Japan’s most unlucky pitcher wins 2 wins, I was surprised to find it…

The most unlucky pitcher in Japanese professional baseball finally smiled.

However, there was a funny reality in his victory. Second win of the season. The result was a shutout victory.스포츠토토

It was a game that confirmed that it is difficult to win if you cannot take responsibility for a single game alone.

Takahashi barely added a second win with a shutout. Photo = Chunichi Dragons website camcorder
Chunichi ace Hiroto Takahashi (20), who was a member of the 2023 World Baseball Classic (WBC) team in Japan, was crying over the terrible misfortune.

Against Orix in the last 4 days, he struck out as many as 13 in 7 innings and pitched well with no runs, but he did not become a winning pitcher.

Takahashi is a divinity that has appeared like a comet in the Japanese baseball world.

In his debut last year, he quickly dominated the league. He posted an earned run average of 2.47 and quickly established himself as the team’s ace.

He was also selected for the WBC national team and raised his stock price.

His main weapon is his fastball with an average velocity of over 150km. He is praised for possessing the ability to overwhelm opponents with force.

However, he has rarely won a win this season. He has not been able to achieve good results due to poor team batting.

He only won 1 win (6 losses) until the match against Chiba Lotte on the 13th.

He threw 51 total innings, giving up 40 hits (4 homers), 61 strikeouts, 18 walks, 17 runs (14 earned), and a 2.47 earned run average.

However, his victory was seldom associated with it.

It wasn’t until the match against Chiba Lotte on the 13th that he managed to add a second win.

However, when he sees the contents of the game, he smiles dejectedly. Because it was Takahashi’s shutout victory.

Takahashi fought back with 5 hits, 9 strikeouts, 2 walks and no runs during 9 innings that day.

The match was 7-0, Chunichi won. The batting line also exploded after a long time and lightened Takahashi’s shoulders.

However, if it had not been for the shutout, the atmosphere of the game might have changed again. Even if Takahashi showed a little gap, the outcome of the match could have been overturned.

It can be said that the team was able to achieve a complete victory thanks to Takahashi’s shutout.

As of the 16th, Chunichi’s team batting average is 0.239, which is 5th out of 6 teams. The score is 169, which is the sole last. There is a difference of about 40 points from the 5th place. The team’s home runs were also 27, the only one that did not exceed 30.

No matter how well you throw, there is no way to win because the other line is not supported.

How far will Takahashi’s bad luck last? Is it difficult for him to win if he is not responsible for the entire game by himself?

The Chunichi batting line shows no sign of survival. Takahashi seems to have nothing to do other than leave victory up to heaven and do the best he can.

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