Spencer Strider (25, Atlanta Braves), who has been sluggish compared to last year, is still showing amazing strikeout skills.
Strider threw 98 1/3 innings in 17 games of the season until the 3rd (Korean time), recording 10 wins and 2 losses with an ERA of 3.66.
This is because the two games in last June were very sluggish. Strider collapsed with 8 runs in 4 innings and 5 runs in 5 innings in the games on the 9th and 15th of last month, respectively.
As a result, Strider’s season ERA soared to 4.12 at one point. However, Strider found stability with 4 earned runs in 19 2/3 innings in the following 3 games.오래된 토토사이트
Strider also steadily earned strikeouts. To this day, he struck out 155 in 17 games. This is the all-time leading record in Major League Baseball. Strikeouts per 9 innings is also 14.2, leading by far.
His current pace is 303 strikeouts. In other words, it is a situation where you can expect 300 strikeouts. The last 300 strikeouts in the major leagues were achieved by Gerrit Cole and Justin Verlander in 2019.
However, in order for Strider to catch as many strikeouts as he does now, he needs to develop his third pitch. It is difficult to consistently overwhelm batters with a four-seam fastball and slider-to-pitch.
Meanwhile, Strider was selected as a National League All-Star on the 3rd. This is the first honor of his personal career. Now, Strider will perform a strikeout show on the All-Star stage.