7 innings of no-runs and 11K perfect pitches until the end… ‘Monster’ Yamamoto wins 4 awards for 3 consecutive years… 16 wins, ERA 1.21, 169 strikeouts, winning percentage 0.727

He finished without giving up a score until his last appearance in the regular season.바카라사이트

Orix Buffaloes’ ‘monster pitcher’ Yoshinobu Yamamoto (25) has virtually confirmed his four wins for three consecutive years. He started the home game against the Nippon Ham Fighters held at Kyocera Dome in Osaka on the 2nd and allowed 3 hits and no runs in 7 innings. He led the team to a 3-0 victory and posted his 16th win of the season.

In the Pacific League, they are ranked first in terms of overwhelming number of wins and tied for first in both leagues. In the Central League, Yokohama Baystars left-hander Katsuki Azuma won 16 games.

He faced 26 batters and threw 112 pitches, giving up two walks and striking out 11. In an interview with Japanese media the day before (the 1st), he said, “If I throw well, I think I can hit 8 or 9, and if I’m good, I can hit 10,” but he struck out 11.

Starting with the Seibu Lions match on September 24th, there have been 7 scoreless innings in 2 consecutive games. Of the last six games, he went 30 innings without allowing a run in 5 of them, including a no-hitter and no run.

He lowered his earned run average from 1.26 to 1.21. 169 strikeouts, 70.27% winning percentage. Four wins are certain. He is overwhelmingly first in terms of most wins, earned run average, and winning percentage, and Atsuki Taneichi of the Chiba Lotte Marines, second in strikeouts (157), was out of action due to injury.

For three consecutive years, he posted an ERA in the 1-point range, more than 15 wins, and more than 160 strikeouts. His earned run average is his highest professional record.

Last season, he recorded 15 wins and 5 losses, an ERA of 1.68, 205 strikeouts, and a winning percentage of .755. 2 years for the first time in history

He won four awards in a row, MVP for two years in a row, and the Sawamura Award.

It is the first time for the Orix team to have double-digit wins for three consecutive years, and the first in Japanese professional baseball in 14 years since Yu Darvish (then Nippon Ham) in 2007-2009.

In the top of the first inning, Nippon Ham’s No. 1 Jusei Mannami hit a double to center field. Mannami did well to catch a fast ball outside at 158 ​​km/h with a ball count of 2B2S. The central batting line that followed was completely blocked.

He struck out No. 2 Ryohei Hosokawa on a grounder to first base, No. 3 Yua Tamiya, and No. 4 Yuya Kenji in succession. Damiya caused a missed swing with a fastball and Genji with a forkball.

2nd inning, 2 outs, 1st and 3rd bases due to a walk and a hit. He struck out No. 9 Arismendi Alcantara. In the 5th inning, he gave up his third hit to leadoff hitter No. 7 Yutaro Kiyomiya. He induced No. 8 Yushi Shimizu into a double play and treated No. 9 Alcantara with a grounder to first base, ending the inning. In the 6th and 7th innings, 5 out of 6 outs were struck out.

In the second inning, Orix’s No. 7 Kotaro Kurebayashi hit a timely hit with two RBIs on second and third base with one out. 3rd inning, 2 outs, bases loaded

1 point was added with 4 pushes.

Orix, which early confirmed its league championship for three consecutive years, is aiming to win the Japan Series for the second consecutive year. Last year, in the Japan Series, they fell behind with 1 draw and 2 losses to the Yakult Swallows, but won 4 times in a row.

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