1st place in the Cy Young Award with less than 1 billion annual salary… 159km Lefty Young Gun’s Great Rebellion

This year, a player who does not receive an annual salary of 1 billion won may take the glory of Cy Young.

On the 7th (Korean time), the official Major League Baseball website (MLB.com) released the virtual voting results for the 2023 Major League Cy Young Award conducted by experts.먹튀검증

In the American League, Shane McClanahan (26) of the Tampa Bay Rays’ ‘Left-Handed Express’ was selected as the No. 1 player. It received 29 first place votes alone.

Mcclanahan pitched 6 innings, 5 hits, 2 walks, 5 strikeouts and 1 run in an away game against the Boston Red Sox on the 6th, and won his 9th win of the season. He used a variety of pitches, including a four-seam fastball with a maximum speed of 98.6 miles (159 km), as well as sliders, curveballs, and changeups, to tie the Boston lineup to one point. He could have pitched a scoreless pitch in the bottom of the sixth if it hadn’t been for a solo home run off Justin Turner.

Mcclanahan, who has pitched as a starter in all 13 games this year and threw 75⅔innings with a 9-1 record with an ERA of 2.02, is currently leading the American League in both ERA and wins. He has grown into one of the best left-handers.

McClanahan, who debuted on the major league stage in Tampa Bay in 2021, pitched 123⅓ innings and announced a successful debut with a 10-6 loss average ERA of 3.43. He ‘leveled up’ as a top pitcher.

Mcclanahan’s annual salary this year is only $737,000 (approximately 963.3 million won). He dreams of becoming the best in the league even though he does not receive even about 1 billion won in Hanwha.

Meanwhile, Nathan Eboldi of the Texas Rangers ranked second, Gerrit Cole of the New York Yankees ranked third, Framber Valdez of the Houston Astros ranked fourth, and Sonny Gray of the Minnesota Twins ranked fifth after McClanahan. The Arizona Diamondbacks’ Jack Gallon was ranked first, the Atlanta Braves’ Spencer Stryder was second, the Chicago Cubs’ Marcus Stroman was third, the Pittsburgh Pirates’ Mitch Keller was fourth, and the San Francisco Giants’ Logan Webb was fifth. raised

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