The final of Senbatsu High School Baseball will be held on the 31st, and Omi High School, which is aiming for the first victory through spring and summer as a Shiga prefectural team, and Osaka Toin High School, who is aiming for the fourth victory, will face each other.

Omi and Osaka Toin's Kansai team have advanced to the final of Senbatsu High School Baseball, which opened at Koshien Stadium on the 19th of this month.



Of these, Omi was the first to advance to the final from a substitute school while the team was rushed to participate in place of the school that declined the tournament just before the opening due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection within the team.



The center of the pitching is pitcher Haru Yamada, who is the captain of the big black pillar, and he has completed all four games so far, and all of them are stable with 2 goals or less.



However, in order to prevent pitcher injuries, there is a limit of 500 pitches per week, so it will be interesting to see how pitcher Yamada will be appointed.



On the other hand, Osaka Toin is the first to advance to the final in four years since 2018, when he won his second consecutive spring-summer championship.

In both the quarter-finals and the semi-finals, the hit line recorded double-digit hits and double-digit scores.

As for the pitchers, four pitchers, including one of the pitchers who are paying attention to this tournament and pitcher Yusuke Maeda, who is in the second grade, have achieved stable results with five goals in three games.



Whether it's Omi, who is aiming for the first victory through spring and summer as a Shiga prefecture, or Osaka Toin, who is aiming for the fourth victory for the first time in four years, the final is scheduled to start at 0:30 pm on the 31st.

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