Ace Ryu spins a gem in Dixie as Jays beat Braves


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He promptly went out and minimize down the Braves, who’ve begun baseball’s shortened season by scoring runs at will.

Ryu would say following his first win how he used his time to work on his slider, which he mentioned regarded extra like a cutter in his earlier two outings.

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The following step, based on Ryu, is to brush up on his command.

“That’s the man we have been anticipating,’’ supervisor Charlie Montoyo mentioned. ”He’s again on monitor. He offers us an opportunity each time he takes to the mound.”

An evening earlier, the Braves bombed the Blue Jays, 10-1.

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All of the Braves might handle Wednesday was an infield single off Ryu, who struck out eight and walked three in 5 innings.

When Ryu left, the Jays led 2-Zero.

Thomas Hatch was on the bump to start the sixth inning, retiring Atlanta’s prime of the order so as with relative ease.

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He gave up an opposite-field homer to Adam Duvall within the seventh to make it a one-run sport, forcing the Jays to show to Ryan Borucki, who struck out Freddie Freeman after which Johan Camargo to finish the inning.

Jordan Romano got here in for the eighth to put up a formidable three-up, three-down body.

All in all, the whole lot fell into place, pitching-wise, for the Blue Jays with Anthony Bass recording the save.

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Ryu’s night started by strolling Ronald Acuna Jr. on 5 pitches.

Ryu then buckled down and struck out Dansby Swanson on a heater.

A nasty changeup led to a second straight Okay when Ryu struck out Marcell Ozuna.

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Toronto’s prime half of the second would see the Jays produce their first hit, a one-out double to right-centre by Vladimir Guerrero Jr., his third double in two nights.