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Dodgers Know He's a Cy Young-class Pitcher

"The Los Angeles Dodgers know he's a Cy Young-grade pitcher."

"The biggest concern at the Cy Young Award in the 2024 season is whether a new player or an award-winning player will win it," the Major League's official website MLB said on the 13th. "New York Yankees pitcher Gerrit Cole finally won the long-awaited Cy Young Award. Blake Snell, who played for the San Diego Padres, became the 22nd player to win multiple Cy Young Awards."

"I asked five reporters from MLB to pick the Cy Young Award candidates for each league. There were many good candidates and some who could emerge as dark horses," he said. "The results are as follows."

Pablo López Minnesota Twins, Gerrit Cole, Tarik Skubal Detroit Tigers, Corbin Burns Baltimore Orioles and George Kirby Seattle Mariners were listed as candidates for the American League.

Spencer Strider Atlanta Braves, Logan Webb San Francisco Giants, and Jack Wheeler Philadelphia Phillies were mentioned as candidates for the National League, and two Japanese pitchers stood shoulder to shoulder. They are Cenga Kodai New York Mets and Yoshinobu Yamamoto LA Dodgers.

Senga, who entered the big league last season, started 29 games and recorded 12 wins, 7 losses, and 166 ⅓, with 202 strikeouts and an earned run average of 2.98 WHIP per-inning on-base percentage of 1.22. He was ranked seventh in the Cy Young Award vote.

"Does ghosts really exist? There is room for debate. However, Senga's ghost fork is real. During the rookie season, Senga recorded a 0.110-hit ratio with a fork and a 58.5-percent strikeout ratio 110-strikeout by throwing a fork at 118 at-bats," the media said. "Senga recorded a 2.44 ERA and 0.595 POPS in his last 14 starts, and Snell and Webb were the only pitchers who recorded better ERAs in the last three months."

Yamamoto was then mentioned. It is Yamamoto's first time on the Major League stage this season. He joined the Orix Buffaloes in the Japanese pro baseball league, winning four titles multi-win, winning percentage, striking out and ERA and winning the MVP in the Pacific League for the past three consecutive seasons. He also won the Sawamura Award, which is given to the best pitcher in the Japanese pro baseball league for the third consecutive year, and is the only pitcher who has won the Sawamura Award for the third consecutive year.

Yamamoto applied for posting ahead of this season and challenged himself to the Major League stage, and successfully entered the big league by signing a 12-year, 325 million-dollar contract with the Dodgers. It is the highest contract ever signed by a pitcher in the Major League history.

"The Dodgers already know that Yamamoto is a Cy Young-class pitcher, so they are paying him the same annual salary as a Cy Young-class pitcher," MLB said. "He came to the Major League when he was 25 years old. He showed off his ace-class skills in the Major League at the 2023 World Baseball Classic."

"Senga, who was a candidate for the Mets' Cy Young Award last season, is Yamamoto's blueprint. And Yamamoto is a better player," he added.
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