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Baseball U18 National Team draws on Send-off Game Japan National Team before World Cup | NHK News

2019-08-26T13:20:19.189Z

A start-up of a send-off match was held between the Japanese national team participating in the World Cup under the age of 18 on the 30th of this month against the Japanese national team ...


Baseball U18 National Team draws to send-off game Japan National Team before World Cup August 26 22:17

A Send-off match will be held in which the Japanese national team who will participate in the World Cup under the age of 18 on baseball will open on the 30th of this month will face the Japanese national team. One time was reduced to a tripartite retreat.

The 18th and younger Japanese national team held a training camp in Tokyo for the World Cup 18th and younger starting in Korea on the 30th of this month, and held a send-off match with the Japanese national team at Jingu Stadium on the 26th night.

The starting pitcher, Sasaki, went up to the mound by one inning, struck the head on the left fly with a straight of 152km, and took the swinging strike with a 134km changing ball from the following batter. And from the 3rd, we decided to take a 152km straight out-of-course low and robbed us of three swings, holding down three batters with 12 balls. The straights thrown on this day all exceeded 150 km and the fastest was 156 km.

On the other hand, the batting line was reversed 5 times to follow one point, and Aichi Toho High School's 4th Ishikawa Yuya of the Aichi Tohoku High School played the third hit of the day, a 2-point timely two-base hit.

After this, the 9th Koshien runner-up Ishikawa Seiryo High School's catcher Shinnosuke Yamase won the squeeze and overcame the game. It was.

The players will leave for Korea on the 28th and will fight the first match against Spain on the 30th.

Source: nhk

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