Six games were played in professional baseball, and Lotte, the leader of the Pacific League, extended the winning streak to six with one draw and widened the game behind the second-placed Orix to four.

This is the Pacific League.

In Softbank vs. Lotte, Lotte won 5-4.

Lotte caught up with Fujioka in a timely manner in the 6th inning of 3-4, and won in the 7th inning with Kakunaka's timely two base.

The third pitcher, Harman, wins for the first time this season.

Pitcher Masuda gave the 33rd save, which is the highest number of his own.

Lotte has won 6 straight wins with one draw in between.

Softbank lost four games in a row due to lack of relief.

Rakuten vs. Orix, Rakuten won 7-0.

Rakuten took the lead in the 5th inning with Tsuyoshi Yamasaki's timely three-base, and also scored 5 points in this time with Asamura's timely.

In the 7th inning, Asamura expanded his lead with No. 13 Touran.

Starting pitcher Takinaka has hit four in seven innings and is the seventh win with no runs.

Orix was the starting pitcher Soichiro Yamazaki. Pitcher Soichiro Yamazaki collapsed in the 5th inning, and the batting line lacked a connection and suffered four consecutive losses.

Seibu vs. Nippon-Ham drew 3 to 3.

Seibu caught up with Kuriyama in a timely manner in the 8th inning to chase one point.

Nippon-Ham scored 3 points in the 3rd inning with Wang's No. 8 Touran, but after the 4th inning, he couldn't escape because he couldn't get additional points.

This is the Central League.

In Yakult vs. Hanshin, Yakult won 1-0.

Yakult defended one point that Murakami gave in a timely manner.

Starting pitcher Ogawa has 6 hits in the middle of the 8th inning, 8 wins since July 3 with no runs, and McGough, who finished the game, is the 20th save.

The bad attack was conspicuous in Hanshin.

Giants vs. DeNA, the Giants won 7-6.

The giant caught up with the timely pinch hitter Yaoita and Sakamoto in the 9th inning, 4 to 6, and won the goodbye with Kazuma Okamoto's sacrifice fly.

DeNA had an advantage in the game from the beginning, but pitcher Mishima, who was in control, made a miscalculation.

In Chunichi vs. Hiroshima, Hiroshima won 5-3.

Hiroshima returned 1 point in a timely manner in the 5th inning of 0-3, and in the 7th inning, it was reversed by Shozui's No. 1 three-run.

Hiroshima stopped the losing streak with 4 and decided to win this season with this card.

In Chunichi, pitcher Kasahara, who started for the first time in two years, was tenacious with one goal in five innings, but pitcher Fuku, the third pitcher, was struck and the winning streak stopped at five.