10 seconds and 28 seconds from first base to home, God’s run… There was a hidden credit for the Japanese battle  

It was the speed of God. 

The WBC Japan team advanced to the finals with a dramatic victory in the semifinal match against Mexico.

In the match against Mexico held in Miami on the 21st, Japan was behind 4-5, and in the bottom of the 9th inning, with no outs and 1st and 2nd bases, Munetaka Murakami’s timely hit to the left center led to a come-from-behind lead to finish 6-5. The knight was revived dramatically from the brink of sinking. 

After trailing 0-3, Masataka Yoshida leveled the game with a tying 3-pointer. Again, Mexico seemed to have a chance to win by scoring two points. Japan chased after a run in the 8th inning and overturned the game in the fateful 9th ​​inning. 온라인바카라

Leading batter Shohei Ohtani hit a double in left-center to turn on the come-from-behind mode. Yoshida, who has the best sense of hitting in the Japanese national team, got a walk and got 1st and 2nd base safely. 

Murakami, who entered the at-bat, was just a strikeout-strikeout-strikeout-third base foul fly ball. However, with the ball count 1-1, Murakami hit Giovanni Gallegos’ fastball lightly in the middle and hit his left-middle wall. 

At this moment, the hidden contributor to the reversal drama appeared. It was Ukyo Shuto (27. Softbank Hawks) who started as Yoshida’s runner-up. It was a ball that hit the fence, and the opposing center fielder caught it right away and threw it. Second base runner Ohtani’s score was natural, but first base runner’s score was ambiguous. 

However, Shuto followed closely behind Ohtani with a gust of wind. After Ohtani hit home, he hit home just one second later.

The time it took for Shooto to hit home from first base was only 10.28 seconds. In particular, he was 3.08 seconds from stepping on third base to home. It was a tremendous main force of 9.3m per second. 

Shuto, a former training player, became the king of stolen bases and holds a world record of stealing bases in 13 consecutive games. He compiled 118 steals over four years, including winning the title with 50 steals in the 2020 season. 

He was selected for the national team to be appointed as a substitute, and led the team to the final by scoring a come-from-behind finish at the crucial moment. He was the proud protagonist of the narrative of the great war. /sunny@osen.co.kr

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