The supernatural power of throwing 161 km after passing 100 pitches… But why couldn’t I win?

 He is the ‘next-generation ace’ who throws a 100-mile fastball, but he has not yet won a win.

Cincinnati’s fireballer Hunter Green (23) is playing a full-time season as a starting pitcher this year, but his only results are 4 losses and an ERA of 4.68.

Green took the mound as a starting pitcher in the 2023 Major League Baseball game against the New York Yankees held at the Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA on the 22nd (Korean time).

On this day, Green threw 7 innings and struck out 10, but gave up 4 runs on 4 hits and 3 walks, and Cincinnati lost the match 1-4, eventually being named the losing pitcher.

Green’s fastball stood out in this game as well. The velocity of his final ball, which he threw in the seventh inning, was 100.3 miles (161 km). It was Green’s best restraint of the day. Green, who left 106 pitches, occasionally showed a fastball that exceeded 100 mph, and most of them were in the upper 90 mph.

However, this time, they could not avoid defeat. He pitched without a run until the 4th inning, but allowed a walk to lead batter Willie Calhoun in the top of the 5th inning to start the run. Against Harrison Bader, Green took the ball count 1B, 2S in his favor, but his 92.5 mile (149km) changeup, thrown on the 4th pitch, went to the middle and hit a two-run home run.

Green’s suffering continued in the 6th inning. The problem was that the 97-mile (156 km) four-seam fastball, the first pitch thrown to Glaber Torres, was driven to the center. The result was a superior solo home run. Even in the top of the 7th inning, even after getting 2 outs, he allowed a walk to Jake Bowers, and then Anthony Wolf hit a double at the right time in the left hand and gave him a 1-4 lead. This time the 90-mile (145 km) slider was headed toward the middle.

Overall,토토사이트 though, it wasn’t bad pitching. After the game, Green said in an interview with local media such as the official website of the Major League Baseball (, “I was satisfied with all pitches. I pitched more consistently than in the past.” Cincinnati coach David Bell also encouraged Green by saying, “It was a step in the right direction. Green did his part.”

Green finished April with one loss and a 2.19 ERA, but struggled in May with three losses and a 6.95 ERA. However, his current experience will be a huge asset to him as he has the potential to become one of the best fastball starting pitchers in the majors before long.

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