A pitcher of misfortune came out who did not lose even after striking out 16 strikeouts, the most in the major leagues this season.
Chicago White Sox Lance Lynn showed top-notch pitching this season, but was unable to get help from his teammates and became a losing pitcher.
Lin started in an away game against the Seattle Mariners held at T-Mobile Park in Seattle, Washington on the 19th (Korean time) and took 16 strikeouts in 7 innings, giving up 4 hits and 3 runs, but the team went 1-5. Kneel down and record the defeat.
The season is 4 wins and 8 losses, an average ERA of 6.51. Lin ranks 64th in the ERA category among all 65 pitchers who have exceeded the regulation innings. The Quality Start is the fifth of 14 starts. It is the second pitching in 7 innings after the game against the Cleveland Guardians on the 17th of last month (7 hits, 3 runs in 7 innings). It is true that he has continued uneven pitching this season.
However, Lynn’s 16 runs were his most in a game and the second in history by a White Sox pitcher, behind Jack Harshman (5 hits, 2 runs, 9 innings, 5 hits, 2 runs complete), who took the mound against the Boston Red Sox on July 26, 1954. He struck out and decorated a page in the history of the club.
Also, the 16 strikeouts is the most in the major leagues this season, and it was the first time since Spencer Strider of the Atlanta Braves posted it against the Colorado Rockies on September 2 last year.
Lin showed off his powerful pitch by catching two or more strikeouts in every inning.
Lin used six types of pitches. He threw 26 fastballs with a high of 94.1 mph and an average of 92.9 mph, half a mile faster than usual. The main weapon cutter, who threw 36, recorded a high of 90.7 miles and an average of 88.1. In addition, he used sinkers (20), sliders (13), changeups (11), and curveballs (8). The number of strikeout decision balls was 6 curveballs, the most. Swings induced 33, the fourth most since the introduction of Statcast in 2008.
He gave up a hit and a walk at the bottom of the 3rd inning when the score was 0-0, and after being driven to 2nd, 1st and 2nd base, he gave up 2 runs by giving up a right double to Julio Rodriguez. has become
However, despite his explosive strikeout streak, Lin could not become a winning pitcher. The White Sox lineup scored only one run while Rin defended the mound, pushed by opposing right-hander rookie Bryce Miller’s good pitch. Miller recorded 5 wins (3 losses) and an average ERA of 3.68 on the season with a good pitching of 7 innings, 4 hits, 6 strikeouts and 1 run, and was named as a candidate for the Rookie of the Year award.
Moreover, in the bottom of the 8th inning, Reynaldo Lopez, who took the mound after first baseman Lin without a hit, allowed two consecutive walks and Jarrett Kellenic’s triple, and allowed three more runs, making the game even more difficult.스포츠토토
After the game, Lin expressed regret, saying, “My pitch was good today, but we lost. It doesn’t matter how many strikeouts we have if we don’t win.”
White Sox manager Pedro Grifpole said, “Lynn threw 113, but he wanted to go out again. He induced 33 misses, the most in the major leagues this season,” and Seattle manager Scott Service said, “Lynn overwhelmed us. “he said.