‘Win the match against Ryu Hyun-jin → voluntarily received a penalty’ Did Scherzer, who could not even throw the ball, avoid a fatal injury? “I think I have a rat.”

Max Scherzer (39) of the Texas Rangers won the starting matchup with Hyun-jin Ryu (36) of the Toronto Blue Jays, but could not smile.

Scherzer started the game against Toronto held at the Rogers Center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the 13th (Korean time) and earned his 13th win of the season with a pitching pitch of 5⅓ innings, allowing 3 hits, 1 walk, 2 strikeouts, and no runs. 

Scherzer, who recorded 72 pitches, blocked Toronto’s batting line by using four seamers (32 pitches), changeup (12 pitches), curve (10 pitches), slider (10 pitches), and cutter (8 pitches). The highest four-seam velocity reached 96.1 miles (154.7 km) per hour.

Scherzer, who showed off his powerful pitching, won by decision over Ryu Hyun-jin, who lost the game by allowing 5 hits (1 home run), 1 walk, 5 strikeouts, and 3 runs in 6 innings. However, with one out in the bottom of the sixth inning, he complained of discomfort after catching a strike from Bo Bichet with a 73.8 mile (118.8 km) curve on the first pitch. After briefly chatting with the trainer, Scherzer attempted to throw the ball twice, but was in a wind-up position and ultimately failed to throw the ball and went down the mound. 

MLB.com, the official major league media, said, “Schuer stopped pitching because of right triceps spasm. Texas won 6-3, but attention was still focused on the steel ace. The club was unable to provide a diagnosis right away. Scherzer is scheduled to undergo an MRI scan on the 14th.” 

“We don’t want to put Scherzer at risk of injury,” coach Bruce Bochy said. We don’t want to burden him. He said, ‘I’m going to push to get this resolved quickly,’ and we said, ‘No.’ “We will not take any chances.” 

Scherzer said, “I feel like I have a cramp. That’s the best explanation. I hope so. I’ve had cramps like this before. Then, when it returns to normal, you can go back out. “But there was a cramp on the mound, and I tried to loosen it by moving it, but it didn’t work out in the end,” he explained. 토토사이트

MLB.com said, “The triceps problem is a different problem from the right forearm tightness that Scherzer has recently experienced. “But since tension and stress tend to travel to areas connected by joints and muscles, Scherzer speculated that the two problems may be related.” “The two areas may be related because the movements are interconnected,” Scherzer said. That’s my opinion. This is because when your forearms are tight, the area around your triceps is more stressed. And, you know, all of a sudden I couldn’t handle my body properly.” 

Scherzer signed a three-year, $130 million contract with the Mets last season. However, as the team’s performance this season did not meet expectations, the Mets traded Scherzer to Texas ahead of the trade deadline. 

Scherzer, who has 13 wins, 6 losses, and an ERA of 3.77 in 27 games (152 ⅔ innings) this season, is performing better than during his time with the Mets, with 4 wins, 2 losses, and an ERA of 3.20 in 8 games (45 innings) after moving to Texas.

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