Hyun-jin Ryu

Brett Anderson, Hot stove 2
Stop me if you’ve heard this story before – left-handed starter Brett Anderson, now playing for the Los Angeles Dodgers, is …. wait for it … INJURED! “No!” you say? Oh yes, and not for the first, second, third or even fourth time in his career. Anderson left the Dodger’s game against the Atlanta Braves after two and two thirds innings with irritation in his left Achilles tendon. He allowed three runs on five hits prior to giving way to reliever Chin-hui Tsao. A rookie in 2009, with what seemed like limitless potential, Anderson pitched a full season for the Oakland […]

Brett Anderson’s injury-prone career continues with Dodgers

UPDATE: March 23, 2015 8:40 am PT As I mention in the original text the Los Angeles Dodgers’ number three starter, Hyun-jin Ryu, was going to be missing his next spring start. Well, it turns out that he’ll now be missing more than that, in fact, he’ll be starting the season on the disabled list, according to manager Don Mattingly. Ryu’s throwing program has been completely shutdown and the 27-year-old left-hander is being taken back to Los Angeles to meet with team doctor Neal ElAttrache for an examination on Monday. The results of the examination will determine whether or not Ryu […]

UPDATE: Dodgers’ lack of pitching depth made more apparent with ...

Victor Decolongon/Getty Images Los Angeles Dodgers’ pitcher Hyun-jin Ryu was almost perfect on Memorial Day 2014, just one day after teammate Josh Beckett, 34, threw his first career no-hitter. Ryu, 27, retired the first 21 hitters he faced on Monday, striking out seven of them and not allowing a walk. The Dodgers batted for a full 32 minutes in the bottom of the seventh which probably didn’t help Ryu very much except for the fact that they did score three runs to make the score 4-0. Justin Turner had a 16-pitch at-bat against Johnny Cueto, one of baseball’s hottest pitchers this season, before drawing a walk […]

Dodgers Ryu flirts with perfect game, day after teammate Beckett’s ...