Ryu Hyun-jin’s four-year run with the Toronto Blue Jays has come to an end. Ryu Hyun-jin signed a
four-year, $80 million contract with Toronto ahead of the 2020 season . Except for the first half of 2020 and 2021, Ryu Hyun-jin performed poorly due to injuries. It is unclear how his four years in Toronto will be evaluated in the free agent market. However, there are many evaluations that he can still play in the major leagues after Tommy John surgery, so he is expected to receive ‘love calls’ from several teams. The problem is the ransom. On the 5th (Korean time), Fansideid included Ryu Hyun-jin in a list of four people who will not return to Toronto next year. The media said, ” Given the uncertainty about Alec Manoa, re-signing a player like Ryu Hyun-jin remains a possibility,” and “However, Ryu Hyun-jin has appeared in only 16 games over the past two seasons after undergoing Tommy John surgery. He has appeared in only 16 games over the past two seasons.” “Despite having some success in his starts this season, he is a pitcher with huge question marks.” He continued, “If Ryu Hyun-jin’s asking price is still high, Toronto would be wise to send him elsewhere and use the money to sign a more reliable starting pitcher.”토토사이트 The media said that manager John Snyder should also be let go, and relief pitcher Jordan Hicks and third baseman Matt Chapman were expected to leave for teams offering better conditions.