‘Shocking’ 11 runs to 18-19 year olds, mystery of Manoa’s first start…RYU highlights

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Even if it’s a rehab start, the results are devastating. This is the story of Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Alec Manoa, who was sent down to the minors after an unexplained slump.

Manoa, who was assigned to the Blue Jays of the Florida Coast League (FCL), took the loss after giving up 11 runs on 10 hits and two walks in 2⅔ innings against the FLC Yankees (affiliated with the New York Yankees) at Yankees Complex in Florida on April 28. The Blue Jays lost 5-13.

Manoa faced 20 batters and allowed four long balls, including two home runs and two doubles, while striking out three. You don’t have to look at the stat sheet to see how Manoah was hit hard.

MLB.com reported on Manoa’s rehab start that day, writing, “Coming off a shocking season in 2023, Manoa was a surprise find in the FCL. FCL games are usually played with very specific goals, and box scores are a secondary note, but the numbers Manoa put up on this day cannot be ignored.

The FCL is the lowest level of the minor leagues, along with the Dominican Summer League (DSL). It’s dominated by young players around the age of 20, and most of the Yankees hitters Manoa faced were 18, 19, and even 17 years old.

Manoa finished third in AL Cy Young Award voting last year with a 16-7 record, 2.23 ERA, and 180 strikeouts in 31 games. Just two years after his debut and in his first full season, Manoa has emerged as Toronto’s ace. He beat out high-salaried veterans like Girardi to win the starting job to open the season.

However, he struggled from the start of the season as he struggled with his velocity and his command of his pitches. In 13 starts, he went 1-7 with a 6.36 ERA. In 58 innings, he allowed 11 home runs and 42 walks, with a WHIP of 1.897, a BABIP of 0.289, and a FIP of 0.893.

Eventually, the team had to take decisive action. They decided to send him to the Rookie League to get his body and mind right. There is no timetable for his return. The FCL training center in Dunedin, Florida, is filled with state-of-the-art facilities and equipment to help young players and rehab players train. Ryu Hyun-jin, who is rehabbing at Tommy John Surgery, is also training in Dunedin.

Toronto, which is 43-36 on the day, in fourth place in the AL East and third for the wild card, faces a tougher road ahead without Manoa back on track. Manoah’s slump has drained the bullpen and increased the pressure on the existing starting four.

If Manoa can’t find his groove, the next best option is Ryu Hyun-jin. Ryu has been pitching in rehab with the goal of joining the rotation in the second half of the season. According to MLB.com, “Ryu, who was originally slated to return with Manoa as planned, could be an option for the remainder of the season if he makes good progress on his rehab assignment at Tommy John Surrey.

There is no set timetable for Manoa’s next start, but he will continue to pitch in minor league games to get his feel for the game.

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