The iron wall collapsed.
Orix Buffaloes’ ace Yoshinobu Yamamoto (25) failed to reach his 15th win of the season. On the 16th, he started against the Rakuten Eagles at Kyocera Dome in Osaka and allowed 9 hits and 3 runs (2 earned) in 7 innings. He suffered 6 losses in his 21st start this season. He allowed three runs through the fifth inning and held the sixth and seventh innings scoreless.메이저놀이터
The streak of no runs in innings ended at ’44’. Yamamoto has recorded an ERA of ‘0’ in 6 games since the game against the Rakuten Eagles on August 1st. Before today’s game, 3 runs were allowed in 42 innings, and all of them were by mistake.
The start was good.
The first episode started with a three-way retreat. He struck out No. 1 Hiroto Kobukata on a straight hit to first base, struck out No. 2 Yuya Ogo on a miss, and hit No. 3 Hiroaki Shimauchi on a fly ball to right field.
He gave up a hit to right to Hideto Asamura in the 4th inning and a walk to Toshiki Abe in the 6th inning, putting him on first and second base with one out, but he finished the inning without allowing a run.
I gave up my first run in the 3rd inning. With 2 outs and 1st and 2nd bases, Asamura and Takero Okajima hit consecutive timely hits. Rakuten succeeded in coming back 2-1. Yamamoto gave up an extra run with a sacrifice hit in the 5th inning with no outs on third base.
Afterwards, a runner was sent out in scoring position, but the score was sealed with no runs. He ended the inning without allowing a run in the 6th inning with 1 out and runners on 3rd base and in the 7th inning with 1 out and runners on 2nd base.
Yamamoto achieved his second no-hitter against Chiba Lotte Marines on the 9th. He pitched 9 innings of no hits and no runs in an away game against Chiba Lotte. He faced 29 batters and threw 102 pitches through the 9th inning, giving up only 2 walks.
He achieved his first no-hit no-run against the Seibu Lions on June 18 last year and set his second great record in one year and three months. It was the first no-hit, no-run season for two consecutive seasons in 82 years.
Coincidentally, a run was conceded in the game following the no-hitter.
Yamamoto plans to advance to the major leagues after the season ends. About 20 officials from 12 major league teams, including New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman, watched Yamamoto’s no-hitter and no-run game on site.
I saw. This year, the value is soaring with the best performance. The total amount is said to be $200 million over five years.
As of the 16th, 14 wins, 6 losses, ERA 1.32, 148 strikeouts. He has the most wins and ERA, and is also the leader in strikeouts, surpassing Chiba Lotte Taneichi Atsuki (146). Even in terms of winning percentage, he is on the verge of winning 4 crowns for 3 years in a row.