After coming back from being on the injury list for 10 days, Dodger’s pitcher Ryu Hyun-jin is back in action. Thus, his first trial on the mount was a complete success that led to the Dodgers winning the match 9-3. In the end, the headline read Ryu Hyun-jin dominates the Diamondbacks over 7 innings for win number 12.
MLB Baseball betting fans were truly happy to see Ryu back in action. This is because he made them a lot of money thanks to throwing seven shutout innings. Even though the Dodgers have been doing well, seeing Ryu back on the mound is a morale booster for them.
Dodgers vs. Diamondback Game Recap
Many baseball betting pick experts had doubt about how he would perform on Sunday. This is because the neck injury from playing against the Rockies was a cause for concern. However, all of the worrying was for nothing as he did not miss a beat.
Ryu began by hitting the leadoff man, Tim Locastro. However, he then held the Diamondbacks without a hit until Walker got a solitary with two outs in the fourth. Afterwards, Ryu threw a two-out single in the fifth and 6th with players on at the second and third base.
Thereafter, the Diamondbacks began the 6th with consecutive singles off Ryu by Ketel Marte and Eduardo Escobar. Marte went to third on a profound flyout to right field by Walker. However he was stuck there when Wilmer Flores grounded into an inning-finishing, 5-4-3 twofold play.
The Dodgers gave Ryu a 3-0 lead in the base first, thanks to a two-run impact by Turner and Bellinger. Furthermore, the had a run in the second and two more in the third. Turner made his second dinger of the game as a major aspect of the two-run fifth. Thus, he did all that could possibly do in order to support Ryu.
According to baseball betting websites, during the seventh inning, Ryu threw around a two-out single. Thereafter, he gave control over to Yimi Garcia to start the eighth with the Dodgers up 8-0.
Ryu is currently 9-0 at Dodger Stadium this year. In his last eight home begins, Ryu has permitted only two earned keeps running in 57 2/3 innings.