I’m sorry I couldn’t make it to the celebration…I’ll give you exactly 10 days. Come back quickly!

Ryu Hyun-jin (37) of the Hanwha Eagles achieved his 100th career victory in the game against the SSG in Daejeon on April 30. After the game, his teammates poured water. Park Sang-won pulled out the water purifier bottle. With his body all wet, Ryu was smiling brighter than anyone else in the baseball stadium. “It’s my first time getting hit, and it’s fun and I feel good,” he said.토토사이트

After finishing all the schedules, Ryu had a small party with his family and friends at a meat restaurant in Daejeon. Among the players were Jang Min-jae, Ryu’s best friend, and Noh Si-hwan, a “luxury helper” with 100 wins. At the match against SSG on the day, Noh not only played a come-from-behind grand slam but also helped Ryu win 100 games.

“I think (Ryu Hyun-jin) should buy beef once,” Roh said in an interview with reporters after the game. Upon hearing this, Ryu jokingly said, “If Noh is talented, he should do that,” but never forgot to treat his proud junior to beef.

He also expressed his gratitude by putting his own grilled meat in his mouth. “It was a brilliant scene. I gave him just one piece.” Jang gave a cake to celebrate his 100th win, which he produced with his respect. “I think they did a good job,” Ryu said, expressing satisfaction.

Even though he could not be there, there was a player who sent congratulatory messages from a distance. He is Moon Dong-ju (21), who is currently spending time in the rearrangement of the team in Seosan (second tier). He has been chasing after Ryu, who returned to the KBO League after a 12-year absence. He even said, “I’ll keep up with him today and tomorrow.” In addition to transferring techniques such as changeups, Ryu has generously shared his tips on how to manage game management and mental health.

“I’m sorry I couldn’t be there,” said Moon Dong-ju, who faced Ryu Hyun-jin through a video call. Ryu conveyed his sincere heart to Moon Dong-ju, who felt sorry for not being able to share the moment of his 100th victory, by saying, “Come quickly in 10 days.”

After starting six games this season and suffering one win, two losses and an 8.78 ERA, Moon was excluded from the starting lineup on April 29. “We believe it would be better to return to the starting lineup after recovering his condition in the second tier,” Hanwha manager Choi Won-ho said. As Ryu wished, Moon will return to the starting lineup after 10 days when he can rejoin the first tier.

In order to achieve the May goal that Ryu has proposed, Moon needs to make a rebound. “April has ended when the team’s performance was sluggish,” Ryu said. “From May, I have to work hard again. My biggest goal is to recover the performance I forgot in April.”

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