Roki Sasaki started the game against Australia on the 10th and started his team’s seed batting and hit a fastball of 151km per hour

Roki Sasaki

Chiba Lotte Marines right-hander Roki Sasaki (21) pitched in a simulation batting and threw a ball 151 kilometers per hour. Sasaki faced eight batters in a final training session at Chiba Marine Stadium on the 1st. He gave up two hits and struck out four. He pitched a total of 33 pitches, reaching a maximum of 151 kilometers. I induced seven swings

Sasaki, who was selected for the Japanese national team, will start the warm-up match against the Australian national team at Sapporo Dome on the 10th.

Sasaki improved his adaptability by throwing the World Baseball Classic (WBC) official ball. It is an official phrase used before the evaluation. It is said that the surface is slippery compared to the official ball of Japanese professional baseball.

Lotte manager Masato Yoshii praised his pitching, saying, “I threw well.” Yoshii also serves as a pitching coach for the national team led by Hideki Kuriyama.

Sasaki is a rising star of the Japanese national team and a box office card. On April 10, he pitched 105 pitches against the Orix Buffaloes to achieve a perfect game with 19 strikeouts and no runs in nine innings. He even set a new record for 13 consecutive strikeouts.

Sasaki struck out 173 in 20 games and 129 innings this season. After Yamamoto Yoshinobu (Orix), he finished second in strikeouts in the Pacific League.

The Japanese national team is scheduled to play four warm-up matches this month. The Nippon Ham Fighters on November 5, the Yomiuri Giants on November 6, and the Australian national team will play two consecutive games from November 9 to 10.

He formed the national team with 28 players from Japan’s domestic team, including Sasaki and Murakami Munetaka (Yakult). This warm-up match is part of the process of preparing for the WBC in March next year.

Roki Sasaki started the game against Australia on the 10th…

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