Seiya Suzuki of the Major League Baseball Cubs started in the open game against the White Sox with the 6th light on the 4th and hit two hits including the first timely hit.

Suzuki, who had played 6 games in the open game before this game and suffered a batting average of 10%, 4 minutes and 3 minutes, started in the White Sox game on the 4th in Mesa, Arizona with the 6th light.

He made a timely hit in front of the center in the first at-bat in the second inning with a walk and in the second at-bat in the third inning with one out, first base and second base.

Suzuki was his first timely hit because both of the two open hits were home runs so far.

In the 3rd at bat of the 5th inning, he hit again in front of the center, and this time, the 4th at bat that came around again had a chance of 2 outs, 1st base and 3rd base, but he overlooked and struck out.

Suzuki retired from the defense in the 7th inning, and with 2 hits and 1 RBI in 3 at bats in this game, the batting average in the open game was 20%, 3 minutes and 5 RBIs.

Suzuki said, "I was able to play against various pitchers, and I think I was able to deal with various things within myself. The rest is just going into the actual performance, so I want to do my best with all my heart."

Red Sox pitcher Hirokazu Sawamura pitched in a two-out first baseman eight times against the Twins in Fort Myers, Florida, struck out a 154km straight and missed a third inning. I kept it to a goal.

Pitcher Sawamura, who was the first pitcher in the open game, said, "I was well prepared for the final pitching in the open game. In the limited time, I intend to do what I should do day by day." I was talking.