Seiya Suzuki, No. 6 in a row of 2 games, 2 runs, running HR on the previous day, full recovery mode | Full-Count

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Running home run, which will be the 5th solo for the first time in 33 games on the 5th

■ Brewers-Cubs (6th Japan time, Milwaukee)

Cubs outfielder Seiya Suzuki started on the 5th (6th Japan time) in the match against Brewers in the enemy territory with “4th right wing”. In his third at-bat in the fifth inning, he shot two runs in the sixth at-bat, two games in a row after returning from an injury to his left ring finger.

In the 5th inning, he caught up with the tie of 2-2 and still had 1 death and 2nd base. When he swung his body around the inner corner ball of Alexander on the right arm and swung the bat, the hit ball became a winning bullet that was sucked into the left wing pole. He had a hitting speed of 101.0 miles, a flight distance of 355 feet, and a hit angle of 22 degrees.

Suzuki was injured on May 26th (27th) due to a ring finger injury on his left hand. He returned to the majors on July 4th (5th) the day before, marking his first solo in 33 games with a running home run. In addition, he also released a right front hit to appeal for multi-hits and complete recovery. On this day, the first at bat was a ground ball and the second at bat was to the right, but the third at bat made a pleasant sound.

[Actual video]Seiya Suzuki, No. 6 wins 2 runs for 2 consecutive games after returning!Cubs fans who gathered in the enemy’s land with a strong blow are also enthusiastic

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