Yusei Kikuchi, a pitcher of the Blue Jays in the major leagues, threw halfway through the 6th inning against the Yankees in New York and showed a good pitch with only two hits, but the relief pitcher was hit and it was his second win of the season. Did not.

Pitcher Kikuchi, who won his first victory of the season from the Yankees on the 4th of this month, started the game against the Yankees on the 5th and 10th in a row.

Pitcher Kikuchi struggled with control in the early stages, such as throwing three walks by the second inning, but he did not allow hits up to the fifth inning and held down with no runs.

He was hit by the lead batter in the 6th inning with a 3-point lead, and when he was 1 out, 1st base and 3rd base, he got off the mound with the right of a winning pitcher.

However, immediately after the substitute pitcher was hit by the Yankees' No. 4 and Stanton's three-run home run, pitcher Kikuchi threw halfway through the sixth inning and scored two goals.

He allowed two hits, three walks, and seven strikeouts, and he couldn't beat pitcher Kikuchi.

The Blue Jays lost 5 to 6 in a come-from-behind goodbye and lost 3 consecutive games.

Pirates Tsutsugo is a no-hitter with 4 at bats

Pirates Yoshitomo Tsutsugo started in the 5th first against the Dodgers in his hometown of Pittsburgh and was a no-hitter with 4 at bats.

The first at-bat in the first inning was a missed strikeout, the second at-bat in the fourth inning was the first grounder, the third at-bat in the seventh inning was the second at-bat, and the fourth at-bat in the eighth inning was the first grounder. On the contrary, I got one at bat.

Tsutsugo had 1 RBI with no hits in 4 at bats, and his batting average fell below 20% again to 10% 9 minutes and 2 RBIs.

Pirates lost 1 to 11.