Korean Monster’ Ryu Hyun-jin (36-Toronto Blue Jays) has a heavy shoulder. The Toronto Blue Jays of Major League Baseball (MLB) removed right-handed starter Alec Manoa from the starting rotation and sent him to Triple-A Minor League Baseball on ednesday (12 June).”It was a tough decision,” Toronto manager John Schneider told, “and we felt that a six-man starting rotation would not be beneficial to the team going forward. We’re going to go with a five-man starting rotation for the time being. “Toronto has been playing a packed schedule since the 29th of last month. It’s a schedule of death, with a whopping 17 games in a row through the 14th of this month. The Jays have handled the stifling schedule with a six-man starting rotation, including the returning Ryu and a healthy Manoa .The six-man rotation was no longer necessary Toronto has 15 days off before returning to action for a two-game series against the Philadelphia Phillies .Sticking with the current rotation would require six starters to pitch seven or eight days apart. Toronto was forced to remove one of its six starters, Manoa, who has been shaky of late.A 16-win ace last year, Manoa has struggled this season, going 3-9 with a 5.87 ERA. In his last two starts, he allowed three runs in 6⅔ innings and four runs in four innings, respectively .It’s not a terrible performance, but it’s not something to rely on.Schneider has more faith in Ryu, who 카지노사이트킹 pitched four scoreless innings of one-hit ball against the visiting Cleveland Indians on 8 August. Ryu was hit by a pitch and left the game early with knee soreness, but Schneider believes he is healthy enough to stay in the starting rotation. “Ryu was injured in the last game, but it’s not serious,” Schneider said, “so there was no reason to move him to the bullpen or take him out of the starting rotation,” according to the Toronto Sun. Toronto’s decision puts an extra weight on Ryu’s shoulders .For now, Toronto will start right-hander Chris Bassitt against the Cubs on the 13th, and Ryu will start against the Cubs on the 14th.He’ll get the day off on the 15th, followed by Yusei Kikuchi, Kevin Gausman, and Jose Berrios on the 16th. If this rotation continues, Ryu will likely take five days of rest after the Cubs game and then pitch against the Cincinnati Reds on the 20th.

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