Professional baseball pitcher Corniel of Hiroshima marked a ball speed of 165 km in the game against DeNA held at Tokyo Dome, and Shohei Ohtani of the major league angels lined up with the fastest professional baseball measured during the Nippon Ham era five years ago. ..

Pitcher Corniel went up to the mound as the third person in the fifth inning against DeNA at Tokyo Dome.

Then, Yamato, who became DeNA's fifth batter, marked a ball speed of 165 km on the third ball.

The ball speed of 165 km is the fastest in professional baseball measured by Otani of Major League Baseball Angels in the 5th round with Softbank, the final stage of the climax series five years ago when he was enrolled in Nippon Ham.

Corniel is a 26-year-old from the Carp Academy in the Dominican Republic.

A right pitcher with a straight line that has the power to throw down from a height of 1 meter and 93 centimeters.

Participated in the autumn practice two years ago and signed a contract as a training player in September last year.

This year, he participated in the 1st Army camp, left results through actual battles and external games, and signed a contract with a registered player under control who can participate in the 1st Army game in March.