Toronto Blue Jays placed left-hander Hyun Ryu on injured reserve with forearm inflammation

TORONTO — The Toronto Blue JaysLeft-hander added Hyun Jin RyuSunday, left forearm inflammation was added to the 10-day injures list.

After just four innings of Saturday's 7-4 defeat to the Tigers, Ryu, 35, was relieved. Oakland Athletics. He was less than half his season-long in April 10, when he allowed six earned run over 3 1/3 innings, in a 12-6 loss against Texas.

Charlie Montoyo, Toronto manager, said Saturday that “Ofcourse I'm concerned.” “We're going see how he feels.”

Ryu, who was a winner of 14 games last season for the Blue Jays, is currently in the third year a $40-million contract with Toronto. This contract is an important piece to the Blue Jays' hopes for the postseason. Montoyo expressed concerns about Ryu’s performance this month before the injury news became official.

“I'm not here to tell your about track record anymore. The manager stated that he had just struggled in his last outings. “We just hope he adjusts and finds his command.

Left-handed pitcher Ryan BoruckiInjured right hamstring, he was out and was able to return in time for Sunday's finale with Oakland.

This report was compiled by the Associated Press.

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