Colorado lineup revealed…Blackmon No. 1

The batting order of the Colorado Rockies, which Ryu Hyun-jin will face, has been revealed.

The Colorado Rockies unveiled the starting lineup for their home game against the Toronto Blue Jays at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado on the 2nd (Korean time).

Charlie Blackmon (Right fielder) Ezequiel Toba (Shortstop) Elias Diaz (Catcher) Ryan McMahon (3B) Brendan Rodgers (2B) Hunter Goodman (DH) Nolan Jones (Left field) Elefris Montero (1B) Brenton Doyle (center fielder) announced the lineup.

Six right-handed batters face Ryu Hyun-jin. Three players, including No. 1 hitter Blackmon, McMahon, and Jones, are left-handed hitters.

Blackmon takes the first step and Toba takes the second position. Colorado has recently been using two players as table setters regardless of the left/right matchup.바카라

Diaz, a right-handed hitter, came up to the batting order at number three. This season, he often moves up to number 3 when facing left-handed batters.

Rookie Goodman, who has shown good performance with 5 hits in 14 at bats in 4 games since his big league debut, is scheduled to face Ryu Hyun-jin in the 6th batting order.

Meanwhile, Colorado returned outfielder Sean Bosshard and right-hander Tyler Kinley in line with roster expansion that day.

Bosshard was a ninth-round draft pick in 2017 and spent most of this season on the disabled list with a torn left bicep. Last year, he appeared in 27 games in the big league, showing good results with a batting average of 0.297, an on-base percentage of 0.454, a slugging percentage of 0.500, 3 home runs, and 11 RBIs.

Kinley lasted just 5 2/3 innings in seven games this season. He spent most of his time on the disabled list with an elbow injury. He had experience pitching well with an ERA of 0.75 in 24 innings in 25 games last season.

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