On the 26th, Yoshitomo Tsutsugo of Major League Baseball Pirates played a two-run home run against Cardinals in Pittsburgh.

Tsutsugo scored 6 points in the 7th inning, and the team reversed to 9-7, and was appointed as a substitute in the no-out second base scene, hitting a No. 4 two-run home run in the middle right.

Tsutsugo's pinch hitter home run was his third run this month, and he wasn't on the defensive.

The Pirates won 11-7 in a come-from-behind victory.

Padres Darvish loses pitcher with 4 runs in 6 innings

Padres' Yu Darvish pitched for the first time in two weeks against the Dodgers in his hometown of San Diego, but lost in the sixth inning with four goals.

Darvish, who had been on the injured list since the 13th due to his tightness, held down with 3 people each up to the 2nd inning on the day's return pitching, but in the 3rd inning, he was preempted by 3 points with a two-run home run etc. I lost 1 point in the 4th inning.

After that, he did not allow additional points and was replaced with 4 goals in the 6th inning, but the team lost 0-4 and became a losing pitcher, resulting in 7 wins and 8 losses.

After the match, pitcher Darvish said about the starting mound for the first time in about two weeks, "I was a little nervous up to three or four times, but the last two innings were good. In the meantime, I had the trainer stretch my hip joint, and it improved a lot. "

Padres had dropped a game that lasted nearly six hours 16 times the day before, and pitcher Darvish said, "I used all the bullpen in that long inning yesterday, so I have to throw a long inning, like last time. I thought I should never get off the board early. There was pressure, but since this is my job, I wanted to throw a long inning somehow. "

The team is on the verge of losing four games in a row and advancing to the playoffs. I was talking.

Mariners Kikuchi 6th inning 4 goals in the middle Win or lose

Mariners pitcher Yusei Kikuchi started the game against the Royals in Seattle, where he pitched, and scored four goals in the middle of the sixth inning to win or lose.

Pitcher Kikuchi, who started in the middle of the 5th, allowed only one hit up to the fifth inning and held down with no runs.

However, in the 6th inning with a 4-0 lead, he invited a no-out first base and second base pinch, lost one point on a timely two base, and dropped out when he gave the next batter a walk.

The substitute pitcher hit a reversal full-base home run, and pitcher Kikuchi threw halfway through the sixth inning, resulting in four goals.

There were four hits, one foreball and one dead ball, and there was no win or loss.

The Mariners lost 4-6.

Reds Akiyama Pinch hitter

Shogo Akiyama of the Reds played in the 7th inning against the Brewers in the opponent's hometown Milwaukee and struck out.

With this, there were no 14 at-bat hits and I couldn't defend.

The Reds won 5 to 1.