Ishikawa Shuta (31), right-handed pitcher of the Softbank Hawks of the Japanese Professional Baseball, achieved a no-hitter (no-hitter) to finish the game alone without any hits or runs.
In the match against Seibu Lions held at Paypay Dome in Fukuoka, Japan on the 18th, Ishikawa played 127 pitches in 9 innings, striking out 8, walking 3, and not giving up a point with a hit ball, taking the lead in the team’s 8-0 victory.메이저놀이터
According to Japan’s Chunichi Sports, it is the 99th no-hitter in the history of Japanese professional baseball.
Ishikawa, who had only 3 wins (5 losses) in the previous 16 appearances along with sluggishness this season, became the protagonist of the record with his powerful fastball, curveball and forkball.
Joining Softbank as a foster player in 2013, he is a player who has contributed to the establishment of the Softbank dynasty by going back and forth between starting and bullpen.
After the game, Ishikawa said, “This is the result of a lot of luck. The fielders helped me with a lot of runs.” said.