2nd place with the most wins in the ML field that appeared at the Hanwha camp… 21.4 billion won contract, 0 wins and 4 losses, ‘Ah, time’
Jack Greinke (40, Kansas City Royals) signed a one-year contract this season following the 2022 season. Contracts worth up to $16 million (approximately KRW 21.4 billion) including options on a guarantee contract of $8.5 million. He recorded 223 wins, 145 losses, and an earned run average of 3.45 in 562 games through the 2022 season.
It is the second most active major league win after Justin Verlander (40, New York Mets) with 244 wins. 70th overall. However, this season, he has 4 losses and an average ERA of 6.10 without a win in 6 games. On August 12, 2022, following the Chicago White Sox match (6⅓ innings, 9 hits, 5 strikeouts, no runs), he has not been able to establish a relationship with victory for the 8th month.
forty It has come down from its heyday. He is a pitcher who is running toward the end of his baseball life after returning to Kansas City, his hometown, after passing through the Los Angeles Dodgers, Arizona Diamondbacks, and Houston Astros. In February, Hanwha went to Bellbank Park in Mesa, Arizona, USA, where they had a spring camp, and did personal training. Coincidentally, on the day the reporter covered the Hanwha camp, Greinke appeared on the scene.
At the time, Hanwha used 3 of the 4 grounds at Belbank Park, and 1 side was operated separately by Belbank Park. Driveline, which includes Greinke and Dallas Keuchel, paid for the use of Bellbank Park and helped with personal training. Some Hanwha players watched them with interest during training. I heard that Greinke visits Bellbank Park at least twice a week.
I think I prepared thoroughly for the season like that, but I’m not really lucky. There were also games where I pitched relatively well to simply bring up the topic of age. March 31 against the Minnesota Twins, 7 hits, 4 strikeouts, 1 walk, 2 runs in 5⅓ innings, 6 innings against the Toronto Blue Jays, 7 hits, 4 strikeouts, 1 walk, 1 run, 11 days against the Texas Rangers, 6 hits, 3 strikeouts, 1 walk, 4 runs in 5 innings (3 self-blame) wasn’t bad.
However, the last 3 games have definitely not been good. On the 17th, against the Atlanta Braves, 6 innings, 4 hits, 6 strikeouts, 1 walk, 4 runs, on the 23rd, against the Los Angeles Angels, 5 innings, 7 hits, 2 strikeouts, 4 runs, and on the 28th, against the Minnesota Twins, 3 ⅔ innings, 8 hits, 3 strikeouts, 2 walks, 7 runs, the worst of the season pitched 스포츠토토
His fastball ranged from 92 to 93 mph, and he played with a cutter, changeup, slider, and curveball, but it was not easy. There were many cases where the pitched bullets were wide. He faced a crisis by giving up a walk and consecutive hits from the first inning, and allowed three runs until the second inning. He passed the 3rd inning with a three-way offense, but in the 4th, the curve that he used on Byron Buxton went into the middle and allowed a decisive three-run four. He dropped the curve well against Carlos Correa, who was sluggish this season, but fell victim to back-to-back homers.
It is true that the overall position is not as good as before. Even after throwing well in the first two or three games of the season, there is a feeling that it is more twisted after the victory does not follow. His performance this season is definitely awkward considering Greinke’s name value. His career multiplier still stands at 223 wins. The April schedule is over, and we are aiming for a rebound in May.