Summary of professional baseball results September 22nd at 23:12 on Giants' Magic "30"

In professional baseball, two day games and four night games were played, and the Central League leader won the goodbye and reduced the magic number to victory by one to "30".

This is the Central League.

Giants vs. Hiroshima, the Giants won 5-4.

In the 5th inning, the giant chased one point, and Okamoto hit No. 22 Touran, which is the leader of the league alone, and reversed to 4-3.

I was caught up in the 9th inning, but from that back, 2 out third base, Naoki Yoshikawa won the goodbye in a timely manner.

Starting pitcher Sugano got off the mound with the right of a winning pitcher with 3 goals in the 8th inning, but missed 12 consecutive wins from the opening.

The Giants are the first to win 50 wins in both leagues with 3 consecutive wins.

In Hiroshima, the fifth pitcher, Franzua, was struck and lost three consecutive games.

In Hanshin vs. DeNA, Hanshin won 6-3.

In the 6th inning to chase 1 point, Itoi caught up in a timely manner, and in the 8th inning, Itoi's 2 points timely two base and Oyama's timely 3 points were won.

The fourth pitcher, Iwasaki, is the fourth winning star for the second consecutive day.

Pitcher Suarez scored his 17th save.

DeNA is the first loss "1" since July 29th with three consecutive losses.

Chunichi vs. Yakult won 3-0.

Chunichi scored additional points with Almonte's No. 8 solo in the 4th inning, Hirata's timely 5th inning, and Kinoshita Takuya's timely infield hit in the 7th inning.

Starting pitcher Yudai Ohno has won two hits and 11 strikeouts, and has not allowed runners since the third inning, and is the sixth win in the third shutout of the season.

Chunichi has four consecutive victories.

Yakult starting pitcher Ishikawa was tenacious with two goals in the sixth inning, but there was no support from the batting line.

This is the Pacific League.

In Softbank vs. Oryx, Oryx won 1-0.

Orix defended the one point that Masataka Yoshida gave in No. 12 solo twice with three pitcher relays.

Starting pitcher Yamamoto hit 7 times and won 3 wins with no runs.

Pitcher Dixon made his 10th save.

In Softbank, pitcher Senga pitched well with one goal in the 8th inning, but he lost one in a row because he had a chance to hit the line.

Rakuten vs. Lotte, Rakuten won 12-4.

Rakuten made a comeback in the 5th inning, chasing one point, scoring 3 points in the No. 26 Touran, which was Daichi Suzuki's timely and Asamura's two at-bats in a row.

In the 7th inning, Asamura hit the 27th three-run, which is the third home run of the game, in the 8th inning, and he was active with 7 RBIs.

Pitcher Johnson pitched for the first time after transferring from Hiroshima and won his first victory in Japan.

Rakuten has won three straight games.

Lotte's starting pitcher Ishikawa collapsed with 8 goals in the middle of the 7th inning.

Seibu vs. Nippon-Ham was won by Nippon-Ham 5 to 1.

Nippon-Ham took the lead with Nakata's No. 26 Touran in the first inning, Shimizu's No. 2 Touran in the second, and Nishikawa's timely addition in the fourth.

Starting pitcher Uesawa is the seventh win with one goal in the seventh inning.

Seibu's starting pitcher Kona Takahashi scored 5 goals in the 4th inning and lost 7th.

The striking line was also lackluster.