Nobel Prize in Chemistry Akira Yoshino at the Japanese Series Opening Ceremony October 22 20:19
Akira Yoshino, who was selected for the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, held the opening ceremony in the third round of the Japanese Series of Professional Baseball on the evening of the 22nd.
Yoshino held the opening ceremony in the third series of Tokyo Dome's Japan series, Giant vs. Softbank.
Yoshino, who wore a giant's uniform and went up to the mound, threw a large ball and threw the ball powerfully, and when it fell into the catcher mitt, it responded to the audience's cheer with a full smile.
Yoshino, who responded to the reporter's interview after the opening ceremony, said, “Because throwing has become a folk ball, it is about 90 points. Today, there was an impromptu thank you, but it would be nice if the people who were damaged by this typhoon looked at the imperial thank you and my pitching and got well. " .