The end of rehabilitation is in sight… ‘Dongsan High School alumni’ Ryu Hyun-jin and Choi Ji-man, imminent return to the big leagues

Ryu Hyun-jin (36, Toronto Blue Jays) and Choi Ji-man (32, Pittsburgh Pirates), who are active in the major leagues (MLB) as ‘Dongsan High School seniors and juniors’, are in front of returning to the big leagues after recovering from injuries. put on

Both of them are expected to be active in earnest from July and contribute to the pitching.

Ryu Hyun-jin, who underwent an elbow ligament joint surgery (Tommy John surgery) in June of last year, went through a long rehabilitation for about a year and finally entered the stage right before the actual game.

During his rehabilitation process, there were no special problems, and following the recent bullpen pitching, he normally digested live pitching with a hitter standing in the plate.

Toronto general manager Ross Atkins explained in an interview with local media such as ‘Sportsnet’ on the 29th, “Ryu Hyun-jin and Chad Green, who received Tommy John surgery, are going through the rehabilitation process well.”

As he has completed the stage just before returning to actual play, Ryu Hyun-jin is expected to receive a call-up order according to the team situation after having a rehab game in the minor leagues.

The return of Ryu Hyun-jin is expected to be of great help to Toronto, which has a hole in the starting rotation.

Currently, Toronto has a hole in the starting lineup as Alec Manoa leaves due to sluggishness. Right now, Manoa’s vacancy is being filled with ‘Bullpen Day’, but it is literally a temporary measure. The best scenario is for Ryu Hyun-jin to return and fill Manoa’s vacancy while constantly mentioning the need for reinforcement of selection in the field.

For Ryu Hyun-jin himself, his performance after returning is very important.

At the end of this season, the 4-year free agent (FA) contract with Toronto ends. He has only a short period of time left, but he has to show an impact so that he can gain an advantage in determining his future course of action. Ending his MLB life like this is a very disappointing ending for Ryu Hyun-jin.

Choi Ji-man, who suffered from an injury after moving to Pittsburgh, is also improving his sense of hitting by digesting actual combat.

Choi Ji-man, who plays for the Pittsburgh affiliate Indianapolis Indians, recorded 1 hit in 3 at-bats (1 home run), 1 walk and 3 RBIs in an away match against the Louisville Bats under the Cincinnati Reds at Slugger Field in Louisville, Kentucky, USA on the 29th.

It has been a long time since I hit a home run against the Houston Astros on April 12th. Although he played in the minor leagues, it helped him regain his confidence. Due to the situation in Pittsburgh, which has recently been showing inconsistent performance, news of Choi Ji-man’s call-up is expected to be heard soon.

Choi Ji-man was placed on the 60-day disabled list due to an Achilles tendon injury in his left foot after the St. Louis Cardinals game on April 14. On April 11th and 12th, he hit home runs in two consecutive games against Houston and showed off a good hitting feeling, but he suffered an injury while showing off his good hitting.

Choi Ji-man, who was unable to solidify his position in the team due to an injury after the transfer, must show competitiveness after being called up to be used as a starting resource.카지노사이트

He is likely to play first base if he sees the defense, so he needs an edge against Carlos Santana, who is currently the Pittsburgh’s main first baseman.

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