The Atlanta Braves Ace is back. The opponent, of course, is the San Diego Padres.
Atlanta’s Max Fried will start and make a comeback in the away game against San Diego held at Petco Park on the 18th at 10:40 am (Korean time).
Brian Snicker, Atlanta coach Brian Snicker, said in a local interview after the game against the Kansas City Royals on the 17th, “Tomorrow, Fried will take the mound. There is no inning limit.” We have to see what happens,” he said.
In the opening game against the Washington Nationals on the 31st of last month, Fried induced Dominic Smith to ground first base in the 4th inning, and then injured his left hamstring while entering first base cover. Standing on the mound again with a limp in his leg, Fried practiced pitching, but when he decided he didn’t like it, he voluntarily gave up the pitch. Fried was placed on the injured list the next day.
Fried took a career high last year and stood tall as a top-notch starting pitcher. He appeared in 30 games and threw 185⅓ innings, posting a 14-7 record with a 2.48 earned run average, 170 strikeouts and a 1.014 WHIP. He was selected as an All-Star for the first time in his career, and finished second to Miami Marlins Sandy Alcantara in the Cy Young Award voting.
In particular, his 9 innings walk rate was 1.55, boasting a sophisticated control to the point where he ranked second in the National League. He’s great at keeping runners in check, allowing just three stolen bases last year. He has an average speed of 94 mph on his fastball and is good with curveballs, sliders, changeups, and sweepers.
Interestingly, Fried’s home team is San Diego. Fried began his professional career after being selected by San Diego with the 7th overall pick in the 1st round of the 2012 draft. However, the season ended when he underwent Tommy John surgery in August 2014, and was traded to Atlanta in December of that year.
Fried, who was ranked second among the entire San Diego farm and first among pitchers in the MLB.com prospect list in 2014, moves to Atlanta and continues to grow.
He returned in 2016 after a year of rehabilitation after Tommy John surgery, and made his major league debut in 2017. He rose to the ranks of the class starters. 바카라사이트
In the shortened season in 2020, he boasted 7 wins, an average ERA of 2.25, and in 2021, 14 wins and 7 losses, an average ERA of 3.04. He will become a free agent after the season ends next year.
Ha-seong Kim faced Freed in an away game at True East Park on May 14 last year. He went to base with a clean left-handed hit in the first at-bat, then stepped home on the subsequent hit, and then withdrew with a lineout in right field and a floating ball in left field in the next two at-bats. He had good batted balls. There is also a memory that he hit a three-run home run in the top of the 7th inning after Fried was replaced.