LA Dodgers (H Ryu) (@1.5) vs Arizona (M Kelly) (@2.62)
29-08-2019

Our Prediction:

LA Dodgers (H Ryu) will win

LA Dodgers (H Ryu) – Arizona (M Kelly) Match Prediction | 29-08-2019 21:40

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Ryu was named the Dodgers opening day starter for the 2019 season after injuries to Clayton Kershaw and Rich Hill.[35]. He finished the game with 8 innings pitched, struck out nine, walked one, and gave up that one hit in a 60 win against the Washington Nationals. On May 7, 2019, Ryu pitched his second career complete game shutout against the Atlanta Braves. In his next start against the Washington Nationals on May 12, 2019, he had a no-hit bid before giving a double to Gerardo Parra in the eighth inning with one out. His two pitching performances earned him NL Player of the Week.[36] He followed this performance with 7 shutout innings against the Cincinnati Reds on May 19, 2019, extending his streak of consecutive scoreless innings pitched to 31. This streak is tied for the tenth longest in the history of the Dodgers, 28 fewer than the team record of 59 set by Orel Hershiser in 1988. He struck out six, walked none, and gave up four hits in the 90 victory.

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Look for teams to combine for double digits in todays game between the Diamondbacks and the Dodgers in Arizona. Bet on over the total! All in all both teams are capable of scoring at least five runs today. Kelly, who has been a bit inconsistent nearly all season long, struggling especially as of late. Arizona gives the ball to M. On the other hand LAD tries to counter with lefty Ryu, who is having a good season, but he has not been that strong in the last couple of games. Meanwhile both teams managed to win six of their last 10 games heading into this one today.

Los Angeles Dodgers (-195) vs. Arizona Diamondbacks (9) Preview (08/29/2019)

Mike Leake picked up his first win with the D-backs as he gave up two earned runs on four hits with two strikeouts and one walk over 7 1/3 innings. Christian Walker was 2-for-3 with a walk, a run scored and an RBI. Ketel Marte helped lead the Diamondbacks offense as he finished 2-for-3 with a solo home run. Adam Jones ended the game 2-for-3 with an RBI. Arizona picked up a 3-2 win at San Francisco Tuesday night to improve to 67-66 overall and 37-34 on the road. Archie Bradley recorded the save as he struck out one in a perfect inning of work.

I'm going to bank on Ryu having another subpar outing as well, so my lean on this game is actually on the over. Kelly is a mediocre starting pitcher and I think LA will get to him early and often. Ryu has looked tired in his last two starts and the Dodgers have talked about limiting his innings next start. Both teams are coming off series' where they played in pitcher's parks and now enter into more hitter-friendly confines at Chase Field.

Ryu enjoys a popularity amongst South Korean baseball players, drawing South Korean fans as well as fans of Korean ancestry in nearly every stadium he pitches in.

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Ryu made his Major League Baseball debut in a start against the San Francisco Giants on April 2, 2013. He allowed 10 hits in 6.1 innings but only one earned run.[9] Ryu picked up his first Major League win on April 7 over the Pittsburgh Pirates.[10] On April 13 against the Arizona Diamondbacks, he recorded his first major league hit with a double in the third inning. He wound up 3 for 3 at the plate in the game, the first Dodgers pitcher to get three hits in a game since Randy Wolf in 2009.[11] This game was also his 100th career win, in South Korea and the U.S.

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On November 9, 2012, the Eagles accepted the reported bid of $25.7M from the Los Angeles Dodgers, giving them a 30-day period to try to negotiate a contract with Ryu.

In July 2005, Ryu was selected by the Hanwha Eagles as the 1st pick in the second round of the 2006 KBO League Draft, and made his professional debut on April 12, 2006. He earned the pitching Triple Crown, and was eventually named both Rookie of the Year and Player of the Year. In his rookie year of 2006, Ryu finished with an 186 win-loss record, a 2.23 ERA and 205 strikeouts in 201.2 innings pitched.

In the gold medal game against Cuba, he pitched 813 innings, allowing two earned runs in a 32 victory. In the team's third game of round-robin play, Ryu pitched a 10 complete game shutout victory over Canada, giving up five hits. In August 2008, Ryu competed for the South Korea national baseball team in the 2008 Summer Olympics, where they won the gold medal in the baseball tournament.

Ryu started the semifinal match against Chinese Taipei (Taiwan), and helped his team reach the final, recording ten strikeouts and giving up one unearned run on four hits in six innings. During the competition, he pitched eight13 innings with 14 strikeouts, and gave up an unearned run on five hits in three games (one start). In 2005, Ryu was selected for the South Korea national junior team that was runner-up in the 6th Asian Junior Baseball Championship in Seoul, South Korea.