Ryu Hyun-jin-Toronto breathes a sigh of relief, X-ray ‘clear’

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Major League Baseball’s (MLB) Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Hyun-jin Ryu avoided a major injury. Hyun-jin Ryu took the mound against the Cleveland Cavaliers at Progressive Field in Cleveland, Ohio, on April 8.

He pitched well against the Cleveland offense, not allowing a single hit until the bottom of the fourth inning, when Cleveland batter Oscar Gonzalez was hit directly in the right knee by a fastball with runners on second and first.

Ryu caught the deflected ball and threw to first base to end the inning. However, he fell to the ground, complained of pain, and was eventually helped to the dugout by Toronto manager John Schneider.

Ryu was unable to take the mound and throw any more pitches on the day, and Toronto sent out their second pitcher, Jay Jackson, in the bottom of the fifth. After the game, Ryu underwent tests, including X-rays, on the injured area.

After the examination, Ryu and his team could breathe a sigh of relief. “Ryu received a negative X-ray,” MLB.com reported on Sept. 9.

Schneider also spoke to local media in the U.S. and Canada about the status of Ryu’s injury, saying, “He was examined at the hospital and was told that it was not a serious or critical injury.”

As a result, Ryu will be able to prepare for his next start without going on the disabled list (IL). Ryu is scheduled to start the team’s home game against the Chicago Cubs on April 14 at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Of course, his start against the Cubs is not set in stone, as there is a possibility of changes depending on the schedule, including future bullpen pitches.토스카지노

The game against the Cubs is the last of Toronto’s recent 17-game road trip. Meanwhile, Ryu Hyun-jin also spoke to the local media after the game against Cleveland, saying that his knee was swollen, but that there was no problem, and that it was “better than the day before” the next day (September 9).

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