Toronto Colleagues who Cannot Forget Ryu Hyun-jin

Toronto colleagues who cannot forget Ryu Hyun-jin… “Fun, positive and amazing player.”

American professional baseball (MLB) Toronto Blue Jays players could not forget ‘Korean Monster’ Ryu Hyun-jin (36, Hanwha Eagles),

who returned to Korea after eating together until last year.

The Toronto family members who hung out with Ryu Hyun-jin for the past four years spread positive energy inside and outside the clubhouse and paid tribute to Ryu Hyun-jin,

who returned to Korea after leading the team like the ‘eldest brother’. 온라인카지노

Ryu Hyun-jin

The Athletic, an American online sports media outlet, introduced an article on the 24th (Korean time) that reminisced about Ryu Hyun-jin by meeting Toronto players preparing for an exhibition game at a spring training facility in Dunedin, Florida.

Alec Manoah, who is well known to Korean fans as a junior pitcher who closely followed Ryu Hyun-jin,

expressed his gratitude by saying, “Veteran Ryu Hyun-jin did not tell young juniors to ‘do this or that’ but showed them with his actions.”

Manoa, who recalled the time when they had fun greeting each other in the clubhouse by calling each other’s last names for a long time, saying ‘Manoa~’ and ‘Ryu~’, reminisced,

“Ryu Hyun-jin’s positive energy and cheerfulness were always great in the clubhouse.”

Third baseman Justin Turner, who had a lot of trouble with Ryu Hyun-jin during his time with the Los Angeles Dodgers, looked back and said,

Ryu Hyun-jin rarely spoke, but when we spoke a few times,

he delivered a heavy message and I liked him.”

Fellow starting pitcher Chris Bassett said,

“There are not many pitchers who can control the speed like Ryu Hyun-jin, and it is very difficult.”

He praised Ryu, “Hyun-jin Ryu has basically been throwing the ball at three different speeds for a long time.

He is a pitcher who knows how to throw.”

Toronto Blue Jays

The Toronto club, which was rebuilding its team with young prospects,

signed a four-year contract with Ryu Hyun-jin for $80 million in 2020 and began recruiting top-level MLB free agents.

Outfielder George Springer, who followed Ryu Hyun-jin in a Toronto uniform, said,

“It was an honor to know Ryu Hyun-jin and play with him,”

noting that Ryu Hyun-jin was a highly paid veteran who did his part well in the clubhouse according to the team’s wishes.

The Toronto players unanimously said that they were greatly impressed by the way Ryu Hyun-jin naturally brought together everyone,

both rookies and veterans, for dinner and brought the team together.

Toronto coach John Schneider pointed out that the scene where Ryu Hyun-jin energetically walked around the clubhouse with a sense of humor was impressive.

Catcher Danny Jansen, who received Ryu Hyun-jin’s balls for 215 ⅓ innings,

evaluated Ryu Hyun-jin, saying, “He was one of the masters of the changeup,

a pitcher who kept batters off-balance,” and added, “As I caught Ryu Hyun-jin’s balls,

I learned about his pitching style, preparation method, and pitching.

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