“MLB Dotcom’s power ranking No. 1 → No. 9 Fall” 73.7 billion veterans rebound to No. 5 “Played 3rd in ERA in debut season.”

MLBcom, the official media of Major League Baseball, announced its seventh starting pitcher power ranking this season on the 20th (Korea time). With prominent pitchers on the power ranking, Imanaga ranked fifth and raised the ranking. 토토사이트 순위

Imanaga is a veteran left-handed pitcher who recorded an ERA of 3.18 in 165 games (1,002 ⅔ innings) in the eight seasons of the Japanese pro baseball (2016-2023). He successfully entered the Major League this season by signing a four-year contract of 53 million U.S. dollars with the Cubs. In the early days of the season, he showed an overwhelming performance by winning the Rookie of the Year award in the National League in April.

However, Imanaga faced a grave crisis. His ERA surged from 0.84 to 1.88 as he struggled in the game against Milwaukee on April 30 (lost eight hits (two homers) and the game against the White Sox on April 5 (lost seven hits (one homer) and six strikeouts, five runs and one earned run) in four ⅓. Due to his two poor performances, Imanaga’s power ranking for MLB.com ‘s starting pitcher also plunged. Imanaga, who was ranked first in the power ranking for his fifth starting pitcher, dropped to ninth place.

Since then, Imanaga has begun to regain stability. At the game against Cincinnati on the 10th, he won the game with five hits (one homer) and seven strikeouts and two runs in six ⅔ innings, and at the game against St. Louis on the 16th, he won the game with four hits and one strikeout, six strikeouts and one run in seven innings, to win his second consecutive game. His ranking also rose to fifth place in the starting pitcher Power Rankie, reflecting his recent good pitching.

MLB.com said, “Imanaga has risen back to fifth after falling from first place to ninth place. He allowed 12 runs against the Brewers and White Sox, but allowed only three runs over 13 ⅔ in his last two starts against the Reds and Cardinals. Imanaga now has seven wins and one loss with a 1.89 ERA in his debut season, with 78 strikeouts. He has the third lowest ERA among pitchers in innings, following Pablo López (Minnesota) and Ranger Suarez (Philadelphia).”

The No. 1 player in the power rankings was Suarez. He is enjoying his best season in 15 games (92 ⅓ innings) with 10-1 record and 1.75 ERA. He ranked second in the last rankings and finally came out to the top. Tariq Skubal (Detroit), who topped the previous rankings, fell to the second place after losing the game against Atlanta with seven hits (two homers) and two walks, seven strikeouts, and five runs (four earned) in four innings.

Following Suarez and Scubal, third-ranked Luis Gil (Yankees), fourth-ranked Corbin Burns (Baltimore), fifth-ranked Imana Shota, sixth-ranked Jack Wheeler (Philadelphia), seventh-ranked Paul Skins (Pittsburgh), eighth-ranked Garrett Corchett (White Sox), ninth-ranked Tyler Glasnow (Dodgers) and 10th-ranked Tanner Hauc (Boston) made the list.

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