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Hyun Jin Ryu

Hyun Jin Ryu

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Age: 37Bats: RThrows: LCountry: KOR

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Hyun Jin Ryu turned down MLB offer before returning to KBO

Hyun Jin Ryu said he turned down a multi-year offer from an MLB team before returning to the KBO.

Fantasy Impact

Ryu said signing the deal with the MLB team would've pushed him close to 40 and would've kept him from rejoining the Eagles while still effective. He said he wanted to finish his career at home and that's what he decided to do.

Ari Koslow8 weeks ago
Hyun Jin Ryu reportedly going back to the KBO

Hyun Jin Ryu has reportedly agreed to a deal with the Hanwha Eagles of the Korean Baseball Organization.

Fantasy Impact

The Eagles are saying nothing has been finalized at the moment, but it apparently seems inevitable that Ryu will return. He previously spent seven seasons with the Eagles, including winning the KBO Rookie of the Year and MVP in 2006. Ryu was seemingly unable to land an MLB deal after returning late last season from Tommy John surgery.

Ari Koslow8 weeks ago
Hyun Jin Ryu ramping up throwing progression

Hyun Jin Ryu is reportedly ramping up his throwing progression during offseason workouts in South Korea.

Fantasy Impact

Ryu returned from Tommy John surgery during the second half of last season, recording a 3.46 ERA across 52 innings pitched with the Blue Jays. He has stated he still intends to pitch again this season.

Ari Koslow11 weeks ago
Hyun Jin Ryu expects to pitch next season

Hyun Jin Ryu told reporters he wants to sign with an MLB team this offseason.

Fantasy Impact

Ryu returned from Tommy John surgery this year, making 11 starts where he posted a 3.46 ERA on the mound. He should be able to generate some interest on the free agent market this offseason.

Ari Koslow28 weeks ago
Hyun Jin Ryu tosses 4 2/3 scoreless innings against Red Sox

Hyun Jin Ryu continued his impressive season on Sunday, delivering another strong performance for the Blue Jays.

Fantasy Impact

Despite only lasting 4 2/4 innings, Ryu managed to keep the Red Sox off the scoreboard, allowing no earned runs on six hits and two walks. With two strikeouts, Ryu showcased his ability to generate swings and misses. This outing further solidifies his impressive season, as he now boasts a 2.62 ERA and a 1.12 WHIP over 9 starts. His 3.18 strikeout-to-walk ratio and 0.254 BABIP suggest that his success is sustainable. Fantasy managers can confidently rely on Ryu as a valuable asset moving forward.

Chris Schommer30 weeks ago