- Giants vs Hanshin: Director Hanshin Yano showing a stern expression on the bench (photographed by Mitsuru Maeda)
“Vitsu” which makes you feel the weakness of the game. I can’t help but think that. I knew I couldn’t win, but I’m disappointed with how it was decided. V-Yu after losing to the Tokyo Dome giants. For Commander Yodai Yano, it’s the 4th year in a row, but it’s the first year since September 15, 2019, when he lost to the Giants at the Tokyo Dome. I should have fought with the frustration of that time like a spring, but the end became the same shape.
That day, leader Yakult was tied with the last Chunichi in the match of the day. If Yakult had won, “V” was decided regardless of the outcome of the Giants game. Chunichi made up for it at the last minute in the 12th set of overtime.
If Hanshin held on against the giants who are good this season… Even if the odds were close to zero, I could have managed to save the victory and return to Koshien.
The match was also a long-awaited development, with Teruaki Sato scoring the opening goal with one shot. The starting pitcher is Yuki Nishi, who went clean sheet against the Giants this season. Is it correct? However. At times like this, there’s nothing you can do… I think there were more than a few members of the Tiger Party who thought that way. Isamu Nishi allowed a turnover, and although the batting line tried to catch up, they couldn’t reach a run.
This season’s Hanshin Tigers are 1 point difference in 42 games with 19 wins and 23 losses, “Debt 4”. Winning by a point proves the strength of the team. Hanshin has good throwing power, so I have to say this result is a clear testament to the ability of the bench. Yakult has 19 wins and 12 losses.
Not just a point of difference. Whether it’s a 2 point difference, a 3 point difference, or even a 4 point difference, Hanshin lives a life of “debt”. “Savings” is only for games that scored more than 5 points. It’s easy to win when the batting line is blowing, but it’s hard to get it when it’s a close game. Things like this kind of “game weakness” come to the fore.
Again, there was a big difference between winning and losing this game. Of course, if they won, they would have secured 3rd place, but they were also close to DeNA, who lost to Hiroshima. With DeNA having so many games to play, it should be disgusting to be able to close the gap. However, things changed when he lost. Hiroshima, has come to the point of being slimmed down by the giants.
“(CS) cannot be taken on the defensive. There is no choice but to take him out. We have to be more proactive.” Yano seems to have said this in front of Tiger Ban’s reporter. whether or not to rank 3rd. It’s finally time for the final battle. (Honorifics omitted)[Takahara Hisao](Nikkan Sports.com/baseball column “It’s a tiger, it’s a tiger!”)
- Giants v Hanshin Tigers late 6th inning with 1 kill, Yu Nishi homers in the middle to beat Nakata (photo by Mitsuru Maeda)
- Giants vs Hanshin 2nd inning Hanshin 2 dead, Sato Teru hitting the first solo home run (photographed by Yuzo Karimata)
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