The power of KBO’s 48-win left-handed pitcher… 128km sweeper leaves even the #1 Rookie of the Year winner ‘just one step until 2022’

The top candidate for National League Rookie of the Year in the 2023 season was treated as a hit. In this way, he deleted one inning with 15 balls and earned his 24th hold of the season.

Brooks Reilly (35, New York Mets) took the mound as the third pitcher in the top of the 7th inning with a 3-2 lead in the 2023 Major League Baseball home game against the Arizona Diamondbacks held at Flushing Citi Field in New York, New York, USA on the 12th (Korean time). He earned a hold by allowing one hit and no runs in one inning.

It was a neat pitch. He hit a left field hit while using an 81 mph sweeper to leadoff hitter Sevi Jabala. However, Ketel Marte induced a double play at shortstop with an 85 mph changeup from 1B2S. For Corbin Carroll, who is leading the National League Rookie of the Year race this season, he caught a strike with a cutter on the first pitch and then used a 79.5 mph (approximately 128 km) sweeper on the second pitch. Ball coming towards the body. However, at full count, he caught a ground ball to second base with a cutter and ended the inning.

Reilly won 3 holds in 10 games in August, but did not do well with 1 loss and an ERA of 8.53. He performed well from May to July with an earned run average of 0, 1.74, and 1.93, becoming the core of a sure-win relief pitching team. As David Robertson left for the Miami Marlins at the trade deadline, he took over for a while as the closer.바카라사이트

However, he soon returned to his normal role, and is doing well in September with 1 win, 2 holds, and zero ERA in 4 games. By winning 24 holds on this day, if he adds just one more hold, he will tie with the 2022 season when he won the most holds in a season (25 holds). Although 30 holds may be difficult, the most holds in a single season is a pace that is easily possible.

It is not easy to challenge for the National League Hold title. Mark Rater (Chicago Cubs) and Tyler Rogers (San Francisco Giants, 28 holds) are tied for first place. He is followed by Colin Holderman (Pittsburgh Pirates, 26 holds) in third place. Reilly, Joel Payamps (Milwaukee Brewers), and Tanner Scott (My Mammy Marlins) tied for 4th place.

Reilly’s 2+1 year, $10 million contract ends after this season. He can play for the Mets in the 2024 season if he exercises his +1 year option, and then declare free agency as is. He is a left-handed bullpen player with around 25 holds and an earned run average in the 2-point range in 60 games for the second consecutive year since last year. It is a necessary resource for any team.

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