Dodgers media that raised the possibility of Ryu Hyun-jin’s trade, said, “If Toronto…”
Los Angeles Dodgers media has mentioned Ryu Hyun-jin (34, Toronto Blue Jays) as a candidate for trade.
The U.S. Dodgers “Dazzer Blue” included Ryu Hyun-jin, who played for seven years with the Dodgers until 2019, listing a list of starting pitchers that the Dodgers would recruit when the trade deadline was late this month.
The Dodgers currently have only three players, Walker Bueller, Julio Urias and Tony Gonsolin, in rotation. Trevor Bauer, who was recruited by FA, has been on administrative leave for more than three weeks after leaving the country on charges of assaulting women. As a police investigation is underway, there is a possibility of being released, not to mention returning for the rest of the season. Clayton Kershaw is also expected to return in August as he is also on the injured list with a sprained forearm. 파워볼사이트
Dodgers, which are challenging to win the second consecutive World Series title, need to strengthen their starting pitchers in time for the trade deadline. “Dazzer Blue” picked Max Schuerzer (Washington), Jose Berrios (Minesota), Jack Flaherty (St. Louis), Hermann Marquez (Colorado) and Robbie Ray (Toronto) as possible starters for “Top Tier.”
He also mentioned Kyle Gibson (Texas), Michael Pineda, Kenta Maeda (Minnesota), Danny Duffy (Kansas City), John Gray (Colorado), Kyle Hendrix (Chicago Cubs), Jameson Tyyon (New York Yankees), Matthew Botte (Detroit), and Dylan Bundy (LA Angel).
The media said, “If Toronto falls behind in the ranking competition, they can hear trade inquiries. Ryu Hyun-jin, who is currently 34 years old, will receive 20 million dollars each for the next two seasons. “The team that recruits him should take considerable financial responsibility,” Ryu Hyun-jin, who has an ERA of 3.56 and FIP 4.07 in 98 innings this season, has a career average of 3.02 and FIP 3.38. It is not efficient compared to the beginning of his career, but he will be a strong pitcher for any team.’
The media also said, “The main reason Toronto trades Ryu Hyun-jin is to reduce his salary. This is especially true if he wants to protect Marcus Semien and Ray, who have to sign substantial off-season contracts.’ Infielder Semien and pitcher Ray will be FA again after the season with a one-year contract. Ryu Hyun-jin was used as a trade resource to renew his contract with the two players, and the possibility of emptying his payroll was seen.
However, it is likely to end up with only the wishes and wishes of the Dodgers media. There are no trade rumors related to Ryu Hyun-jin in Toronto and local media. Rey, who has been awakened since June, boasts a first-round pace, but has not shown steady performance for a long time like Ryu Hyun-jin. It is unlikely that Ray will be the ace next year instead of Ryu Hyun-jin due to his short-term performance.
Above all, Toronto is tied for third in the American League East with 48 wins and 43 losses. It is not easy to win the championship after seven games behind the No. 1 Boston Red Sox, but it is tied for fourth place on the wild card. He has the right to chase Auckland Athletics, which is second place, by a four-game difference. Ryu Hyun-jin’s trade cannot be in a situation where he cannot give up baseball in the fall.