There’s no reason why he was the “CY winner,” Bauer’s fighting spirit…”I’ll throw 150 next time.”

The player who had ‘Cy Young’ in his arms in the major leagues is definitely on a different level. Trevor Bauer (Yokohama DeNA Baystars) is throwing more than 100 pitches in 13 consecutive games, pouring out everything on the Nippon Professional Baseball stage.

Bauer started in the 2023 Japan 카지노 Professional Baseball Hanshin Tigers home match held at Yokohama Stadium in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan on the 20th (hereinafter Korean time) and pitched 120 pitches in 8 innings, 9 hits, 1 walk, 6 strikeouts and 2 runs (2 earned). ), but suffered a yoke of defeat due to lack of support from other ships.

Bauer, who held the National League Cy Young Award in his arms while in Cincinnati in 2020, had his major league career completely cut off at the end of the 2021 season. Why is he surrounded by sexual assault allegations? Bauer, who received a suspension from the Major League Secretariat, appealed for regret and reduced the suspension from 324 games to 194, but was released by the Los Angeles Dodgers and entered Nippon Professional Baseball prior to this season.

Bauer tasted a thrilling victory by pitching a quality start + (7 innings, 3 earned runs or less) with 1 run in 7 innings against the Hiroshima Toyo Carp in his first appearance, but later in the match against the Yomiuri Giants and Hiroshima, he gave up 7 runs each (6 earned runs). , 7 runs (7 ERA), collapsed one after another, and experienced the humiliation of being demoted to the 2nd team.

The effect of the second military line was clear. Bauer showed off 6 scoreless innings in his first appearance back from the 2nd team, and recorded 4 wins, undefeated ERA of 2.08 in 4 games in June, and won the monthly MVP title. And now that he has finished adapting to the Japanese professional baseball stage, he is truly spreading out his ‘superlative’ pitch.

In particular, Bauer did not win the victory on the 3rd, but in the match against Hiroshima, he climbed the mound up to the 10th inning and showed the potential of 123 pitches, 5 hits, 2 walks, 5 strikeouts and no runs, and then took a break on the 5th. In 2009, all pitched 7 innings of quality start +, and ran for 2 individual wins in a row. Although I didn’t have a kite with Seungri that day, I could see how sincere Bauer was in Japanese professional baseball.

Bauer, who blocked the Hanshin lineup in the first inning with a tripartite offense, scored twice. Bauer was driven into a crisis on first and third base, with consecutive hits from Shilton Noisy and Teruaki Sato in a situation where there was no runner in the first company. Here, he was attacked by Seiya Kinami with a 156km fastball and gave the first point with a timely hit.

Bauer overcame the crisis that came again with a scoreless run in the 3rd inning with a walk and a hit, but in the 4th inning Sato hit again, allowing Masashi Sato a timely hit in the 2nd and 3rd base crisis to record the 2nd run. Until the middle of the game, he repeated uneasy pitching, but from the 5th inning, Bauer changed.

Bauer scored three outs with two ground balls and one strikeout in the 5th inning, and scored two strikeouts against Hanshin’s lower batsmen in the 6th inning, marking his second triplet of the day. At the end of the sixth inning, the number of pitches was close to 100, but Bauer did not stop pitching.

He climbed the mound in the 7th inning and tied the Hanshin batting line, and also appeared in the 8th inning. As a result, he threw a 155km fastball on the 114th pitch and blocked the Hanshin batting line with a double hit, completing pitching with 2 runs in 8 innings. However, as Yokohama DeNA’s batting line did not explode in the end, Bauer was unfortunately afflicted with defeat.

If you look at Bauer’s pitching recently, you can see that Nippon Professional Baseball is very sincere. Starting with an exchange match against the Seibu Lions on June 3, Bauer has recorded more than 100 pitches in 13 consecutive games. In his 13 games, his total number of pitches is 1475, giving him 113.5 pitches per game. In particular, Bauer, who threw 109 pitches on the 15th, the previous pitch, threw 120 pitches on the 20th despite the 4-day break.

And there is also a part where you can confirm why Bauer was able to embrace Cy Young in his arms. Bauer, who suffered humiliation by allowing 7 runs in two consecutive games before adapting to the Japanese professional baseball stage, has recorded 13 quality starts (less than 3 earned runs in 6 innings) in 14 games after returning to the first team.

According to Japan’s ‘Chunichi Sports’, Bauer said, “I was able to go 1 inning, 3 innings, and 5 more innings because the ball movement, speed, and physical condition were good.” But it seems to be a little lacking. Next time, I will be able to throw 150 pitches in the 3-day break,” expressing both gratitude and regret.

On this day, Bauer suffered the misfortune of not being able to win, but regained the second place in strikeouts in the Central League. And Imana, who is about to advance to the major leagues, succeeded in narrowing the gap with Shota (Yokohama DeNA) to eight.