Among the fastballs that Ryu Hyun-jin (Toronto Blue Jays) threw in the game against the Colorado Rockies, the fastest ball speed was 145 kilometers per hour.

There are only a few pitchers in the major leagues who can survive at 145 kilometers per hour. Ryu Hyun-jin is one of them. However, Ryu Hyun-jin cooks big league sluggers with his control. He catches batters with breaking balls such as curves and changeups.

Clayton Kershaw, who had a meal with Ryu Hyun-jin in the Los Angeles Dodgers, narrowly avoided being the losing pitcher in the game against the Miami Marlins.

Kershaw started in the away game against the Miami Marlins on the 6th (Korean time) and allowed 3 runs (2 home runs) in 5 innings.먹튀검증

Kershaw revealed problems with his control that day. In addition, even the fastball velocity was lower than usual. Since returning from the injured list, Kershaw hasn’t looked as sharp as he did earlier in the season when he was posting a Cy Young-caliber campaign. He gave up five walks.

According to American media, Kershaw said after the game, “I didn’t have good control, but what can I do? All I can do is try to throw better.”

Manager Dave Roberts said Kershaw’s injured left shoulder still isn’t in a position to throw the ball like it normally would. His command hasn’t been terrible over his last few starts, but his four-seam fastball velocity has dropped 2.7 mph.

The fastest ball Kershaw threw that day was a four-seam at 89.9 miles per hour (144 kilometers per hour).

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