Rio waited more than a year and a half to occupy the pitch during a home game in Toronto. In December 2019, he signed a four-year, $ 80 million contract.
As a freshman, he once started in 2013 at the Rogers Center, for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The South Korean left-hander did not disappoint the 14,270 spectators. He retired his first six opponents and reaped Blue Jays’ fifth win in the first six games on Friday, as they returned north of the border.
Ryu (11-5) allowed two runs and seven wins without walking.
Zach Blazek (6-4) suffered his first loss since April 20.
For the Indians, Dominicans Amede Rosario scored 4-0, Jose Ramarez 4-1 and Reynolds 4-1. Colombians Harold Ramirez 4-1 and an RBI, Oscar Mercado 4-1. Puerto Rican Roberto Perez 3-0.
For the Blue Jays, the Dominicans made three by beating Vladimir Guerrero Jr. 5-0 and Teaser Hernandez 3-3. Cuba Lourdes Curiel Jr. took a run as 3-2. Venezuela Breivik Valera 4-1 with RBI.
Source: Associated Press
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