MLB Toronto returns injured players; Ryu Hyun-jin’s shoulder lightens.

The “Korean Monster,” Ryu Hyun-jin (36, Toronto Blue Jays), will have plenty of helpers.

Closer Jordan Romo, 30, and infielder Bo Bissett, 25, return from injury.

“We’ve activated Romano from the disabled list (IL),” Toronto manager John Schneider told and other local media outlets ahead of the Blue Jays’ home game against the Philadelphia Phillies on Saturday (April 16) at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

“Bissett will make a rehab start today with the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons,” the team added, “and barring any major setbacks, he could return to the big leagues around the 19th.”

The addition of the two players is a big boost for Ryu, who will make his third start of the season.

Romo is the team’s primary closer, with a 4-5 record, two shutouts, 28 saves, and a 2.79 ERA this season.

Romero injured his back at the MLB All-Star Game last month, and the pain worsened as he pitched after the All-Star break.

He hasn’t pitched since August and has recently been working hard to get back into shape.

Bissett’s return is also welcome. Bissett led Toronto’s offense before going down with an injury.

He batted .321 with 17 home runs and 59 RBIs in 106 games this season before being sidelined with a knee injury against the Baltimore Orioles on April 1.

In addition to his bat, Bissett’s top-notch defense makes him a great complement to Ryu Hyun-jin, a “ground ball inducing” pitcher.

Ryu picked up 카지노사이트넷 his first win since returning from injury with five innings of two-run (non-hit) ball against the Chicago Cubs on April 14.

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