HYUN-JIN RYU RUMORS & GOSSIP
What Happened In 2014: Hyun-jin Ryu‘s second major league season was an improvement upon on his first in nearly every single way.
We don’t talk about Ryu enough. We just don’t. He’s not the best pitcher in his own rotation (hi, Clayton Kershaw!), he’s not the second-best pitcher in his own rotation...
Despite missing a half-dozen starts with a sore shoulder, which limited him to just 152 innings with an ERA that was 38 points higher that his seemingly stellar rookie season, I was very impressed with Hyun-jin Ryu last season. His strikeout and walk rates both improved, and his SIERA fell from 3.60 to 3.17. The soon-to-be 28-year-old was a better pitcher during his sophomore season...
Hyun-Jin Ryu isn’t the best Dodger starter, because Clayton Kershaw exists. He’s not the second-best Dodger starter, because Zack Greinke exists. If you can’t even make a case for being one of the two best starters on your own team, it’s going to be very difficult to make the case that you’re one of the […]
Hyun Jin Ryu did another glorious commercial for Ottogi Noodle & Jin Ramen. Granted, nothing will quite top the sheer amazingness of the last one in all its fake teammate glory, but this did have its moments.
My favorite is the capture above, because you can see his smirk as he thinks to himself, “My god, this is one of the dumbest things I’ve ever done in my life. Oh well...
Dodgers starter Hyun-Jin Ryu is back to his old offseason tricks, beating the world in a decathlon it doesn't know it's participating in.
Last year he rocked us with his vocal fortitude and noodle slurpability.
This year, it's rope jumping.
Ryu recently went on a Korean variety show and displayed his raw talents while laughing at those who struggled.
I can only imagine that in the...
The Dodgers face off against the Cardinals in the rubber match Game 3 of the 2014 NLDS, and they send Hyun Jin Ryu to the mound against John Lackey. More than any concern about how the Cardinals fare against him or what Lackey does with Dodgers hitters is the question of Ryu’s arm health.
Friday night may have been the worst night of the season for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
It wasn’t losing 9-0 to the San Francisco Giants in game one of their three game series.
Obviously, Dodger fans wanted a sweep. But game one seemed like the game that could slip away from their hands. The Giants have been playing incredible baseball of late and were sending their ace, Madison...
Dodgers left-hander Hyun-jin Ryu, who exited Wednesday night's game with trainers at his side, appeared to be limping Thursday and is expected to miss his next start with a strained right gluteus (upper leg-buttock) muscle, according to Dylan Hernandez of the LA Times.Ryu's next scheduled start would be next Tuesday against the Padres at Dodger Stadium. The Times report speculates...
Bat flips currently seem to be all the rage, right? Well, proving that you can take a player out of the Korean Baseball Organization, but you can’t take the KBO out of the player…Hyun-jin Ryu had to have made his countrymen proud Friday night. In the top of the fifth Friday night, the Los Angeles Dodger pitcher crushed an offering from Colorado Rockies starter Eddie Butler and...
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Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig was the recipient of a simple but valuable life lesson courtesy of pitcher Hyun-jin Ryu. The Japanese hurler demonstrated to the flamboyant Puig that he would not shy away from using a bat as self defense in future playful attacks. Plain and simple, class dismissed!
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