‘KKKKKKKKKK’ 164km Japanese monster pitcher’s fighting spirit for injury, the other line was savage… 7 innings, 1 run, visa book ND

 Chiba Lotte Marines Sasaki Rocky (21) threw an overwhelming pitch, but could not win because he did not receive support from the other line. 

Sasaki started the match against the Orix Buffaloes held at the Kyocera Dome in Osaka, Japan on the 27th and recorded 5 hits, 1 walk, 10 strikeouts and 1 run in 7 innings먹튀검증.

Sasaki, who cleaned up the first inning with a tripartite, sent Tongu Yuma to second base with a hit and a wild throw in the second inning. Then, Yutaro Sugimoto got a hit, and as the center fielder’s mistake overlapped, Tongu came all the way to the home. Sasaki was also hit by Kotaro Kurebayashi, but later struck out both batters and escaped the crisis. 

Sasaki, who found a sense of stability by blocking both the third and fourth innings with triplets, sent a runner out with an error in the fifth, but did not concede. In the 6th inning, with 2nd out, Tomoya Mori got a hit and Tongu gave up a walk, putting him in a crisis with 2nd out, 1st and 2nd base, but he escaped the crisis by striking out Yutaro Sugimoto. 

Sasaki, who was on the mound again in the 7th inning, was hit by Kurebayashi. After that, he sent an autograph to the dugout as if his condition suddenly deteriorated, and after receiving treatment for a while, he returned to the mound. Returning to the mound, Sasaki took two out counts due to a failed bunt and a stolen base, and ended the inning by disposing of Ryoichi Adachi with a hit. 

Sasaki, who recorded 107 pitches, was replaced by Rikuto Yokoyama in the 8th inning, where Chiba Lotte lost 0-1, and finished the mound that day. Chiba Lotte failed to overcome the lead by 1 point and suffered a final defeat.

Sasaki, who made a name for himself last year by achieving the youngest perfect game in Japanese professional baseball, has also played an active role in 10 games (64 innings) with 5 wins, 2 losses and an ERA of 1.69 this season, rising to the ranks of Japan’s leading aces. In the game that day, he overpowered the Orix batters by throwing intense fastballs with a maximum speed of 164 km/h. However, he failed to achieve 6 wins in the season because he did not receive support from the other line. 

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