“You could win the Cy Young Award without a kite”… ‘ERA 1.35’ Cole, 1st in starting power rankings, 4th in Ohtani, 5th in Kershaw
Gerrit Cole (New York Yankees)’s good performance at the beginning of the season continues. 1 position in the starting pitcher power rankings.
On the 5th (Korean time), the US’MLB.com said, “It’s just been over a month since the opening day. It’s time to check the power rankings of starting pitchers.” It was hoped for, but some players had a good performance over the weeks.”
‘MLB.com”s starting pitcher power ranking was selected with records up to the game on the 4th. The first place was held by Cole. ‘MLB.com’ said, “Cole was ranked first in the last power ranking. After that, he performed well in three games.”
‘MLB.com’ said, “Cole hit 33 home runs last season. He didn’t allow a home run this season either.” You may receive a Cy Young Award that you didn’t have a relationship with.”
Second place is Jack Gallon (Arizona Diamondbacks), and third place is Sonny Gray (Minnesota Twins). Gallen entered the top 10 for the first time.
Shohei Ohtani (LA Angels) came in fourth. It fell 2 places from the previous ranking. ‘MLB.com’ said, “Ohtani is showing surprises at the plate and on the mound. He has given up nine runs in his last two starts, but struck out 13 against the St. Louis Cardinals on the 4th. This is a career high. This season With 59 strikeouts, he ranks first in strikeouts.”
5 was Clayton Kershaw of the Los Angeles Dodgers. ‘MLB.com’ said, “Kershaw, who won the Cy Young Award 3 times, entered his twilight years. However, he recorded an ERA of 1.89 and a strikeout/walk ratio of 8.2. He appeared in six games this season and recorded a WHIP of 0.76.”
Kershaw is followed by Spencer Stryber (Atlanta Braves), Luis Castillo (Seattle Mariners), Kevin Gaussman (Toronto Blue Jays), Shane McClanahan (Tampa Bay Rays), and Justin Steel (Chicago Cubs). I put my name on it.