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Win, lose, lose, lose for the first time since returning to the big leagues

Last year, KBO regular season MVP Eric Peddy tasted the bitter taste of his first defeat in the big league.

Peddy started the 2024 Major League Baseball’s Toronto Blue Jays away game at Rodgers Center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the 21st (Korea time) and pitched 84 pitches in six innings, making him a losing pitcher with seven hits (one home run), one walk, two strikeouts and five runs.
Feddy, who returned to the big leagues this season and settled on the White Sox’s starting lineup, enjoyed a successful run with four wins and no loss with a 2.60 ERA in nine games, but this loss dampened his momentum. Feddy’s ERA, which suffered his first loss since his return, rose slightly to 3.10.

He got off to a flying start in the first inning with three outs, and was supported by the batters’ one run in the top of the second inning. However, after allowing leadoff hitter Bob Bissett to hit a double in the bottom of the second inning, he was shaken up by giving up a two-run come-from-behind shot to Dalton Basho.

After giving up a leadoff double in the third inning, Peddy allowed consecutive timely hits to Danny Jansen and Vladimir Guerrero to take the lead to 1-4.

After paving the way for his team to narrow the gap with 2-4 in the top of the fourth inning due to a timely hit by his teammate Paul De Jong, Peddy seemed to be making a smooth sailing, with three outs in the bottom of the fourth inning. He also managed to block the crisis of hitting a lead-off batter in the bottom of the fifth inning by striking out and having a double play, showing good performance.

However, after allowing the first batter to get on base with a walk in the bottom of the sixth inning, he lost another point as he was hit by a timely double by Bobcett. Five runs were allowed. When his team was losing 3-5 in the bottom of the seventh inning, he exited the mound and was on the verge of losing the game.

The White Sox chased after Paul De Jong with a solo shot, but bowed his head in the bottom of the seventh inning, giving up a two-run wedge to Danny Jansen. The White Sox lost 3-9 in the ninth inning, giving up a two-run timely hit to Danny Jansen.

Peddy played for the NC Dinos in the KBO League last year, recording 20-6 losses and a 2.00 ERA in 30 games, winning three awards with the first place in ERA, multiple wins, and first place in strikeouts (209). With this performance, Peddy returned to the big league and was writing a “reverse export myth,” but the loss dampened his rise.먹튀검증


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