Ryu Hyun-jin’s fellow Toronto Blue Jays left-hander Yusei Kikuchi pitched well.

Kikuchi started on the 24th (Korean time) in an exhibition game against the Minnesota Twins held at Hammond Stadium in Fort Myers, Florida, USA, and pitched a scoreless pitch with 3 hits, 9 strikeouts and 1 walk in 5 innings.

As he prepared for this season, he pitched the most innings and struck out the most during the exhibition game. He pitched 3⅓ innings and gave up two runs in the game against Philadelphia on the 18th, the previous pitch.

Kikuchi, who struck out Buxton, the first batter in the bottom of the first inning, dedicated an infield hit to Correa. However, he struck out Vazquez and struck out Gallic as well, passing the inning without conceding.

In the second inning, he caught the first batter, Gordon, with a floating ball in left field and gave White a walk. However, he caught the follow-up hitter with a double play. In the third inning, after one out, Soto gave up a triple and was in danger of conceding a run, but he took a breather by striking out Buxton on a ground ball to the first baseman and Correa.

After two outs in the fourth inning,토토사이트 Kikuchi sent Gordon out with a hit ball, but struck out White on a swing. In the 5th inning, after two outs, he dedicated a hit to Soto to the right field and struck out Buxton on a swing, and there was a runner on base in the main inning, but from the 6th he gave the mound to Thomas Hatch without conceding.

Toronto won 3-0 thanks to Kikuchi Hotu.

Kikuchi Gina finished the season with 6 wins and 7 losses and an ERA of 5.19. He signed a three-year, $36 million (approximately 46.2 billion won) contract with Toronto and raised expectations, but it was sluggish. It remains to be seen whether he will pay the ransom this year.

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