Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Zack Gallen has risen to the top of the Major League Baseball starting pitcher rankings for the first time.
On the 20th (Korean time), the official Major League Baseball website announced a new starting pitcher ranking. The new No. 1 player is Arizona pitcher Galen. Gallen has started 10 games this season and is 6-2 with a 2.95 ERA with 72 strikeouts in 61 innings. The ranking was based on the results on the 19th.
“He may be less famous than the other pitchers on this ranking list,” the website said. 3.01 is excellent,” he explained.
Gallen is not ranked first among major league regular innings pitchers this year, but most of them include second in wins overall, second in innings (first in National League), third in strikeouts, and 20th in earned run average (11th in National League). is at the top of the index. Gallen, who was ranked second in the previous starting pitcher rankings, has risen to first place this time.
In second place, the rising ‘Doctor K’ Spencer Strider (Atlanta Braves) was selected. The above homepage expresses “Strider’s ‘S’ is the S of ‘Srikeoout'” and says, “He struck out 86 in 51⅔ innings. If the strikeout rate of 41% is maintained through the end of the season, the pitcher who has completed the required number of innings It will exceed 40% for the first time.”메이저사이트
3rd place was Minnesota Twins Sonny Gray, 4th place was New York Yankees Gerrit Cole (1st place in total innings, 62⅔ innings). Following them, Eduardo Rodriguez of the Detroit Tigers ranked 5th, Mitch Keller of the Pittsburgh Pirates ranked 6th, Shane McClarnahan of the Tampa Bay Rays ranked 7th (1st overall, 7 wins), Clayton Kershaw of the Los Angeles Dodgers ranked 8th, and Nathan Eovaldi of the Texas Rangers ranked 10th. Above was Minnesota Joe Ryan in order.