‘Greatest team in history’ falls from grace, lefty ace is out for the season…Ryu’s return gives Toronto a chance

 A series of bad news for the mound 메이저사이트 of Tampa Bay, the second place in the district that Toronto is chasing. it’s going to get worse

Ace Shane McClanahan (26), who was on the injured list, was out for the season with a left elbow injury.

Tampa Bay moved McClarnahan from the injured list on the 15th to the disabled list on the 60th prior to the Cleveland Guardians game on the 13th (hereinafter Korean time). He was placed on the 15-day injured list due to an elbow strain on the 4th.

Mcclanahan will meet Dr. Keith Meister on the 15th. Options under consideration include elbow ligament replacement surgery (Tommy John surgery).

He underwent Tommy John surgery once in 2016 while at the University of South Florida.

Mcclanahan felt pain in his forearm while warming up before a game against the New York Yankees on the 3rd. He eventually suffered his second loss of the season, allowing 5 runs in 4 innings. This match was the last appearance.

Mcclanahan can only return for the 2025 season if he undergoes Tommy John surgery.

McClarnahan, a left-hander in his third year in the major leagues, is a fastball pitcher who throws up to 100 miles (161 km).

He went 11-2 with a 3.29 earned run average in 115 innings in 21 games before his injury. He struck out 121 while giving up only 41 walks. Last year, he recorded a career-high season with a record of 12-8 and an average ERA of 2.54 in 166 ⅓ innings in 28 games, ranking 6th in the American League Cy Young Award.

This season was also evaluated as the most promising Cy Young Award candidate, but was in danger of ending the season early due to various injuries. Tampa Bay, second in the American League East Division and leader in the wild card, was evaluated as the strongest team in history, but groaned due to line injuries of key pitchers. there is.

Lefty Jeffrey Springs was out early in the season due to Tommy John surgery, and righty Drew Rasmussen was out due to a right elbow flexor injury. Right-handed top prospect Shane Barz also missed his entire season due to Tommy John surgery late last year. Right-hander Tyler Glasnow also delayed his start on the 13th to two days later due to back spasm.

Lefty Josh Fleming returned from the 60-day disabled list after being sidelined on June 24 with left elbow inflammation.

Tampa Bay ran first throughout the first half after opening 14 consecutive wins, but eventually gave up the lead in the district to the Baltimore Orioles.

Now, the bottom is more important than the top. For Toronto, the 3rd place in the district where Ryu Hyun-jin returned and the 4th place in the wild card, it is expected that the ordeal of the rope injury facing Tampa Bay could be an opportunity.

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