Japanese professional baseball Rakuten Golden Eagles’ Masahiro Tanaka (35) has achieved 197 wins in the US and Japan 온라인카지노.
Tanaka started the game against the Softbank Hawks held at Rakuten Mobile Park in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan on the 26th and recorded a victory with 4 hits (1 home run), 1 walk, 5 strikeouts and 1 run in 7 innings.
The Chunichi Shimbun, a Japanese media, said, “Tanaka, who only recorded one win per month, broke the wall of ‘one win per month’ and won his 7th win this season. There are now only three wins left until the total of 200 wins in the US and Japan,” said Tanaka’s victory.
Tanaka is the ace of the Japanese national team, recording 119 wins and 64 losses with an ERA of 2.61 in 242 matches (1745⅔ innings) in Japan, and 78 wins and 46 losses with an ERA of 3.74 in 174 major league matches (1054⅔ innings). He played in the major leagues from 2014 to 2020 and returned to Japan in 2021.
Tanaka, who is struggling a bit with 7 wins and 8 losses with a 4.74 ERA in 17 games (112 innings) this season, was only winning one game per month. However, in August, after winning against Orix on the 3rd (8 innings, 1 run), he suffered 2 losses, but with a victory on this day, he won 2 wins in a month for the first time.
In the meantime, Tanaka, who had been pitching every 7 days, took the mound after an 8-day break this time, and the result was good. The Chunichi Shimbun said, “Tanaka, who took a break on the 8th and took the mound, had good splitter control that day, and even against heavy hitters such as Yanagita Yuki and Kondo Kensuke (above Softbank), the scene of catching a bat roll by pushing a fastball with a maximum speed of 148 km/h stood out. .
‘With the pitching interval extended by a day, Tanaka reaffirmed the balance and timing of his pitching form. He succeeded in regaining control of the splitter and slider, and manager Kazuhisa Ishii also welcomed Tanaka’s good pitching, saying, ‘It was a fairly relaxed pitching’.”
Meanwhile, Yu Darvish (San Diego), who is active in the major leagues, struggled against Milwaukee that day, recording a loss with 6 hits (1 home run), 1 walk, 1 walk, 3 strikeouts and 5 runs in 4 innings. The total number of victories between the US and Japan remained at 196.
Tanaka, who has been one step ahead of Darvish by recording 197 wins in the US and Japan, said, “I don’t think (200 wins) is an easy record. I also rarely win,” he said, expressing consideration for Darvish. “First of all, it is important to reach the right to advance to the Climax Series. I want to win a lot by fighting one game at a time,” he said, expressing his will to achieve 200 wins within this season.