Emergency PHI… Average 159.5km/h, Alvarado also has elbow problems

The Philadelphia Phillies have an emergency.

On the 10th (Korean time), Philadelphia placed left-handed bullpen Jose Alvarado (28) on the 15-day disabled list (IL). I left last May due to inflammation of my left elbow, but this time it is the same reason. The IL registration date is retroactive to the 8th. CBS Sports of the United States said, “The All-Star break is included, but Alvarado must miss at least the first two series after the break.” All pitcher injuries are worrisome, but elbow and shoulder injuries are the biggest concerns.”

Alvarado has been one of the strongest bullpens in the big leagues this season. He pitched in 26 games before his injury, posting a 1.38 earned run average with 6 holds and 6 saves. Although his pitching repertoire is somewhat monotonous with his fastball and slider, he overwhelms batters with his pitch. He struck out 39 in 26 innings for a strikeout rate of 13.5 per nine innings (3.1 walks per nine innings). Based on Fangraph.com, a site specializing in MLB records, Alvarado’s average fastball velocity for the season was 99.1 miles (159.5 km/h), and the highest velocity exceeded 100 miles. But his sensitive elbow pain was holding him back.메이저사이트

According to MLB.com, the MLB official website, Alvarado has no plans for a separate MRI scan or injection treatment. Philadelphia coach Rob Thompson was wary of over-interpretation, saying, “It’s just a little inflammation in the elbow.” Alvarado can be activated in IL from the 23rd. Alvarado, from Venezuela, has a record of 13 wins, 18 losses, 9 holds, 28 saves, and an average ERA of 3.36 in the big leagues (7 years).

Philadelphia called up Andrew Bellati (32), a right-handed pitcher from Triple-A in the Minor League, as a card to fill Alvarado’s vacancy. Bellati’s triple-A record for the season was 15 games, 1 win, 3 saves, and an ERA of 1.20. He pitched in 15 games in the big leagues and posted an earned run average of 5.68. He was demoted to the minor leagues at the end of May, but he got his chance again in about two months.

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