Now, the 1-point range is much closer than the 3-point range. Blais Snell (31) has virtually confirmed his Cy Young Award award as he approaches his free agent eligibility.
San Diego played an away game against the San Francisco Giants at Oracle Park in San Francisco, California, USA on the 26th (Korean time).토토사이트
Snell, who started as San Diego’s starting pitcher that day, threw 100 balls (65 strikes) in 6 innings, allowing 4 hits and no runs. 7 strikeouts.
Additionally, Snell showed relatively stable control of his pitch, allowing only two walks on this day. Although they were unable to achieve victory due to poor batting lineup and relief pitching, they continued their upward trend this month.
Accordingly, Snell pitched 180 innings in 32 games this season, recording 14 wins, 9 losses, and an ERA of 2.25. 234 strikeouts. He gave up 99 walks.
Additionally, Snell recorded only 2 earned runs while pitching 31 innings in 5 games held this month. His monthly earned run average reaches 0.58.
After the last game last month, the season’s ERA, which was 2.60, dropped to 2.25. A figure much closer to the 1-point range than the 3-point range.
Snell currently ranks first in the Major League in ERA. He has a gap of 0.49 over overall second place Gerrit Cole. Also, the difference with Senga Kodai, second place in the National League, is 0.71.
Although he is considered lucky due to his many walks and high on-base percentage, his earned run average, innings pitched, and strikeouts are all good enough to win the Cy Young Award.
Snell can now play in one more game on the remaining season schedule. Of course, even if he does not play in this game or shows a significant performance, his Cy Young Award is virtually confirmed.
Now, Snell just has to wait for the day when he becomes the 7th Cy Young Award winner in major league history. It was a huge hit ahead of free agency.