3 consecutive at bats home run Suzuki, 6 innings 12K ‘158km’ Senga, Japanese baseball that swallowed up the major leagues

Has Suzuki’s time come?

Masataka Yoshida (30) of the Boston Red Sox has been flying since his first year in the major leagues, but Seiya Suzuki (29) of the Chicago Cubs took over the baton.

On the 18th (Korean time), Suzuki hit a home run in consecutive hits in the 4th right fielder against the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas. Including the last at-bat the previous day (17th), he recorded the first home run in three consecutive at-bats as a Japanese hitter.

First at-bat in the first inning with a 2-0 lead. On the ball count 1B-1S, he pulled the slider that was in the middle of the strike zone and sent it over the left fence. Season No. 4.

In the top of the 3rd inning, leading 3-1, he hit another shot. He hit a slider digging into his body from second base and scored a two-run home run. Season 5 issue. Suzuki scored two runs in the last batting line in the top of the ninth inning against Houston the previous day.

Suzuki recorded a walk in the top of the 4th, a heavy hit in the top of the 6th, and a walk in the top of the 8th. 5 at-bats, 3 hits, 2 walks. All at-bats, 100% on base.

He improved his season batting average to 2.8 6, with 5 home runs and 17 RBIs. OPS (on-base percentage + slugging percentage) of 0.769

increased to 0.863. Despite Suzuki’s hard hit as fourth batter, the Chicago Cubs suffered a walk-off loss in the bottom of the ninth.

Suzuki entered the major leagues last year, one year earlier than Yoshida. He signed a five-year, $85 million contract with the Chicago Cubs. In his debut season, he appeared in 111 games and had a batting average of . Early in the season, he wielded a heavy hit, then faltered.

He was injured before joining the Japanese national team at the WBC (World Baseball Classic) in early March and was unable to participate in the tournament.

On the mound, New York Mets right-hander Senga Godai (30) pitched well.

Senga, who started against the Tampa Bay Rays, allowed 1 run in 6 innings and struck out 12. With his parents watching from his stands, he set the record for most strikeouts in a single game in the major leagues.토스카지노

He hit the Tampa Bay batting line, the strongest in the major leagues, and gave up 3 hits and 3 walks until the 6th inning. He finished the game without a win or loss, and had an earned run average of 3.12. The highest speed of his fastball came up to 158.2 km.

On this day, Yoshida went 4 at-bats, 1 hit and 1 RBI against the Seattle Mariners.

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