20-year veteran of the big leagues… K as 1000 different hitters, 5th of all time

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Right-handed pitcher Jack Greinke (40, Kansas City Royals) set a unique strikeout record.

On the 14th (Korean time), Greinke started in the Milwaukee Brewers away game held at American Family Field, Wisconsin, USA, and recorded 3 hits (1 home run), 5 strikeouts and 2 runs in 5 innings. He retired after a win-loss match and the team lost 3-4, but it wasn’t without achievements.

At the end of the 5th inning, in a situation where there were no runners on two outs, he struck out looking Joey Weimer. Greinke’s 2914th strikeout in his career. MLB.com, the official website of the Major League Baseball (MLB), reported that Greinke became the 5th pitcher in history to strike out 1,000 different batters.토토사이트

This record has only been achieved by Nolan Ryan, Randy Johnson, Greg Maddox and Roger Clemens in the past. A milestone that can be set only when you combine the ability to catch strikeouts with consistency. Greinke is a 20-year veteran of the big leagues this year, although his strikeout count is significantly lower than in his prime.

“I can’t believe it,” said Kansas City manager Matt Quatraro. “I know Greinke will be in the Hall of Fame at the end of his career,” said catcher Salvador Pérez. It’s something to be proud of. Everyone should be happy to have Hall of Fame members around them.”

Greinke’s career record is 224-145 with a 3.45 ERA. 2009 American League Cy Young Award Winner. He boasts a solid career, including six career All-Star selections, six Gold Gloves, and two Silver Sluggers. His performance this season is 1 win 4 losses with an earned run average of 5.01.

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