Ryu gave up two runs in seven innings against Boston on Sunday but did not factor into the decision. He allowed eight hits and one walk while striking out six.
In his first appearance after a splendid first half of the season that earned Ryu a starting nod in the All-Star Game, the South Korean lefty got off to a rough start against the Red Sox, allowing a pair of runs before recording his third out. However, he settled in to blank Boston for the remainder of his outing, allowing only three hits and one walk after the first inning. In doing so, Ryu tossed his 15th quality start of the season, tied for second among all pitchers. He was in line for his 11th win until Pedro Baez gave up a pair of homers in the eighth inning to tie the score 4-4. Ryu continues to stake his claim as the front-runner for the NL Cy Young Award, posting a 1.78 ERA, 0.93 WHIP and league-leading 9.55 K/BB on the season. He'll head home to face the Marlins on Friday in his next scheduled start.
Ryu (10-2) picked up the win Thursday after holding the Padres scoreless over six innings. He struck out five while allowing three hits and three walks.
Ryu bounced back from a rough outing at hitter-friendly Coors Field by shutting out the Padres to improve his record at Dodger Stadium to 7-0. The 32-year-old issued three free passes, matching as many as his last seven starts, but prevented them from causing any damage. Ryu has been dominant for the Dodgers this season, posting a 1.73 ERA, 0.91 and 99:10 K:BB. He'll take the mound next as the National League starter in this year's All-Star Game.
Ryu has been announced as the starting pitcher for the National League in the All-Star Game, Jorge Castillo of the Los Angeles Time reports.
Dodgers' manager Dave Roberts will be managing the National League squad, and he's named one of his own as the starter of the Midsummer Classic. Ryu has been stellar on the hill this season for the Dodgers, posting a 1.83 ERA and 0.90 WHIP with a 94:7 K:BB over 103 innings.
Ryu (9-2) allowed seven runs on nine hits and a walk while striking out four over four innings Friday, taking the loss as the Dodgers fell 13-9 to the Rockies.
He allowed more runs in this game than in his three previous starts combined. It's also the first time the 32-year-old has allowed more than three runs in a game this season. Ryu still has a sparkling 1.83 ERA and 0.90 WHIP through 103 innings this season, with a 94:7 K:BB. Coors Field is rarely a merciful park -- Ryu should have an easier go of things when he takes on the Diamondbacks at home Wednesday.
Ryu didn't factor into the decision in Saturday's 5-4 extra-innings win over the Rockies, giving up three runs (one earned) on six hits and a walk over six innings while striking out five.
The southpaw delivered his 11th straight quality start, throwing 70 of 107 pitches for strikes, but he checked out of the game with the score tied 3-3. Ryu has a stellar 7-0 record, 0.81 ERA and 67:4 K:BB through 78.2 innings over the course of that streak, but it could be in jeopardy when he takes the mound Thursday at Coors Field in a rematch with the Rockies.
Ryu is scheduled to start Saturday's game against the Rockies, Alanna Rizzo of Spectrum SportsNet LA reports.
Ryu originally lined up to start Friday's series opener, but the Dodgers have decided to push everyone in the rotation back one game to provide an extra day of rest since the team's next off day isn't until July 1. The 32-year-old is enjoying a career year with a 1.26 ERA, 0.82 WHIP and 85:5 K:BB over 93 innings.
Ryu did not factor into the decision against the Cubs on Sunday, pitching seven innings and giving up two unearned runs on seven hits. He struck out eight and did not walk a batter.
Despite settling for a no-decision, Ryu was once again in peak form. The only runs he allowed were unearned, coming on the heels of an error by Justin Turner leading off the sixth inning. Otherwise, Ryu was in complete control, throwing 68 of 94 pitches for strikes, whiffing eight and allowing no walks for his third consecutive start. The South Korean lefty has had a transcendent season thus far, compiling a 9-1 record with a minuscule 1.26 ERA, 0.82 WHIP and eye-popping 85:5 K:BB. He'll look to make the Rockies his next victim when he faces them at home Friday in his next scheduled start.
Ryu didn't factor into the decision against the Angels on Monday, giving up one earned run on seven hits over six innings, striking out six and walking none in a 5-3 defeat for the Dodgers.
He didn't get his 10th win, but Ryu nonetheless continued his Cy Young-caliber start to the season, as he's now sporting a 1.36 ERA and a 0.80 WHIP to go along with a ridiculous 77:5 K:BB through 86 innings. Remarkably, the 32-year-old still hasn't given up more than two earned in a start all season, a streak he'll look to continue when he takes on the Cubs in a home matchup in his next start on Sunday.
Ryu (9-1) picked up the win in Tuesday's 9-0 victory over the Diamondbacks, scattering three hits over seven scoreless innings while striking out two.
The veteran lefty was pitching to contact, which didn't seem like a great plan when the Dodgers committed two errors behind him in the first inning. However, Ryu escaped the early jam and proceeded to not allow a baserunner past second base the rest of the night. It's his sixth straight win and eighth consecutive quality start, and he'll carry a dazzling 1.35 ERA and 71:5 K:BB through 80 innings into a road start against the Angels next Monday.
Ryu (8-1) picked up the win Thursday, blanking the Mets for 7.2 innings and giving up only four hits and one walk while striking out seven.
After seeing his streak of consecutive scoreless innings end at 32 in his last start, Ryu was dominant again in holding the Mets scoreless through 7.2 innings. Ryu has now won five consecutive starts and has given up only two earned runs in 37.2 innings during that stretch. As has been the case all season, the lefty displayed pinpoint control Thursday, throwing 70 of his 106 pitches for strikes and walking only one batter. He also struck out seven to push his season K:BB to a pristine 69:5. The South Korean hurler leads the majors with a microscopic 1.48 ERA and ranks second with a 0.81 WHIP. He'll look to continue his dominance in a matchup with Arizona on Tuesday in his next scheduled start.
Ryu (7-1) allowed only two runs despite yielding 10 hits with three strikeouts and no walks across six innings to earn a victory against the Pirates on Saturday.
The 32-year-old's streak of 32 straight scoreless innings came to an end, and he yielded a season-high 10 hits, but after allowing two runs to open the second frame, Ryu held the Pirates to 0-for-10 in their last 10 at-bats with runners in scoring position. His continued great run support was more than enough for Ryu to win his fourth consecutive outing. He is tied for the league lead with seven wins and is tops among NL pitchers with a 1.65 ERA. He also has a 0.83 WHIP and 62 strikeouts in 65.1 innings this year. Ryu is set to pitch next against the Mets on Thursday.
Ryu (6-1) gave up no runs on five hits and one walk while striking out five through seven innings in a win over the Reds on Sunday.
Ryu cruised through seven innings to earn his third consecutive win. The left-hander is having a ridiculous stretch, pitching at least seven innings and posting a 0.69 ERA with a 36:1 K:BB in his last five starts. He has a 6-1 record with a 1.52 ERA through nine starts this season. Ryu will makes his next start Saturday at PNC Park.
Ryu (5-1) struck out nine and allowed only one hit and one walk in eight innings to earn a win against Washington on Sunday.
With his mom in attendance on Mother's Day, Ryu held the Nationals hitless until Gerardo Parra laced a one-out ground rule double in the eighth. The talented lefty then retired the next two batters in order to extend his scoreless inning streak to 24 -- the longest active streak in the majors. Ryu has been one of the best pitchers in baseball this season, with Sunday's gem lowering his ERA to 1.72 on the season. He also sports a 0.72 WHIP and a magnificent 54:3 K:BB ratio. He'll look to continue his dominance in his next start against Cincinnati on Sunday.
Ryu (4-1) scattered four hits over nine shutout innings while striking out six in Tuesday's 9-0 win over Atlanta.
The southpaw tossed a Maddux, needing only 93 pitches (67 strikes) to dispatch the opposition. Ryu has been brilliant and, more importantly, healthy so far in 2019, and he'll carry a 2.03 ERA and dazzling 45:2 K:BB through 44.1 innings into his next start Sunday, at home against the Nats.
Ryu gave up one run on four hits with no walks while striking out six through eight innings in a no-decision against the Giants on Wednesday.
Ryu tossed another gem, allowing only four baserunners in eight innings. The 32-year-old has seemingly stopped allowing free passes, posting a ridiculous 39:2 K:BB. He has a 3-1 record with a 2.55 ERA and a 0.5 BB/9 through six starts this season. Ryu will look to keep it going in his next start Tuesday against the Braves.
Ryu (3-1) allowed two runs on eight hits while striking out 10 over seven innings in a win over the Pirates on Friday night. He did not issue a walk.
Ryu was outstanding in this one, getting 16 called strikes and a whopping 19 swinging strikes on 105 pitches. Many were frustrated when Ryu landed on the IL after his April 8 outing, thinking "here we go again" with the lefty, but Ryu turned the page on the groin issue in a hurry and has gone 12.2 innings with four earned runs allowed and a 19:1 K:BB in two starts since his activation. The home runs are piling up (nine in 27.1 innings), but because he's been so stingy with the walks, the long ball hasn't really hurt Ryu to this point. He should be locked into active lineups for next week's outing in San Francisco.
Ryu (2-1) took the loss Saturday, allowing two runs on six hits and one walk while striking out nine over 5.2 innings against the Brewers.
Ryu pitched well but was victimized by solo home runs in the third and sixth innings from Christian Yelich. The 32-year-old was returning from stint on the injured list for a groin injury but was able to throw 92 pitches. Ryu has a 3.10 ERA and a 0.98 WHIP, and he'll look to get back in the win column Thursday against the Cubs at Wrigley Field.
The Dodgers activated Ryu (groin) from the 10-day injured list ahead of his scheduled start Saturday against the Brewers.
With Ryu back from the IL, the Dodgers will shift Julio Urias back to the bullpen to clear a rotation spot for the lefty. Though Ryu has received a clean bill of health after the recent bout with the groin issue, he might not make for the most comfortable option in DFS and season-long leagues with daily moves while facing a tough Brewers offense at hitter-friendly Miller Park.
Ryu (groin) will start Saturday at the Brewers, Ken Gurnick of MLB.com reports.
Ryu, who has been on the shelf since April 9 with a groin injury, has been cleared to rejoin the rotation after completing a 40-pitch side session with no issues Monday. His return will push Julio Urias to the bullpen, while it will also allow the Dodgers to afford the rest of their rotation an extra day of rest. Prior to landing on the shelf, Ryu compiled a 3.07 ERA, 0.89 WHIp and 14:1 K:BB in 14.1 innings (three starts).
Though Ryu (groin) appears ready to return from the 10-day injured list, he's uncertain to enter the rotation during the Dodgers' four-game series with the Brewers that begins Thursday. The Dodgers currently list Julio Urias, Ross Stripling, Clayton Kershaw and Kenta Maeda as their probable starters for the series.
After Ryu completed a 40-pitch side session Monday without incident, manager Dave Roberts declared the lefty ready to return from the IL and said he would replace Julio Urias as the team's fifth starter once formally activated. Urias has already been confirmed to make one final start Thursday before he heads to the bullpen, and it's not a given that the Dodgers will push back any of their other rotation members over the weekend to facilitate the addition of Ryu. Since Stripling, Kershaw and Maeda are all coming off strong outings, Roberts may be motivated to keep all three on their normal schedules. If that's the case, Ryu would likely be available only as a reliever if he's activated this weekend before he presumably rejoins the rotation during the three-game series with the Cubs that begins April 23. Expect the Dodgers to provide more clarity about their rotation plans following Thursday's contest.
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