told MLB.com. “And then just to give Walker just a couple of extra days on the front end to get him ready.” The Brewers will counter with left-hander Wade Miley in Game 2. Ryu has only faced the Brewers once in his career, getting a win after allowing two runs on six hits in seven and one-third innings in May 2013. He’ll be facing a vastly different lineup this time around. Led by the NL MVP candidate Christian Yelich’s 36 home runs, the Brewers ranked second in the league behind the Dodgers with 218 dingers and topped the senior circuit with 124 steals. The Dodgers have made the postseason every year since Ryu’s rookie season in 2013. But this is Ryu’s first postseason appearance since 2014, after making just one regular season start between 2015 and 2016 after shoulder and elbow surgeries and getting left off the Dodgers’ postseason rosters in 2017. In four career postseason starts, Ryu has gone 2-0 with a 1.96 ERA, along with 17 strikeouts and three walks in 23 innings.