Park Gun-woo Kang Baek-ho Yang Ji triple-played, Takahashi, the youngest member of Japan’s 20-year-old WBC squad, has an ERA of ‘0’ in 22.2 innings pitched in the interleague, and leads the league in strikeouts.
Three games, 22⅔ innings, and a zero ERA.안전놀이터
Hiroto Takahashi, 20, a right-hander for the Junichi Dragons of Nippon Professional Baseball, finished interleague play with a zero earned run average. He started against the Rakuten Eagles in Sendai on April 21 and pitched 6⅔ innings of two-run ball (unearned) to earn his third win of the season.
Threw 118 pitches against 31 batters until the bottom of the seventh inning, allowing four walks and striking out five. His 75 strikeouts lead the Central League. Last year, when Takahashi broke into the big leagues, he struck out 134 batters in 116⅔ innings. He ranked third in that category despite pitching less than the required innings.
After a five-hit shutout through six innings, he faltered in the seventh with a 5-0 lead.
One out later, he walked Ryosuke Tatsumi to lead off the inning.오래된 토토사이트 On a 3B1S pitch, a 152-mile-per-hour fastball just missed the strike zone and went low on the body.
A fielding error got in the way. Hiroto Kobukata hit a grounder to second, with second baseman Kaito Muramatsu throwing to first. First and third. No. 3 Yuya Ogawa picked up a grounder in front of the pitcher and threw to second.
which became a double play. The runner at third base reached home.
A double play ended the inning. The interleague scoreless streak ended at 22⅓ innings.
With runners on first and third, Hideto Asamura’s grounder to shortstop in the fourth inning brought home another runner. Takahashi was removed after giving up the run.
In his postgame interview, Takahashi said, “I gave up an unnecessary walk and got hit for nothing. I didn’t deserve to lose,” he said after the game.
Takahashi’s interleague ERA of 0 is only the fifth of his career, and the youngest ever.
On March 10, he pitched the ninth inning against South Korea in the group stage and ended the game with a triple play. He struck out Park Gun-woo, Kang Baek-ho, and Yang Ji on a swinging strikeout, a grounder to second base, and a grounder to shortstop, respectively.
Park has had an up-and-down season. He picked up his second win with his first professional complete game against the Chiba Lotte Marines on March 13, but hadn’t won in his previous eight games. He lost three kilograms of weight due to stress.
In 11 appearances this season, he is 3-6 with a 1.89 ERA, which ranks fifth in the league.
After the interleague schedule, Nippon Professional Baseball will resume league play on the 23rd. Junichi is in last place with a record of 22-24-1, 39 losses, and a winning percentage of 3.8-1. They are tied with the fifth-place Yakult Swallows.