Toronto finisher Romano goes to IL due to back injury… Alternative match-up bullpen 

Jordan Romano (30), who kept the back gate of the Toronto Blue Jays, left due to injury. The team is preparing a plan for this.

Toronto invited right-hander Nate Pearson from Triple A to join the team ahead of a home game against the Los Angeles Angels at the Rogers Center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the 30th (Korean time).

Toronto manager John Schneider said in an interview before the game, “There is nothing new right now. It was brought in for insurance purposes,” he explained, explaining that it was a measure in case Romano was listed as injured.

The Blue Jays then placed Romano on the 15-day disabled list due to back pain and added Pearson to the roster.

Romano went down the mound with a waist injury during the last All-Star Game, and in the previous day’s game, he struggled with a save in the ninth inning and eventually went down without finishing the game.

Schneider said, “The situation is the same as the day before. He continues to check the condition. It is a simple symptom of tension,” he explained the situation.

Romano is guarding the back door of the team with a 2.79 ERA and 28 saves, the most in the American League, in 44 games this season.안전놀이터

His departure is simply a void for more than one player. Someone has to close the door.

When asked about the finishing operation plan if Romano leaves, Schneider announced that it would be a collective finishing system, saying, “We will go with a mix and match according to the opponent’s lineup.” He has already mentioned names such as Garcia, Tim Mayza, and Eric Swanson.

In particular, Swanson made a strong impression by finishing the inning without conceding a run in the 7th inning safely with the bases loaded the previous day. Schneider highly praised his performance, saying, “He has been doing well in important situations throughout the season.”

Toronto on this day: Whit Merrifield (left fielder) Bo Bissett (shortstop) Vladimir Guerrero Jr. (1st baseman) Matt Chapman (3rd baseman) George Springer (right fielder) Danny Jansen (designated hitter) Alejandro Kirk (catcher) Santiago Espinal (2nd baseman) ) announced the lineup of Kevin Kiermeyer (center fielder).

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