Brooks Rayleigh (35), who won 48 wins for the Lotte Giants in the KBO League. Although he has become a veteran, he is on a winning streak in the major leagues.
Eventually, in 2022, when he was in the Tampa Bay race, he is trying to surpass his highest 25 holds in a season in one year. Only in July he has already harvested 4 holds. It’s 19 holds for the season, and his second year in a row of 20 holds is a matter of time. In addition, the National League stealing 1st place is also looking forward to it.온라인카지노
Rayleigh took the mound as the second pitcher in an away game against the New York Yankees on the 26th (hereinafter Korean time) and was sluggish with 0.1 innings, 1 hit, 1 walk and 2 runs. During a long season, there are days like this. Appearing at the end of the 7th inning with a lead of 7-0, it was a point where the tension was a little lower.
He threw a sweeper to leadoff hitter Isaiah Keener Palepa and it turned into a dune. He threw an outside changeup to Anthony Wolf just off the border line, but allowed an RBI double. Kyle Higashioka didn’t get his ball too far, so he walked. 1st out, 1st and 2nd baseman Jake Bauer handled the 3rd baseman’s fly ball with a sweeper and went down the mound. The follow-up pitcher gave up a walk and a sacrifice fly, giving Rayleigh two runs.
Reilly’s run is only 14 games since the June 18th home game against the St. Louis Cardinals. He lowered his earned run average from 3.09 to 2.08, but raised it to 2.57 again. He is also a bullpen that throws short innings, so it is not easy to manage his earned run average.
The July performance was 2.84 ERA in 4 holds in 8 games. His ERA of 1.74 with 1 loss and 3 holds in 13 games is slightly lower than in June, but it is absolutely not a bad performance except for 2 runs that day. The final season of a two-year, $10 million contract. It has already become a success story for the Mets this year.
He may not be able to win a much better contract because of his age, but with this level of solid performance, it seems that there will be no big problem in extending his career in the major leagues. Moreover, Rayleigh was away for a while due to elbow pain at the beginning of the season, but came back and is digesting the season healthy.
Until the 26th, Taylor Rogers (San Francisco Giants, 21 holds) ranked first in the National League hold. Rayleigh is tied for second with Joel Payamp (Milwaukee Brewers) and Tanner Scott (Miami Marlins). Stephen Wilson (San Diego Padres) followed with 18 holds.”