Jack Gallon (28, Arizona Diamondbacks), the No. 1 player in the National League Cy Young Award, collapsed. Will Blake Snell (31, San Diego Padres) really relive his 2018 glory? Gallen collapsed with 5 runs in 6 1/3 innings in a home game against the St. Louis Cardinals on the 27th (hereinafter Korean time). As a result, the season ERA rose from 3.18 to 3.36. On the other hand, Snell won his 7th win of the season with 1 run in 6 innings against the Pittsburgh Pirates on the 26th. In addition, the season ERA fell from 2.67 to 2.61.

Snell currently leads the major leagues in ERA. 0.08 ahead of Nathan Eboldi, who placed second overall. In addition, the gap with Justin Steel, who is second in the National League, reaches 0.34. 토토 This is because it was significantly sluggish in March and April, but managed to rebound in May, and has been showing the appearance of a super ace since June. Snell threw 58 innings in 10 games in June and July, giving up just five earned runs. His earned run average over the past two months is 0.78.

One of the reasons Snell, who still walks a lot, is able to record such a good ERA is the base percentage. Snell is showing a whopping 85.9% on-base percentage this season. This is more than 8% higher than his career 77.6%. Excluding the shortened season, it is the highest since 88% in 2018. In other words, Snell’s performance is quite dependent on luck. Attention is focusing on whether Snell can run to win the Cy Young Award for the first time in five years based on this luck. If Snell wins the National League Cy Young Award, it will be the seventh pitcher in both leagues history to win the award. Previously, Gaylord Perry, Roger Clemens, Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, Roy Halladay and Max Scherzer have won the Cy Young Award in both leagues.

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