56.6 Billion Falls, Another 56.6 Billion Injuries, NYM One-Two Punch Can’t Use It

The New York Mets starting lineup, which was rated as the best before the opening, is not operating properly. This is because Justin Verlander (40) and Max Scherzer (39), who are considered the best one-two punchers, are not showing their power. 스포츠토토

Verlander missed the opening due to an injury. On the 31st of last month (Korean time), he was put on the injured list due to inflammation of the right back (far teres).

The extent of his injury isn’t great, so he looks like he’ll be back soon, but Scherzer isn’t good either.

Scherzer is recording an average ERA of 4.35 with 1 win and 1 loss in 3 games since opening. In the opening game, he made a save with 3 runs in 6 innings, but in the 5th game, he lowered his head with 5 runs in 5⅓ innings. And on the 11th, against San Diego, he pitched 5 scoreless innings. However, the number of innings digested is gradually decreasing.

To make matters worse, even Scherzer collapsed. According to local media such as Newsday, Scherzer is complaining of pain in his side. He wasn’t on the injured list, not a major injury.

“I’ll miss the start until next Wednesday,” manager Buck Showalter explained. He skipped a turn in the starting rotation.

“I know what this injury is,” Scherzer said.

The annual salaries of the two players, Verlander and Scherzer, are $43.33 million (approximately 56.6 billion won), tied for first place in the major leagues this season. However, both players are currently unable to play their part.

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