Professional baseball open game 6 games result March 11 23:44
Six professional baseball open matches were held.
In Yakult vs. Hanshin, Hanshin won 3-1. Hanshin pitched four times with pitching by Fujinami pitcher, and had two runs without any runs. In Yakult, new rookie pitcher Onishi pitched twice and reduced the hit to one infield hit. Murakami returned from the breakdown and was one hit.
Rakuten won Seibu 9-2. On Rakuten, pitcher Yuge, aiming for the starting rotation, pitched five times and scored two goals. Shimauchi hit a three-run home run. Kuriyama hit two hits in Seibu. Mitsunari Takahashi, who is expected to be the starter, had no hits and no runs twice.
In DeNA vs Hiroshima, DeNA won 7-1. In DeNA, the fourth player, Sano, performed three runs three times, and eight solos and two home runs. Kamitaya pitched five runs without a goal and advanced to the starting rotation. The new rookie Ise pitched once for the first pitch. In Hiroshima, pitcher Endo was hit by three home runs.
Lotte vs Nippon Ham drew 3-3. Nippon Ham pitched three times with no goal, with the second pitcher Sugiura making effective use of the change-up. Kiyomiya made a hit in the first open game. Rookie Rookie Mitsuteru Fukuda made a solo home run nine times on the way. Kojima did not concede three times but left challenges for control.
Chunichi won 4 to 2 against ORIX. In the middle day, pitcher Yanagi, who is expected to be the starting pillar, threw six times, three hits and one goal. Oshima hit two two-base hits. Orix rookie Muranishi struggled to control but scored five out of three runs.
Softbank vs. Giant Softbank won 6-3. Veteran pitcher Wada throws five hits and has two hits and two runs on Softbank. The first draft rookie, Sato, came out on the base three times and decided two steals, demonstrating his character. The giant, No. 4 Okamoto hit two hits, including the No. 2 two-run home run. Also, pitcher Sakurai, aiming for the starting rotation, threw four times halfway and collapsed with four runs. The giant won 10 open games and has no victory.