Los Angeles Dodgers, Valenzuela ‘permanent absence’ after throwing ‘Magu’ screwball
Fernando Valenzuela (62), who made a name for himself by throwing a screwball, became the main character of the Los Angeles Dodgers’ permanent absence.
On the 5th (Korean time), the Dodgers of the American Professional Baseball Major League (MLB) said on their official website, “Valenzuela’s uniform number 34 has been permanently removed. In addition, a commemorative ceremony will be held from August 12 to 14. ” announced.
Debuting with the Dodgers in 1980, Valenzuela recorded 173 career wins. He won 141 of them with the Dodgers. The year he shone most brilliantly was in 1981, when he led the team to win the National League Rookie of the Year Award, the Cy Young Award, and the World Series. 안전놀이터 Afterwards, after being released in 1991, he had a strife with the club, but later reconciled and became the protagonist of the 12th permanent absence.
Valenzuela’s performance is also good, but he also threw a screwball that was close to the harness and garnered attention. A screwball is a ball that goes from the inside out. Based on Valenzuela, a left-handed pitcher, it is a ball that goes from the right-handed hitter’s batter’s box to the left-handed batter’s box after release. Valenzuela threw this ball skillfully during his active career. That’s why he has the honor of being a permanent member of the team.