Kim Ha-seong and Ryu Hyun-jin, two Korean leaguers who are the aces of their respective teams, will be in action once again.
First up is the San Diego Padres’ Ha-Sung Kim. On Saturday, 26 June, they will face the Milwaukee Brewers at 9.10am at U.S. Family Field in Wisconsin.
According to baseball stats site Baseball Reference, as of the 24th, Kim’s WAR of 6.1 ranks fourth among all MLB hitters and third among all National League hitters.카지노사이트 Kim has been nominated for the 2023 MLB Heart and Hustle Award on behalf of the San Diego Padres for his gritty play in every game.
On 24 April, Kim started the game against the Miami Marlins, where he extended his hitting streak to six games with a double off reigning Cy Young Award winner Sandy Alcantara, scoring the game-winning run. After setting the stage for his team’s 4-0 win, can he extend his hitting streak to seven games tomorrow (26 June) against Milwaukee?
Photo by Ryu Hyun-jin, Toronto Blue Jays official social media accounts
The game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Toronto Blue Jays, with Hyun-jin Ryu set to start, will take place on Sunday (27th) at 4.07am at Rogers Centre in Ontario, Canada.
‘Korean Monster’ Ryu Hyun-jin will be looking for his third win of the season against the Cleveland Cavaliers. On 8 August in Korea, Ryu made his second start since returning from injury against Cleveland. According to MLB.com, Ryu’s fastball averaged 88.8 mph that day, but his location was sharp and his changeup took hitters’ timing off.
However, Ryu, who had maintained his no-hitter until the fourth inning, was removed from the mound after being hit in the knee by a hard-hit pitch from a batter, denying him a chance to pick up his first win of the season. Ryu has now pitched three consecutive no-hitters (2-1 on the season with a 1.89 ERA). All eyes will be on him on Sunday 27th to see if he can extend his streak to four games with a third straight win against Cleveland.
Fans can catch both games on SPOTV ON and SPOTV NOW, which are scheduled for 9 a.m. on the 26th and 4 a.m. on the 27th, respectively.