“I wanted to throw all the way to win the team.”
These are the words Yokohama Baystars right-hander Trevor Bauer (32) said after winning his second complete game. Manager Daisuke Miura, a former Yokohama pitcher legend, praised Bauer, saying, “Bauer focused on throwing one pitch at a time without showing signs of fatigue, and left it to the end.”
Bauer started against the Yakult Swallows at Yokohama Stadium on the 6th and recorded 4 hits and 1 run in 9 innings.토토사이트 He led a 3-2 win with 128 pitches. He posted his sixth win of the season by a complete game.
It is the second complete win after recording 3 hits and 1 run in 9 innings against the Nippon Ham Fighters in the interleague (exchange match) on June 14th. In the game against Nippon Ham, he struck out 12 with 113 pitches.
It is a complete game in 3 games. In the last 6 games, he posted 5 wins without loss and recorded an average ERA of 1.99. During this period, he finished the entire game with a quality start (6 or more starting innings, 3 earned runs or less). It is 4 games that digested more than 7 innings. It is a score worthy of its reputation.
If a foreign pitcher who was a Cy Young Award winner performs this much, there is nothing more to wish for. Bauer said, “He wanted to break the losing streak somehow. He’s fortunate to be able to throw all the way.”
Bauer was notorious for his violent language during his time in the major leagues. When he was banned from playing in the major leagues due to sexual assault allegations, he decided to go to Japan. On July 1st, against the Chunichi Dragons, he raised eyebrows by swearing at the beasts’ series of defensive mistakes. Some defended that it happened because he had a strong desire to win.
Yokohama, which is competing for the lead with the Hanshin Tigers, has been sluggish recently. Last week, the Hiroshima Carp was swept in three straight matches. He only won 1 win (1 draw and 3 losses) in 5 matches. On the 4th and 5th, I had to change the atmosphere by giving Yakult two games first.
In a situation where victory was essential, Bauer acted as a stopper for losing streak.
He got off to a good start. He hit 7 batters in a row until one out in the top of the 3rd inning. At the beginning of the 3rd inning, he gave up the first run after getting a timely hit from Hidetaka Namiki from 2nd out and 2nd base. He allowed an extra run in the top of the 8th inning, leading 3–1. He allowed a timely hit to Domingo Santana at second base and was chased by one point. In the following two outs and first base, he struck out Murakami Munetaka to end the inning.
In the top of the ninth, he blocked three batters 5th through 7th with 10 pitches. 128th ball thrown against Hideki Nagaoka after 2 deaths
This was taken at 154 km/h.
Yokohama reduced the number of games with Hanshin, who lost to Hiroshima, to 1.5 games.