32 year old SB Higashihama with 97 batters 27 no hits no runs
The second no-hit no-run came out this season.
Higashihama Nao, 32, a right-hander for the Softbank Hawks in Japan’s professional baseball league, achieved a no-hitter. Higashihama started the game against the Seibu Lions at Fukuoka Dome on the 11th and pitched without losing a point by giving up two walks until the ninth inning.
He pitched 97 pitches against 27 batters and struck out six. He pitched effectively, with an average number of pitches per inning not exceeding 10. He gave up one walk in the second and fifth innings, but led the follow-up batter to a double play. He overwhelmed the Seibu power line with fastballs, cut fastballs and sinkers of 150 kilometers per hour. Softbank won the game 2-0.
It is the 84th no-hitter in the Japanese professional baseball league. This is the second no-hit no-run of this season after Chiba Lotte Marines Sasaki Loki, who recorded a perfect game in April 파워볼사이트
Higashi-Hama said, “I tried no-hit no-run once in middle school and in high school and college, but it was difficult,” adding, “I didn’t think about achieving the milestone.”
In Korean time, left-hander Reid Dittmouth of the Los Angeles Angels in the U.S. Major League Baseball achieved a no-hit no-run against the Tampa Bay Rays until the ninth inning. Higashihama said he watched the game with his teammates in the weight training room.
Higashihama is 4-1 with a 2.45 ERA in six games, including the match