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Toronto Reclaims 3rd Place in AL Wild Card

Toronto Reclaims 3rd Place in AL Wild Card

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Toronto Reclaims 3rd Place in AL Wild Card… Now it's Ryu Hyun-jin's Turn

Ryu Hyun-jin starts against Oakland in the early morning of the 7th... Will the upward trend continue?

The Toronto Blue Jays, who are competing fiercely for fall baseball, have reclaimed third place in the wild card, where postseason advancement is at stake.

Toronto won 7-1 in a visiting game against the Oakland Athletics of the 2023 Major League Baseball (MLB) held at the Oakland Coliseum in Oakland, California on the 6th (Korean time), winning three games in a row. 카지노사이트

Starting pitcher Chris Bassett pitched 8 innings, allowing 7 hits, no walks, 7 strikeouts, and 1 run. At the plate, Kevin Kiermaier led the attack with 3 hits in 4 at-bats, 2 runs scored, and George Springer went 2-for-4 with 3 RBIs.

With this win, Toronto jumped from 4th place in the American League (AL) wild card to 3rd place, with a record of 77 wins, 62 losses, and a winning percentage of 0.554.

The Texas Rangers, who were in 3rd place until the day before, fell to 4th place after losing 1-14 to the Houston Astros.

In order to advance to the postseason in MLB, you must be ranked first in the district or be in the top three in winning percentage among teams other than the first place in the district and receive a wild card.

Toronto, which belongs to the AL East Division, is highly unlikely to advance to the postseason as first place in the district due to the strong dominance of the Baltimore Orioles (87 wins, 51 losses, 0.630 winning percentage).

Realistically, you should aim for a performance of 3rd place or higher in the wild card.

The number one AL wild card is the Tampa Bay Rays.

They are leading the way with a record of 84 wins, 55 losses, and a winning percentage of 0.604.

Below them, 2nd place Seattle Mariners (77 wins, 61 losses), 3rd place Toronto, and 4th place Texas are fiercely competing within one game of each other.

It is difficult to predict the future of the wild card competition.

Seattle has 24 games left, Toronto has 23 games left, and Texas has 24 games left.

As each game is becoming more and more difficult, Ryu Hyun-jin (36) is scrambling to secure Toronto's third place spot.

Ryu Hyun-jin will start the final game of the three-game away series against Oakland at the Oakland Coliseum at 4:37 a.m. on the 7th.

The atmosphere of the Toronto team is good recently.

Although starting catcher Danny Jansen and key infielders Matt Chapman and Bo Bisset are out due to injuries, they are overwhelming the opposing team with decent offense.

Toronto is showing off its hot batting skills, scoring 72 points in the last 10 games and averaging 7.2 points per game.

Since September, the team batting average is 0.320, 3rd among 15 AL teams, and the team on-base percentage is 0.439, 1st overall.

Toronto is the only team with a monthly team on-base percentage in the .400 range.

Toronto's position is to continue its upward trend with Ryu Hyun-jin, who has been showing perfect form every day since returning from injury and a hot bat.

Ryu Hyun-jin, who went on the operating table in June of last year, posted an average ERA of 2.48 with 3 wins and 1 loss in 6 games after returning.

On the 2nd, he led the team to victory by holding the Colorado Rockies' batting line to 2 runs in 5 innings at Coors Field, known as the 'graveyard of pitchers'.

However, it is burdensome that this day's game was his first start after 4 days of rest since returning from injury.

He is also caught in the fact that he has never pitched more than 90 pitches in 6 innings in any of the previous 6 games.

In many ways, this is a game that attracts attention to Ryu Hyun-jin.
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