After a 10-inning no-hitter, he’s left without a win.

Yomiuri Giants right-handed ace Shosei Dogo, 23, was disappointed that he couldn’t get any offensive support. He started against the Junichi Dragons on Aug. 8 and pitched a no-hitter into the 10th inning. He took the mound with the game tied 0-0.

The game ended in a 0-0 tie in the 12th inning. Yomiuri’s offense was scattered with five hits.

He threw a whopping 140 pitches against 35 batters, striking out 11. He pitched a near-perfect game, allowing just three hits and two walks.

In the top of the first, he walked Bright Genta to load the bases. He then struck out Orlando Calixte and Seiya Hosokawa at third and fourth on swinging strikes and a fly ball to right field to end the inning. After back-to-back strikeouts in the second and third innings, he gave up a leadoff triple to No. 2 Bright in the top of the fourth. With the bases loaded, the cleanup trio of No. 3-5 retired the side in order.

Retired back-to-back batters in the fifth and sixth innings. Gave up his second hit in the top of the seventh, a double to No. 7 Takuya Kinoshita.

Takuya Kinoshita in the seventh. Retired nine straight batters with five strikeouts in the top of the 10th. After giving up an infield single to Kinoshita, he got pinch-hitter Shunta Goto to fly out to right field to end the inning. He threw 123 pitches through the ninth and took the mound in the 10th for a no-hitter.

While Dogo pitched, the Yomiuri bats were locked down. In the bottom of the 10th inning of extra innings, with runners on first and second and nobody out, No. 4 Kazuma Okamoto’s well-hit ball was caught in the dirt by Chunichi third baseman Takaya Ishikawa.

Dogo hasn’t added a win since his 10th of the season on Aug. 3 against the Yakult Swallows. In the previous two games, he failed to complete five innings. He gave up six runs in 4 1/3 innings against the Hanshin Tigers on Aug. 25 and five runs in four innings against the Yokohama BayStars on Sept. 1.

I pitched a perfect game, but the bats didn’t help me. This is baseball, where you can throw 10 scoreless innings and still not get the win.바카라사이트

In 21 games this season, he’s 10-5 with a 2.77 ERA, second in the Central League and first on the team in wins. All

He’s thrown three complete games and one shutout this season. In March, he helped Japan win the World Baseball Classic (WBC).

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