Max Fried (29, Atlanta Braves), who left due to a hamstring injury in the last opening game, returned to his full form.
Atlanta had an away game against the San Diego Padres on the 18th (Korean time) at Petco Park in San Diego, California, USA.
Fried, who started as the Atlanta starting pitcher that day, threw 79 pitches (55 strikes) in 5 innings, striking out 4 with 4 hits and no runs. 0 walks.
There appeared to be no aftermath of the injury. Fried threw a 97.6 mph four-seam fastball that day. He also neutralized San Diego’s lineup by mixing a curveball and changeup.메이저놀이터
Atlanta’s Austin Riley gave up two runs to San Diego starter Ryan Weathers in the first inning. As a result, Fried went down the mound with a 2-0 lead.
Afterwards, the Atlanta relief team blocked the San Diego offense with 4 scoreless innings. Atlanta’s 2-0 victory. Dylan Lee and Jesse Chavez got the hold and AJ Minter got the save.
Earlier, in the opening game against the Washington Nationals on the 31st of last month, Fried suffered discomfort in his left hamstring while defending and was then forced out. However, the diagnosis at the time was that the degree of injury was not serious.
Afterwards, Fried was put on the injured list and took a break, and returned on the 18th against San Diego. He has been on the injured list for about 15 days.
Fried, who has been in his 7th year in the major leagues, recorded an average ERA of 2.48 in 30 games last year, emerging as an ace representing the league.
This season, it is evaluated as a strong candidate for the National League Cy Young Award. Attention is focusing on whether Fried, who has returned from injury, will be able to perform an activity worthy of the evaluation of being a Cy Young Award candidate.