’36 innings, 33 runs → ERA recovery of 3 points’ Lynn joins WBC

Lance Lynn (35, Chicago White Sox) joins the WBC USA team.

MLB.com announced on the 15th (hereinafter local time), “Lynne was named to the WBC US national team list.” The U.S. team, which Lin belongs to, will play its first game in Group C (USA, Canada, Mexico, England, Colombia) on March 11 next year.

Lin was selected by the St. Louis Cardinals in the first round of the 2008 draft and was called up to the majors in 2011. Since then, he was selected as an All-Star from the first season of selection in 2012, and became a key pitcher by maintaining a 10-win ERA and 3-point range until 2017, excluding the 2016 season, when he left due to Tommy John surgery. 토토사이트

In the first half of 2018, he was somewhat sluggish with the Minnesota Twins, but after moving to the New York Yankees, he regained his position and maintained a 10-win record. After that, he continued his good performance and was selected as a Cy Young Award candidate last year, but he was put on the IL list and was pushed out of the competition.

This season, after being knocked out due to a right knee tendon injury during an exhibition game, he returned in June, but recorded 33 runs in 36 innings in the first half, showing a record level of sluggishness. However, he recovered his condition and succeeded in maintaining his 3-point range with an ERA of 3.99.