That's called a nice return. Particularly when you've been out for almost a month and didn't so much as make a single rehab appearance.
Backed by three solo home runs from
Supported by a strong local South Korean contingent, Ryu was dominant early. He ended up finishing the sixth inning, throwing 89 pitches in his return. He allowed nine hits and a walk, striking out nine.
Ryu (4-2) pushed his road scoreless streak to 33 innings before
Ryu had been out with a sore shoulder, but looked so strong in a bullpen session and simulated game that the Dodgers decided to bypass the usual rehab start. He last started a game April 27.
Gonzalez gave Ryu a 1-0 lead in the second, hitting his 12th home run, this one off Mets rookie Jacob deGrom. Puig and Ramirez hit consecutive homers in the top of the sixth off DeGrom (0-2).
After Campbell pulled the Mets to within one, the Dodgers got something of a gift run in the eighth. Pinch-hitter