“I threw as I used to do in the US, but I also felt that I had to learn about a new league.”
Cy Young Award winner Trevor Bauer (Yokohama DeNA Baystars), who reported his first victory on the Japanese stage by showing off a good pitch with 7 innings and 1 run against the Hiroshima Toyo Carp on the 3rd, was scolded by the Yomiuri Giants batting line on the 9th. He gave up a whopping 7 runs (11 hits (3 home runs) and 8 strikeouts) in 6 innings. First loss of the season.
Yokohama,메이저사이트 who leads the Central League, was caught 2-9 by weaker Yomiuri and postponed the first 20 wins in the league to the next opportunity.
According to the report of the Japanese sports media ‘Daily Sports’ on the 9th, Bauer blamed himself, saying, “It was a result that could not be said to be okay.” He said, “There is no influence of the field. The physical condition was good, and the speed and movement were not bad,” he said.
Regarding the Yomiuri batting line, he said, “I got the impression that there are many great hitters with long hitting power.” .
On this day, Yomiuri starter Shōsei Dogo, who decorated his first win of the season with a complete game with 6 hits (1 home run), 2 walks, 6 strikeouts and 2 runs (1 earned) in 9 innings, praised Bauer’s ability through an interview with ‘Sports Hochi’.
He praised Bauer, saying, “I felt like a monster when I saw Bauer’s ball at the plate.