‘2021 Cy Young’ Robbie Ray, elbow surgery… Throw one game and miss the season

Robbie Ray (Seattle Mariners), who won the Cy Young Award in 2021, threw only one game and was out for the season.

According to local media such as ESPN, Seattle coach Scott Service reported Ray’s surgery and season out ahead of an away game against the 2023 Major League Baseball (MLB) Philadelphia Phillies on the 27th (Korean time).

Director Service said, “Ray will undergo surgery to treat a flexor tendon in his left elbow and will miss the rest of the season.”

Ray started against the Cleveland Guardians on the 1st and felt discomfort in his left elbow. At the time, He said, “I felt a little tight in the elbow area in the second inning,” but the condition was not good enough to require surgery. Eventually,

Ray ended this season after throwing only one game. The season’s performance is 1 loss and an ERA of 8.10.

Ray, who debuted in the major leagues in 2014, is a starting pitcher who has gone through the Detroit Tigers, Arizona Diamondbacks, and Toronto Blue Jays.In particular, in the second half of 2021, he overtook Ryu Hyun-jin and took the ace, 13-7 with an ERA of 2.84 and 248 strikeouts. He even received the American League Cy Young Award, and

Ray rejected Toronto’s offer to extend his contract at the end of 2021 and signed a five-year, $115 million contract with Seattle.

Ray pitched in 32 games last year and did his part with a 12-12 ERA, 3.71 strikeouts, and 212 strikeouts, but this year, due to elbow surgery and a season out, he was not a big help to the team. 메이저사이트

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