In professional baseball, the final six games of the interleague game were held.


The Central League has 55 wins, the Pacific League has 53 wins, and the Central League has won for the second consecutive year.

▽ Rakuten vs. Giants Rakuten won 9-2.



In the second inning, Tatsumi's two home runs, Muto, Nishikawa, and Kobukata's consecutive timely hitters, 12 batters, and seven hits scored nine points to decide the match.



Starting pitcher Takahiro Norimoto scored 6 hits in 7 innings, 4 wins this season with 2 runs, and 100 professional wins in total.



As for the giant, starting pitcher Iori Yamasaki was hit with 5 goals in the middle of the second inning.



▽ In Softbank vs. Yakult, Yakult won 3-0.



Yakult broke the equilibrium in the 8th inning, which was 0-0, with Nagaoka's timely two-base, and also scored 3 points in this inning with Shiomi's No. 10 double.



Starting pitcher Takahashi took 6 hits and 10 strikeouts, and in the regular season he won his fifth win with the first professional shutout.



Yakult is the second five consecutive wins of the season and is the first to win 40 wins in both leagues.



Softbank suffered three consecutive losses when the third pitcher, Katsuki Matayoshi, was struck.



▽ In Orix vs. Hanshin, Hanshin won 9 to 1.



In the 3rd inning, Chikamoto and Teruaki Sato took the lead with 2 points in a row, and in the 5th inning, Oyama expanded the lead with 2 points in a timely manner.



Sato was a double RBI in the 7th inning and a 6 RBI in the 9th inning with a 13th three-run.



Starting pitcher Gunkel kept the goal to one goal, and scored his third win in the first complete game in Japan, and Hanshin won three consecutive games.



Orix was finally able to return 1 point in the 9th inning, resulting in 5 consecutive losses.



▽ Seibu vs. Hiroshima, Seibu won 11-0.



Seibu took the lead with O'Grady's No. 7 solo in the first inning, adding one point to the second inning, and then widened the lead in the third inning with Yamakawa's No. 20 Touran and Tonosaki's No. 3 Touran.



In the 4th inning, O'Grady hit the second run of the game, No. 8 Touran, and continued to score points, and Seibu scored 11 points with 12 hits including 4 home runs.



Starting pitcher Ens is the fourth win with a good pitcher with no runs in the 7th inning.



Hiroshima did not shake both throws and suffered a shutout defeat.



▽ Lotte vs. DeNA, Lotte won 5-4.



Lotte took the lead in the 1st inning with Martin's No. 7 Touran, and in the 6th inning immediately after being caught up with the tie, Echebarrier and Ogino beat 2 points in a timely manner.



Starting pitcher Shoma Sato in his second year scored his first professional victory with two goals in six innings.



DeNA caught up by 1 point in the 9th inning, but did not reach it.



▽ Nippon-Ham vs. Chunichi Nippon-Ham won 2-0.



Nippon-Ham took the lead in the 3rd inning with Go Matsumoto's timely two base, and in the 6th inning, Kiyomiya added 1 point in a timely manner.



Starting pitcher Kato scored his third win with a good pitch without any goals in the seventh inning, and Nippon-Ham has won three consecutive victories.



Chunichi suffered 6 consecutive losses in the 12th shutout defeat in 2 games in a row, and the number of losses was 8, the highest this season.

Softbank game Unusually runners out with restraint

In the professional baseball exchange game held at the PayPay Dome in Fukuoka City, and in the Softbank vs. Yakult game, there was a rare scene in which the runners were out of control.



The scene is Softbank's three attacks.



First base runner Nobuhiro Matsuda returned to base by slipping from his head against Yakult's pitcher Keiji Takahashi, and touched the first base with his hand before the first touch.



However, when Matsuda got up immediately afterwards, his hands and feet were away from the base, and Yakult's first, Osuna, who did not miss the moment, touched Matsuda.



Osuna appealed to the bench, Yakult coach Shingo Takatsu requested a request, and as a result of replay verification, the judgment was out.

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