In the major league where fast balls are rampant, Ryu Hyun-jin won two consecutive starts with a ball in the 100km/h range. How did he turn the hitters around with this slow ball

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Despite the series of mistakes made by third baseman Chapman, he showed a thumbs up and the composure to read came from his confidence.

Ryu Hyun-jin, who won the victory with a ‘change-up’ in the last game against the Cubs, was caught off guard with a ‘slow curve’ today.

Five of the 83 balls were curves in the 100km/h range.

It was a speed close to the ‘Arirang Ball’, but the opponent batters were helpless.

At the end of the 5th inning, when the 1st and 2nd bases were safe, the out count was increased with a high curve to the side and the inning ended with a curve with a large drop.

[Local Broadcaster: The curve is really beautiful, right? Strikes out with a 107 km/h ball.]

Ryu Hyun-jin’s highest fastball speed today was 144 km/h, which was below the professional baseball average, but he won two games in a row with exquisite speed control, sophisticated control, and various breaking balls.

[John Schneider/Toronto Director: I played well. I really liked the curve, and I used it well when I needed it. You can say, ‘It was Ryu Hyun-jin’.]

Ryu Hyun-jin, who made a slightly different victory in the major leagues dominated by speed, was praised as “a pitcher of a rare type these days” and “clever”.

[Ryu Hyun-jin/Toronto: {If you score the curve yourself?} 100 points. I think it wouldn’t be bad if it was the same as today.]

Toronto praised it in Korean, saying it was a ‘masterpiece’ on the club’s social media.

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