Six professional baseball games were played, and in the Pacific League, Orix won the final game of the regular season.
▽ Giants won 3 to 2 in DeNA vs. Giants.
Win, Sugano pitcher 10 wins and 7 losses.
Save, many pitchers 1 win 3 losses 37 saves.
Lose, pitcher Hamaguchi 8 wins and 7 losses.
In the 1st inning, the Giants took the lead with Maru's timely hit, and in the 3rd inning, Kazuma Okamoto's pushing dead ball and Polanco's sacrifice fly added 2 points.
The starting pitcher, Sugano, threw 5 innings and got 7 hits, but he kept no runs and won his 10th win for the first time in 2 years.
DeNA had 12 hits and failed to capitalize on their chances.
▽ Hanshin vs. Yakult drew 3 to 3 according to the rules in 12 extra innings.
In the ninth inning, when Hanshin led 1-0, pitcher Keller, who pitched as the seventh pitcher, lost three points with four hits, including timely hits by Miyamoto and Koga.
Yakult was able to catch up with the back, the restraining pitcher McGuff, who was hit in a timely manner by Umeno and Eie, who was at bat for the first time as a professional.
In extra time, both lacked a decisive move.
Yakult's Murakami, who is expected to win the 56th home run, which is the most for Japanese players in the season, and the triple crown, did not participate.
▽ In Hiroshima vs. Chunichi, Chunichi won 3-0.
9 wins and 11 losses for pitcher Yanagi.
Save, Rydell Martinez pitcher 4 wins 3 losses 39 saves.
Lose, pitcher Moriura 3 wins and 6 losses.
In the sixth inning, Chunichi scored two points in a timely two-base by Viciedo and Shuhei Takahashi in a timely manner, and added one point in a timely manner by Mizowaki in the 9th inning.
Pitcher Neo, the first professional starter, kept no runs in three innings, second pitcher Yanagi won the ninth, and Rydell Martinez made the 39th save.
Hiroshima finished the season with a 4-game losing streak, shutting out with only 3 hits.
▽ Seibu vs Nippon-Ham, Nippon-Ham won 4-2.
Win, Nemoto pitcher 3 wins and 3 losses.
Save, pitcher Kitayama 3 wins 5 losses 9 saves.
Lose, pitcher Sato 3 wins and 4 losses.
Home run, Seibu Nakamura player No. 12.
In both games, the final game of the season, Nippon-Ham scored 2 points in the 5th inning, pushing out dead balls and foreballs, and Nomura's 2 points in a timely manner to take 4 points.
The starting pitcher, Nemoto, gave up 2 goals in the 5th inning for the 3rd win.
In the 4th inning, Seibu took the lead with Nakamura's No. 12 Touran, but could not score additional points, and the third pitcher, Sato, collapsed.
▽ Orix won 5 to 2 in Rakuten vs. Orix.
Won, pitcher Udagawa 2 wins and 1 loss.
Save, Abe pitcher 1 win 3 saves.
Lose, pitcher Masahiro Tanaka 9 wins and 12 losses.
In the 5th inning of 0 to 2, Orix scored 3 points with Fushimi's timely hit and Fukuda's 2 points in a timely manner, and in the 9th inning, Fushimi's 2-point timely two bases pushed him away.
The third pitcher, Udagawa, pitched from a pinch in the 4th inning, kept no runs in the 2nd inning, and scored his second win.
Softbank, who were both in the final game of the season, lost, and Orix won the Pacific League title for the 14th time in a row for the second year in a row.
▽ Lotte won 5 to 3 in Lotte vs. Softbank.
1 win for pitcher Iwashita.
Save, Osuna pitcher 4 wins 1 loss 10 saves.
Lost, Izumi pitcher lost 2.
Home run, Lotte Yamaguchi player No. 16.
Softbank, Mimori player No. 9, Yanagida player No. 24.
Lotte reversed with Yamaguchi's No. 16 three-run in the 6th inning, which was 0-2, and added 2 points in the 7th inning with two timely two bases from Shogo Nakamura and Yasuda.
The second pitcher, Iwashita, won the first win of the season, and Osuna closed the game at the end.
Softbank, who won the championship with a win or a draw, missed the league championship because the second pitcher, Izumi, was hit.