‘Ace who broke a losing streak’ NL player of the week ‘ERA 0.00-21K’

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The Ace, who broke the team’s 7th and 4th consecutive losses based on perfect pitching, became the player who spent the hottest week in the National League.

The Major League Secretariat announced on the 16th (Korean time) that Mitch Keller (27, Pittsburgh Pirates) was selected as the National League Player of the Week. The first award in his personal career.

Keller threw 16 innings in two games over the past week, recording two wins and an undefeated ERA of 0.00. He also struck out 21 while giving up one walk.

In particular, Keller’s two victories were all victories that stopped Pittsburgh’s losing streak. On the 9th, he broke a 7-game losing streak with a shutout, and on the 15th, he saved the team from a 4-game losing streak with a 13 strikeout show.

In other words, Pittsburgh has only recently won two games with Keller. 2 wins and 11 losses. It made it possible to know how great the power of an ace to break a losing streak is.

Accordingly, Keller threw 56 2/3 innings in 9 games of the season until the 16th, recording 5 wins and 1 loss with an ERA of 2.38. 69 strikeouts.안전놀이터

If this momentum continues, a Cy Young competition is possible. Keller reduced his ERA by about one point in just two games.

Keller has an above-average four-seam fastball and curveball. Also, the slider is the best in the league. The average velocity of his four-seam fastball is 95.8 mph.

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