The Dodgers picked up the series win on Sunday thanks to seven shutout innings from Hyun-Jin Ryu. You can check out the recap here
Justin Turner had his ninth career multi-homer game, here’s what he had to say following his performance.
"It's fun to play defense behind him."— SportsNet LA (@SportsNetLA) August 11, 2019
JT talks @HyunJinRyu99's return and the #Dodgers offense getting to Mike Leake early. pic.twitter.com/PT5feOwtFq
As mentioned, Ryu threw seven scoreless innings to lower his season ERA to 1.45. That’s pretty good.
Hyun-Jin Ryu has a 1.45 ERA and it's August 11. It's the lowest ERA after the first 22 starts of the season since 2005 Roger Clemens (also 1.45 ERA).— Sung Min Kim (@sung_minkim) August 12, 2019
Joe just referenced it and I tweeted it before, but Ryu's 2019 season is one of the best in the last 20 seasons by ERA- standards— Rick Krajewski (@Rick_K21) August 11, 2019
Single-season ERA- Leaders (since 2000)
1) Pedro Martinez (2000) = 35.32
2) Hyun-Jin Ryu (2019) = 36.70
3) Roger Clemens (2005) = 44.37
Around the league...
There was a crazy finish in Baltimore. First, there was this.
A Little League homer for the lead! pic.twitter.com/V2Rws9ZEWv— MLB (@MLB) August 11, 2019
Rio to the rescue.— MLB (@MLB) August 11, 2019
(MLB x @Supercuts) pic.twitter.com/1otatvx2cn
Check out this crazy at bat!
#VladJr fouled off SEVEN pitches in this 13-pitch battle vs. Aroldis Chapman.— MLB Stats (@MLBStats) August 11, 2019
But advantage: Chapman. pic.twitter.com/2PtIOKPoP6