2 innings, no 4 balls, 4K no runs, Japan national team selection Yamamoto 156km first practice, 2nd inning 9 balls, 3-way offense

This is the World Baseball Classic (WBC) mode.

Three pitchers from the Japanese national team of the Orix Buffaloes, the winner of the Japan Series, pitched side by side in their first actual game. ‘Yoshinobu Yamamoto (25) and Yuki Udagawa (25), who won 4 gold medals for 2 consecutive years, got off to a good start. On the other hand, Miyagi Hiroya (22) struggled with control.

Yamamoto started the match against Cheongbaek held at Kiyotake Stadium in Miyazaki on the 14th and pitched 2 innings without sleep. He gave up one hit with four walks and struck out four. He overpowered batters with a fastball of up to 156 km.

The World Baseball Classic (WBC) Japan national team continued to play as a key pitcher. After two deaths in the first inning, he gave up a hit to Kotaro Kurebayashi, striking out all three outcounts in the first inning. In the second inning, he caught three batters with nine balls. With three batters, it was treated as a left fielder’s floating ball, a standing strikeout, and a center fielder’s floating ball.

Miyagi, who took the mound in the third inning, had a shaky pitch. After giving up a walk after one out in the third inning, he was hit by a two-run home run by Ryo Ohta. Following this, he gave up another one-run home run to Kurebayashi. 온라인카지노

He allowed two walks in two innings. He came down the mound with two home runs and three runs. Japanese media mentioned adapting the WBC official ball.

Udagawa took over the baton. He pitched 1 scoreless inning. He set up three batters with a shortstop grounder, a second baseman fly, and a strikeout. Finished the inning with 12 balls.

Udagawa had difficulty adapting to the WBC official ball when pitching in the bullpen. He was very worried because the forkball did not fall. However, on this day, he showed better than before by throwing an outside forkball against a left-handed hitter and inducing a miss swing. He said, “The fastball went well, and the forkball got better. I will try to raise my senses more.”

The Japanese national team will begin camp training in Miyakaki on the 17th. Our first opponent in the first round is China on March 9th.

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