The Yokohama Baystars match was held at Vantelin Dome in Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan on the 25th. Chunichi Dragons left-hander Ren Kondo 소닉카지노 (25) took the mound as the fourth pitcher in the top of the ninth inning. With a score of 2-8, he pitched in his first first-team game this season.
Victory or defeat has already been decided. By the way, he had to deal with 16 batters until he caught 3 out counts. He took eight hits in one inning, giving up five on four walks while allowing 10 runs (eight earned). His ERA is 72.00.
I was anxious from the start.
He got a heavy hit from the lead batter, Keita Sano, at number 3. The first fastball at 142 km/h was driven to a high course in the strike zone. He then gave up a heavy hit to Shugo Maki in the fourth.
But at this time, center fielder Yuki Okabayashi threw the batted ball backwards. The runner on first base Isai turned around second and third base and sprinted to home. 2-9. In the ensuing second base, Neftali Soto at No. 5 allowed a timely double.
Then, it seemed that the inning would end soon, until he struck out Yamato in the 6th with a grounder to the second baseman and Hikaru Ito in the 7th with a swing.
However, it started with 2nd and 3rd base. 8th pitched Tatsuhiro Shibata on a walk after a close battle that went all the way to the 8th pitch
sent. 21 pitches.
In the following 2nd out, 1st and 3rd bases, Yokohama batters hit the ball Kondo threw like a batting ball. He scored 5 hits, 3 walks and 1 walk, adding 8 points. 10 batters on base in a row.
Kondo ended the long, long inning by catching opponent No. 9 Yudai Yamamoto with a shortstop ground ball with the bases loaded with two outs behind 2-18.
The Chunichi bench did not move while he was battered and allowed a large number of runs. I couldn’t consume the bullpen in a situation where the game had already passed.
Joined as a foster player in 2021. In his first year, he appeared in 2 games and threw 2 innings. He couldn’t stand on the mound for the first team in his last season. He came up to the first team after two years and had a grueling ceremony on his first day.
On this day, Kondo threw a total of 62 pitches. It is tied for second most pitches in an inning all-time. The most pitches in one inning in Japanese professional baseball is 64. On April 7, 2004, left-hander Makoto Yoshino of the Hanshin Tigers scored against Yokohama.
Chunichi, who lost 2-18, suffered his second 7-game losing streak this season. 41 wins, 3 draws and 68 losses in 112 matches, win rate 3
7 pennies 6 li. It is the only one of the 12 teams in both leagues in the Japanese professional baseball league to record a win rate in the 30% range. It is likely to be in last place for two consecutive years.