Major League Baseball Orioles pitcher Shintaro Fujinami pitched two consecutive relief games in the ninth inning against the White Sox on the 29th, giving up two runs on four hits in one inning, ending a four-game scoreless streak.

Fujinami took the mound as the fourth pitcher in the ninth inning of a 9-1 lead over the White Sox in Baltimore.

The first batter was hit by a changeup, and the next two were hit straight in the high 9s, giving up one run on three consecutive hits.

He then lost two runs during an infield run and had another hit, but the next batter hit a 4-yard straight fly to center field, and the first base runner who popped out couldn't come back and it turned into a double play that gave the Orioles a 2-150 victory.

The Orioles, who lead the American League East, had a solid pitcher on the mound with four hits and two runs in one inning, while Fujinami pitched four consecutive games as a reliever, while his holding pitcher left the lineup due to injury.

His ERA is 3.1.

Cubs Seiya Suzuki starts, no-hitters win the team

Seiya Suzuki of the Cubs threw a no-hitter in a game against the Brewers, the leaders of the same division on the 29th, but the team won 1-0 and closed the gap to four games.

The Cubs, who are in second place in the National League Central Division, faced the Brewers, who are in first place and have won nine straight games, in their home home town of Chicago, and Suzuki started at No. 4 right.

In the first at-bat of the second inning, he chose a foreball, but it did not lead to a run, and in the second at-bat of the fourth inning, he fell to a double play in the third.

In the third and fourth at-bats, he ended in a series of strikeouts with a missed out and a blank swing, and he threw a three-hit no-hitter, dropping his batting average to 2.9.6.

The Cubs defended a one-run single in the first inning with a relay of four pitchers to beat their rivals for the championship in the same division 2-1 and close the gap to four.

Red Sox Masanao Yoshida no-hitter

Red Sox player Masanao Yoshida threw a four-hit no-hitter against the Astros in his home game of Boston.

Yoshida, who had three hits in the previous game, started the game at left field in the fourth, and fell to a double play in the first at-bat of the first inning with two runners on base and two runners in the second at-bat of the third inning.

In the third at-bat, it was a second goro, and in the fourth, it was a second fly, and I couldn't catch a straight ball in all four at-bats.

Yoshida threw a four-hit no-hitter in the game, dropping his batting average to 4.3.4.

The Red Sox lost 1-1 and have lost three in a row.