If you ask the most watched star in the global baseball world, I believe everyone agrees that it is Otani Shohei, who is known as the "two swordsman"; however, if you ask who can make the world media temporarily shift the focus from Otani, then it is definitely the day before Roshi Sasaki, the "Reiwa Monster" of Japan's Chiba Rhodes team, who threw 13 consecutive strikeouts, 19 times in nine innings, and created a complete game with only 105 balls.
Sasaki Roshi re-creates a new century of surprises How hard is it to fully race? In the 130 years of American professional baseball, there have been only 23 times (24 times if the referee misjudged); only 16 times in the 84 years of Japanese professional baseball. What about Taiwan? In the 32 years since the start of professional baseball, there has only been one Shadow Making game (but not by a local pitcher), and it may not be an exaggeration to say that it is difficult.
However, Sasaki Roshi used the courage of his newborn calf to not be afraid of tigers. He successfully reached the standard in his early 20s, and added a consecutive 13K world professional baseball record in the same field. All fans can only express their sincere heartfelt words with "Wow!" Wow! More about this source textSource text required for additional translation information Send feedback Side panels