14 December 2023

“I’ll wait for you, Hyun-jin-ah” Han Hwa’s longing heart… US media “Pittsburgh hasn’t signed Ryu Hyun-jin yet?”

By pestfood.com

Recently, there has been a lot of interest in Ryu Hyun-jin from Korean fans.
In particular, Hanwha Eagles fans want Ryu to return to Korea while he still has time. The Hanwha Eagles are also awaiting Ryu’s decision with a record amount of money on the table.

Hanwha did not commit to any additional free agents besides Ahn Chi-hong. Hanwha’s free agent signing style is one of one and done. They offered both Jeon Jun-woo and Ahn Chi-hong the maximum amount of money at the same time and waited for a decision. There are many reasons for this, but one of the biggest is Ryu Hyun-jin. They couldn’t afford to wait for Ryu, and they couldn’t afford to sign any additional free agents in order to afford to sign him.

A source familiar with Hanwha said, “If he wants to come back, we’ll take him. The salary cap won’t be a problem.”

However, it’s unclear whether Hanwha fans will get their wish. Pitchers are in short supply in MLB, and interest in Ryu has been steady. The market is already overheated, and major players are being paid more than double what they should be.

Even though he’s past his prime, it’s hard to imagine there won’t be offers for Ryu, who proved himself healthy in 11 starts last year.

The Pittsburgh Pirates have been linked to Ryu. American media outlet Rumbunter named Ryu as one of the players to watch this winter. The reason is that he’s a great value for the money.

“Hyun-jin Ryu is a veteran left-hander with a soft delivery, and I’m shocked that Pittsburgh general manager Ben Cherington hasn’t made a move for him yet,” the article begins.

“Ryu has only pitched 50.2 innings, but he’s been decent, with a 3.46 ERA, 4.91 FIP and 1.29 walks per nine innings. The South Korean left-hander struck out just 17% of his batters, but had a phenomenal 6.3% walk rate.” 월카지노

However, “home runs gave Ryu some trouble, as he posted a 1.56 FIP. However, his 87.8 mph velocity and 7.6% ground ball rate nearly matched his mileage, and his 16.4% strikeout rate was 4.4% higher than his career average.”