Toronto Blue Jays Ryu Hyun-jin takes no-decision against the Baltimore Orioles last Friday (local Korean time). Also, it was his second straight no-decision. The left-hander gave two runs on eight hits while throwing for six innings against the Orioles.
He went out after six innings for the Blue Jays with the score even at 2-2. Also, the team got the go-ahead run in the sixth. However, Ryu blew the opportunity for a win. Before the game, the team’s bullpen has the fourth-lowest ERA in the MLB with 3.29.
However, the Blue Jays lost the lead in the eighth inning. Jordan Romana threw a solo home run to Renato Nunez, which tied the game. The Orioles scored a run in the tenth inning to get the lead with two outs.
Ryu Hyun-jin Takes No-Decision
Ryu walked one batter and struck out seven Orioles. It was his first walk in three starts. According to sports news reports, Ryu remained at 2-1. However, his ERA dropped to 3.16 from 3.19. In his five starts this month, Ryu gave up five runs in 28 innings. He resulted in an ERA of 1.61. Also, he gave up six walks and 31 strikeouts.
Based on online sports betting sources, Ryu had an extra day’s rest after the team and Boston Red Sox didn’t play the game last Thursday. They agreed to cancel the game to protest the police shooting in Wisconsin.
According to betting odds experts, Ryu gave up at least a hit for every inning he threw against Baltimore. Also, he avoided trouble until Toronto’s infield defense cracked in the 6th inning. He gave up a single to Hanser Alberto in the first. However, the Blue Jays managed to prevent Orioles from earning a run when Randal Grichuk made a diving catch. Ryu ended the first inning on a double play by Jose Iglesias.