Ryu Hyun-jin, a colleague who protested against the airline on Twitter, became a laughing stock
Right-hander bullpen Anthony Bass (36) of Ryu Hyun-jin’s team, the Toronto Blue Jays, became the subject of ridicule on Twitter.
On the 18th (Korean time), the word ‘7.11 ERA’ emerged as a trend on Twitter in the United States.
7.11 is the Bass’ ERA record this season. He has thrown 6 1/3 innings in 7 games so far, giving up 1 home run, 3 walks, 5 strikeouts and 5 runs. He has a WHIP of 1.895 with 1.4 home runs per 9 innings, 4.3 walks and 7.1 strikeouts.
His grades suddenly became a trend because of the tweet he posted the day before. After posting a photo of his children boarding the plane, he wrote, “A United Airlines flight attendant kneels down at her 22-week-old pregnant wife, who is traveling with her five-year-old and two-year-old children, and hands her a small moon-strewn popcorn. did. Are you trying to play with me now?”
After answering fans’ questions several times, after about 6 hours, he said, “Thank you to everyone who supported me. The airline informed me that it had decided to take action internally on the troubled flight attendant in relation to this issue,” he added.
As the head of the household, he couldn’t have just watched his family suffer. Like other consumer goods companies, US airlines are using social media to engage with consumers, and it’s not uncommon for them to protest.
The problem is that his twitter has become an object of ridicule by fans because of his sluggish performance.
Fans say,안전놀이터 “Bass has a 7.11 ERA and hasn’t been dealing with any problems coming out of the bullpen this season.” It’s just surprising that he doesn’t raise it,” and mocked him by leaving a comment.
Bass is a veteran of 12 seasons in the major leagues. In January 2021, he agreed to a three-year, $7 million contract with the Miami Marlins and transferred to Toronto in August of last year.
He’s not a player who has a career to be ridiculed for. He is 16-28 with a 3.91 earned run average in 367 appearances. He has played for seven teams, including Toronto, and in 2016 he also played for the Nippon Ham Fighters of Japan Professional Baseball.