Samurai U18 clash with South Korea in the 3rd place play-off.

The finals will be between the United States and Taiwan, followed by a 3-game match with South Korea.

Samurai Japan, the Japanese high school national team competing in the “30th WBSC U-18 Baseball World Cup” competition (Sarasota, Florida, USA) resumed their last game against the United States in the final game of the Super Round on the 18th. . . I suffered a 3-4 bye loss. He allowed two runs in the last seven innings with a one-run lead. Japan, who had already decided to advance to the 3rd match on the same day (19th Japan time), finished 4th in the Super (final) round with 2 wins and 3 losses. They will clash with South Korea for the bronze medal. The final was between the United States and Chinese Taipei.

The game resumed with the bases loaded and no hits in the top of the third inning with Japan leading 3-2. Yudai Ebine (Osaka Toin), Shogo Asano (Takamatsusho), and Yoshinobu Kuroda (Kyushu International University) struck out against right-handed pitcher Rodriguez, who scored from here, resulting in no score.

On the other hand, for Japan, Yosho Yamada (Omi), who pitched in the middle of the second inning the previous day, “continued”. After sacking the third inning with three outs, Yuseiho Yoshimura (Meitoku Gijuku), an erratic left-hander, took to the mound in the fourth inning. I showed good pitches to dismiss with 3 people until the 6th inning. In the last 7th inning, while holding the lead, he allowed a leadoff hit, followed by a sacrifice hit by catcher Kai Watanabe (Chiben Wakayama) who threw the ball poorly to first base, however , a bad throw and a double error at third base invited a pinch hit from second and third base without a fatality. Here Yoshimura committed a bitter balk and was held up with a tie.

Kaito Noda (Kyushu International University) pitches in a pinch with no outs at third base. I allowed a bye hit in front of left field after 1 out and 3rd base. The 3rd match will be held after the last match. To win the bronze medal for the first time in two tournaments since 2017, they will face South Korea, who lost 0-8 in the Super Round.

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