The Leadoff Hitter’s First Home Run in 58 Seconds.

Keio Kanagawa Prefecture won the 105th Summer Koshien Tournament National High School Baseball Championship. 사설토토 In the final match held at Hanshin Koshien Stadium in Nishinomiya, Hyogo Prefecture, he beat Ikuei Sendai Miyagi Prefecture 8-2. After winning his first championship in 1916, he won his second championship 107 years later. When he won his first championship, he participated in the tournament representative of Tokyo.

Summer Koshien rewrote the history of the tournament. Both the finals for the first time in 103 years and the championship for the first time in 107 years were achieved with the longest gap in the history of the tournament. The previous record was 59 and 54 years, respectively.

Sendai Ikuei sought to win for the second consecutive year for the seventh time since last year, but failed to pass the last gate and swallowed his regret.

Keio scored the first run like lightning in the top of the first inning. No. 1 Maruta Minato hit a home run as the leadoff hitter. In the ball count 2B2S, he hit a low-course slider thrown by opposing right-hander Judas Doma and flew it to the right stand of Koshien Stadium. A home run came 58 seconds after the start of the game.

It is the first home run by a leading hitter in the final of the summer Koshien tournament. In the spring Koshien tournament, there were two home runs as the leadoff hitter in the final. He scored additional points by targeting the shaky starting pitcher. With two outs and runners on first and second base, No. 6 Watanabe Sennosuke hit an RBI infield hit, bringing one home. 2-0.

He ran away with one run in the top of the second inning. With a walk and a sending bunt, Maruta hit a timely hit to make it 3-0. Sendai Ikuei, who was being dragged 0-3, succeeded in counterattacking. In the top of the second inning, leadoff hitter No. 4 Saito Hinata hit a heavy hit and No. 5 Ogata Mikito hit a double to right field. He followed one point with an infield grounder at second and third bases with one out. In the bottom of the third inning, he followed one point with a wild pitch from the opposing pitcher with two outs and runners on second and third bases.

The tight game collapsed in the top of the fifth inning. Keio, who had been chased by one point, had nine batters and scored five points due to four hits and one walk and an opponent’s error. In fact, the game went to Keio.

Keio’s right-hander Masaki Oyake, who won nine innings in the semifinals, took the mound in the fifth inning. He blocked five scoreless innings until the ninth inning and led the team to victory. Keio lost 2-1 to Sendai Ikuei in the first round of the Koshien tournament this spring. Before the final match

I definitely want revenge, he said, but he definitely avenged himself. On the same day, 42,100 people entered Koshien Stadium. Japanese media reported that tickets were sold out for reservation.

Meanwhile, Keio’s Kiyohara Katsuji picked up a walk as a pinch hitter in the top of the ninth inning. Katsuji is the son of Japanese professional baseball legend Kazuhiro Kiyohara. Attention was paid to whether he would play before the final.

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