Ishikawa Shuta (31), right-handed pitcher of the Softbank Hawks of the Japanese Professional Baseball, achieved a no-hit and no-run (no-hitter) 먹튀검증 to finish the game alone without any hits or runs.

In the match against the 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.

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 preceding 16 appearances 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.

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