Will Ryu Hyun-jin return to Hanwha be canceled…NYM, BOS, SD, and BAL also recommended recruitment, “FA suitable for the RYU budget.”

The Baltimore Baseball, a local media outlet in Baltimore, reported on the 2nd (Korea Standard Time), “With the start of 2024, the Baltimore Orioles continue to seek new starters.”

The Baltimore Orioles initially recommended recruiting Lucas Giolito and Frankie Montas to the Baltimore Orioles, which seeks low cost and high efficiency. However, Giolito agreed to a two-year, 38 million-dollar contract with the Boston Red Sox on April 30, and Montas, who only played one ⅓ inning due to injury in the 2023 season, headed to the Cincinnati Reds for 16 million dollars a year on the last day of 2023.

Although the two main targets have disappeared, Baltimore’s reinforcement of its starting lineup will not stop. “There are still FA pitchers in the free agent market who are eligible for Baltimore’s budget,” the Baltimore Orioles said, reminding Baltimore of its candidate Ryu Hyun-jin. “They include right-handers Marcus Stroman, Michael Lorenzen, left-handers Sean Manaea, and Ryu Hyun-jin.”

After a dark period, Baltimore advanced to the postseason as the No. 1 player in the American League East by recording 101-61 in the 2023 season. Although the fall ended in vain with a 0-3 victory over the Texas Rangers, which came up through the wild card series in the Division Series, local media see Baltimore as a team that can seek the 2024 championship. It could be a very attractive team for Ryu, who does not have a winning ring.

Baltimore is not the only team that is aiming for Ryu. Referring to veteran Chris Sale’s recent departure, Boston-area media “Math Live” said that many options remain in the FA market, including Shota Imana, Stroman, Yariel Rodriguez, Mike Clevinger, Lorenzen, Manaea, James Paxton, and Ryu Hyun-jin, while New York-area media, including the New York Post and North Jersey, suggested Ryu Hyun-jin’s contract, raising the need to recruit veteran Mets starters.

Another scenario was mentioned in which Ryu shares a room with Kim Ha-sung (San Diego Padres) in the 2024 season. “Ryu, who played for the Los Angeles Dodgers for a long time, is a familiar player to San Diego fans. After recovering from his injury, he returned to the team and displayed trustworthy performance. Even at the age of 36, he throws strikes efficiently and plays in innings. Notably, Ryu has a walk rate of only 6.3 percent, he said. “Ryu’s performance could improve further at the pitcher-friendly Petco Park.”

According to multiple local media outlets, Ryu is a 36-year-old veteran starting pitcher, and is competitive enough to serve as the fourth or fifth starting pitcher in the Major League. Although there are still question marks over Ryu’s health due to Tommy John surgery last year, he proved his endurance after his return. On top of that, Kenta Maeda, who has Tommy John surgery history, also signed a two-year, 24 million-dollar contract with the Detroit Tigers. After playing only one ⅓ inning due to injury last season, Montas signed a single-year contract, but signed a contract worth more than 10 million dollars.

It is the Major League Stove League where pitchers who are rated a lower than Ryu Hyun-jin are signing more-than-expected contracts one after another. These are positive factors that will be a boon for Ryu Hyun-jin, who is looking into various teams under the stance of extending his active duty in the big league.

The Major League’s interest in Ryu, who was rumored to be returning to the Hanwha Eagles, is gradually increasing. Although he had a dinner with Hanwha General Manager Son Hyuk late last month, chances are high that Ryu will take the mound in the 2024 season in the U.S., not in Daejeon. Ryu is still a starting pitcher whose value is recognized in the Major League.

BY: 안전 토토사이트

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