Why is Yakult, who has been “unknown for losing streak” for over a month, so strong? “Team power without gaps” evaluated by experts | Full-Count

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Murakami has 26 home runs, 71 RBIs, and a batting average of .315, which is the top of the league.

The momentum of Yakult, who runs at the top of the Central League, does not stop. In the Giants match (Jingu) on the 26th, the main gun, Murakami, won No. 26 and shot 3 runs to win 11-10. It has won 12 consecutive cards, and is overwhelming the first ever 11 consecutive card wins and Sepa.

In the Giants 3 consecutive battles from the 24th, a total of 32 points and 35 goals were discussed with no guard, but they won with 2 wins and 1 loss. Among them, No. 4 Murakami was a rampage with 3 RBIs and 9 RBIs. He has 26 home runs and 71 RBIs at the top of the league, and has a batting average of .315, which is second in the league and is in a position to aim for the Triple Crown.

Hiromasa Arai, a baseball critic who has served as a hitting coach at Orix, Softbank, and Hiroshima, said, “Yakult has had many B-classes the year after winning the league, but this year we are building a team with no gaps as we did last year. I praise the existence of the main gun, Murakami.

“Murakami’s success in hitting. When the 5th year high school graduate and the young 4th batter work hard, I think that the people around me have to do it too. I’m confident in hitting with a hit. Being able to hit a home run in all directions means that I can leave a rate. It can be said that I am the scariest batter in both leagues. “

“Yamada hasn’t shown his true appearance yet, but the team power is so organized that it doesn’t bother him.”

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