Six professional baseball games were held, and in the Central League, second place DeNA extended their winning streak to 15, including a draw at home.

In the Pacific League, leader Seibu lost and second place Softbank won, narrowing the game gap to 1.5.

Orix 4-3 Seibu Orix Yamamoto wins first win in the second half

▼ Wins Yamamoto pitcher 11 wins and 5 losses.

▼ Negative Honda pitcher 3 wins and 2 losses.

▼ HR Orix: Wakatsuki players No. 3 and No. 4.

In the 7th inning of 3 to 3, Orix won with No. 4 solo, which was Wakatsuki's second consecutive home run.

Starting pitcher Yamamoto pitched a complete game with 9 hits and 3 runs, and won his 11th victory in the second half of the game.

Seibu caught up with a 2-point difference in the 6th inning, but lost the pitcher's relay without deciding.

Softbank 7-2 Nippon-Ham Nippon-Ham loses four straight games

▼ win Bando pitcher won 1 win.

▼ Loss Ponce pitcher 2 wins and 4 losses.

In the third inning, Softbank took the lead with two timely goals from Yanagida.

In the 6th inning, Despaigne's sacrifice fly added 2 points, and in the 8th inning, he collected 5 hits and added 3 points.

Pitcher Bando, who started the game for the first time this season, scored a win for the first time in two years by throwing a hit and no runs in the middle of the sixth inning.

Nippon-Ham has a four-game losing streak due to lack of tenacity in their batting lineup.

Lotte 6-5 Rakuten Lotte Aki Sasaki wins 7th win since June

▼ Wins Pitcher Aki Sasaki 7 wins and 3 losses.

▼S Pitcher Osuna 2 wins and 2 saves.

▼ Minegishi pitcher 7 wins and 7 losses.

▼ HR Lotte: Yasuda player No. 3.

Rakuten: Motegi player No. 6, Asamura player No. 20, Suzuki Daichi player No. 4.

In the 6th inning of 2 to 4, Lotte returned 1 point with the opponent's wild pitch, and from the bases loaded, Matsukawa hit a 3-point timely two-base sweep of the runners to reverse the situation.

Starting pitcher Aki Sasaki threw 6 innings and suffered 5 runs after hitting 3 home runs, which was his worst, but won his 7th victory with a win since June 22nd.

Rakuten's starting pitcher Kishi gave up 5 runs in the middle of the 6th inning, and the team's winning streak ended at 4.

DeNA 8-3 Hiroshima DeNA Onuki wins double digits for the first time in two years

▼ Wins Pitcher Onuki has 10 wins and 4 losses.

▼ Negative Pitcher Tamamura has 1 win and 2 losses.

▼ HR DeNA: Maki player No. 18, Miyazaki player No. 7, Soto player No. 13.

   Hiroshima: Sakakura player No. 10.

In the 4th inning of 1 vs. 2, DeNA reversed with Minei's 3-point timely two base, and in the 6th inning, when Miyazaki was close to 1 point difference, Miyazaki hit No. 7 solo, and Soto hit No. 13 three-run in the 8th inning. I threw it away.

Starting pitcher Onuki persevered with 3 runs in the middle of the 6th inning, earning his 10th win, his first double-digit win in two years.

DeNA extended their winning streak to 15 with four consecutive wins, including a draw at home.

In Hiroshima, starting pitcher Tamamura gave up 4 goals in the 4th inning, and the team fell back to 4th place.

Hanshin 4-0 Giant Hanshin rises to 3rd place

▼ Victory Pitcher Yuki Nishi 9 wins and 7 losses.

▼ Negative pitcher Iori Yamazaki 4 wins and 4 losses.

In the 7th inning, which was 0-0, Hanshin broke the deadlock with Teruaki Sato's timely play, and in the 8th inning, Sato added 3 points, including a 2-point timely three base.

The starting pitcher, Yuki Nishi, had only three hits, and scored his ninth win in his second shutout of the season.

Hanshin moved up to 3rd place.

Iori Yamazaki pitched well in the middle of the 7th inning, giving up one run for the giants, but the batting line could not support him, and the team fell to 5th place with 4 consecutive losses.

Chunichi 4x-3 Yakult Chunichi Tsuchida hits a goodbye in the 9th inning

▼ Wins Rydell Martinez Pitcher 3 wins, 3 losses, 26 saves.

▼ Negative Pitcher Shimizu has 5 wins and 3 losses.

Chunichi caught up with Kinoshita's 2 points in a timely manner in the 6th inning of 1 to 3, and in the 9th inning, Tsuchida hit a hit in front of the light from no-out bases loaded to decide the game.

Rydell Martinez, the third pitcher who pitched in the 9th inning, won his third win.

Yakult couldn't keep the lead with starting pitcher Ogawa giving up three goals in the middle of the sixth inning.