Giant rises to 3rd place, reasons why we can expect to move on to CS Connection from expertly evaluated hits and director Hara’s obsession | Full Account

The big play that Yoshikawa was charmed by in the ninth inning saved many a guardian deity

Giants 5-4 Yakult (20th, Tokyo Dome)

The Giants won the Yakult game held at the Tokyo Dome on the 20th, 5-4. Hanshin and Hiroshima were defeated, who were in line with no game difference, so they only moved up to 3rd place. Hiromasa Arai, a baseball critic who has worked as a batting coach at Orix, Softbank, and Hiroshima, said, “I’ve learned how to score effectively. I can see the CS battle as an advantage.”

The batting team saved the difficult development when rookie starter Akahoshi lost two points in the early stages. In the 3rd inning, he scored 3 points with Maru’s timely shots, and managed to turn the game around. At the end, the guardian deity and many runners sent out runners, but Yamada struck out in the air and won the close battle.

With a come-from-behind win in the final home game, Mr Arai said of the team, who emerged as a class A team for the first time since August 16, “It’s an effective way to score points than we scored with a home run that appears to be his color. The good defense that Yoshikawa showed in the final inning also shined.”

In the ninth inning with a one-run lead, Kawabata hit a ball that appeared to pass between first and second base, but second baseman Yoshikawa slid and caught it. Rotate as it is and throw the ball to first base and take the ball out. It was a big drama that helped many guardian gods as there was a possibility of going to Murakami.

Obsessive succession policy for starting pitcher Akahoshi to leave after 3 innings “The bullpen will be fully activated in the remaining games”

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