Yoshitomo Tsutsugo of the Major League Baseball Pirates contributed to the victory with two RBIs, such as hitting a home run for two consecutive games against the Cardinals.

Tsutsugo started in the 4th and first match against the Cardinals in his opponent's hometown of St. Louis on the 21st.



In the first at-bat in the first inning, he struck out with a missed strikeout, but in the fourth inning with a tie, he hit a center-over No. 2 home run in the second at-bat.



Tsutsugo also hit a home run on behalf of the previous day's game, and this is the first home run in two consecutive games in the major leagues.



The third at bat in the 6th inning was a short ground ball, but in the 4th at bat in the 7th inning, he made a timely hit to the center and gave the team a fifth point.



This is the second multiple hit of the season since April 9th, when he played in the raise, and that day was 2 hits and 2 RBIs in 4 at bats.



The Pirates won 5-4, and Tsutsugo's two RBIs led the team to victory.



Twins pitcher Kenta Maeda started the game against the Yankees in New York, the home of the opponent.



Pitcher Maeda was the first to score one point in the second inning, and in the fifth inning, he invited a bases loaded pinch and scored one point on the wild pitch.



Maeda pitched halfway through the fifth inning and scored five goals because a substitute pitcher was struck.



The Twins lost 1 to 7, and pitcher Maeda suffered a fifth defeat, resulting in 6 wins and 5 losses.



Four hits were hit, one foreball was given, and two dead balls were given.



Red Sox pitcher Hirokazu Sawamura was the second person to pitch in the Rangers game in Boston, where he was led by 3 points in the 4th inning, 2 outs and 2nd base, but the first batter hit infield to a short. Was hit, and the runner returned due to the bad pitching of the fielder.



In addition, he was on second and third base with a dead ball, but he struck out and got off the mound at this time, throwing a third inning and no goal.



The Red Sox lost 1:10.



Reds player Shogo Akiyama defended the center from the middle of the fifth inning against the Marlins in his hometown of Cincinnati.



The turn at bat behind it was a center fly, and the second turn at bat in the 7th inning was a second at bat with no hits in two at bats.



The Reds won 7-4, winning three straight games.

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