Kotaro Kiyomiya’s “super light hit” “flys” and reaches the outfield in no time “too fast and too strong” | Full-Count

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The hit ball released in the Giants game on the 29th reached the outfield in no time

■ Nippon-Ham 7-2 Giants (Interleague game, 29th, Sapporo Dome)

In the fifth year of Nippon-Ham, Kotaro Kiyomiya’s infielder’s “super light hit” hits the ball, which has surprised fans. Comments were gathered, saying, “The hit ball is too fast and too strong,” “artistic extra-base hit,” “I was really awakened,” and “Egui Flying.”

Kiyomiya, who entered the turn at bat in the 6th inning with two dead runners in the Giants match held at the Sapporo Dome on the 29th, caught the 146km fastball of the giant Toda. Far from “Man swing”, the hit ball from the swing as if running a sword quickly passed the outfielder’s head and hit the right wing fence directly. Kiyomiya fell into second base.

Also, in the 8th at-bat, if you catch 153km in Hiranai, you will be able to hit in the middle at super speed. When “PERSOL PA League TV” released this as a video on official YouTube, fans said, “I’m a genius when it comes to hitting a long hit,” “I’m surprised every time the hit ball flies more than I expected.” “Why is Kiyomiya’s hit ball?” Is it so beautiful? It’s really strange. ” In addition, he said, “I’m hitting lightly like Okawari-kun, but the ball hits a lot,” and the voice was likened to Seibu’s Takeya Nakamura infielder, who is known for his amazing “home run rate.”

[Watch the actual video]”The ball is too fast and too strong” Fans praise Kiyomiya’s slimmer super-fast hit

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