Ryu Hyun-jin pitched four home runs, including a full-base homerun, in the New York Yankees, the biggest hurdle for the Cy Young Challenge, and recorded his fourth loss of the season. The Cy Young competition has turned into a fog phase.

This is reporter Kim Jung-woo.


Ryu Hyun-jin, who won the second no-out 2-3 base crisis without a break and received a standing ovation, fell to the Yankees' home run for the third time.

Following a solo home run by Jersey and Sanchez, he was on the brink of two outs and twos in five.

Sánchez was sent to the deliberate ballot, allowing Gregorius to win a full base home run for the first time since the 2013 Big League.

Ryu Hyun-jin, who scored seven points in five two-outs, finished the 11th home streak and scored the fourth loss of the season, with an average ERA of 2.00.

[Ryu Hyun-jin / LA Dodgers pitcher: Today's home run was also a smashing ball, but like the early days, pitching should be good at cornerwalking, but that's a little bad in both games.]

On the day that Ryu Hyun-jin's biggest weapon, the 1-to-average ERA, collapsed, rival winner Digrom of New York Mets last year struck out a 13-inning inning with 13 strikeouts in Atlanta and fought the Cy Young race. Created.

(Video Editing: South Korea)