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HITS

 

ACT 1

 

Spring Tournament - Tokyo Metropolitan Tournament (Quarterfinals)

                                                     

Ichidaisan High vs. Seidou High

10-16

Seidou

8

 

4.0

8

?

?

?

 

5.0

2

?

?

?

                   

Tanba pitched from 1-4 and switched by Kawakami. Tanba was later stripped of Ace number. Sawamura and Furuya are not yet members.

Summer: 89th National High School Baseball Championship

   

Kantou Tournament Preliminaries

                                                   
   

Yokohama Kouhoku

                                                       

Yokohama Kouhoku Institute vs. Seidou High

6-?

Institute

20

 

7.0

6

?

?

?

                   

2.0

0

6

0

0

         

Tanba was the starter. Furuya debuted with 6 consecutive strikeouts. Although he was pitching high balls, the batters were overwhelmed by the pitch and swung. Sawamura is still on 2nd string.

Practice Matches

13.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

18.0

9

     

7.3

11

2

0

7

13

14

1

6

0

 
                                                           

Furuya pitched only once and removed because no first year can catch for him. Sawamura played from 2nd inning starting out as right fielder and from 5th inning to 8th as pitcher. Tanba pitched from

Seidou High - 1st Years vs. Upperclassmen

1-29

Seidou Upperclassmen

9-16

 

4.0

0

?

0

0

 

5.0

1

?

?

?

0.3

0

0

0

0

4.0

4

 

?

?

1-4 and Kawakami from 5-9.

Teito High vs. Seidou High

 

(?)

(?)

23-24

 

3.0

?

?

?

?

 

4.0

?

?

?

?

2.0

?

?

?

?

N/A

       

First String Practice game. Furuya tore his nail so he was replaced by Tanba in the middle of 2nd inning. He was banned to pitch for 2 weeks and told to run in 2nd string ground by Kataoka.

Komashiro High vs. Seidou High

 

(?)

(?)

23-24

 

N/A

         

N/A

       

N/A

       

2.0

7

0

?

?

Second String Practice game. Sawamura did not know about his "strong point" thinking it was control so his ball became weak and easy to hit. He got replaced in the middle of 2nd inning.

Asakurakita High vs. Seidou High

 

(?)

(?)

25

 

N/A

         

N/A

       

N/A

       

N/A

       

Second String Practice Game. It is not shown who pitched from 2nd string but it was not Sawamura.

                                                   

Last Second String Practice game. Sawamura finally formed battery with Chris. Sawamura used his new pitching form. He also accidentally managed to use 4 seam against Zaizen. Because of this

Kokushikan High vs. Seidou High

5-8

Seidou

27-36

 

N/A

         

N/A

       

N/A

       

3.0

0

1

6

0

game, Sawamura is moved to first string along with Haruicchi.

                                                   

First Practice Match right after the Training Camp. Furuya is starter (1-5) and Sawamura is closer. Kiryu batters are not swinging on Furuya's high balls resulting to lots of walks. In inning 5, he started

                                                   

to stabilize and strike out the ace/cleanup. This is debut of Sawamura to play as first string, and also first time to form battery with Miyuki in a game. Sawamura is tested by Kataoka if his fastball is

Osaka Kiryu High vs. Seidou High

14-7

Osaka Kiryu High

44 - 53

N/A

N/A

5.0

11

2

?

7

4.0

3

?

?

?

effective in an official match. Coach of Kiryu acknowledged Furuya and Sawamura (leaning more on Sawamura thinking he might be his true secret weapon). He said if Sawamura gain stable control

he will be an impressive pitcher. Later that night, Kuramochi asked Miyuki of his opinion about Sawamura's pitching. Miyuki said that his pitching is never lousy but he has lots to learn regarding control

                                                   

and fielding same as Furuya. Because of this, he think that if he did not improve, Sawamura is impossible to be the main pitcher in a tournament. Kuramochi feels the same.

                                                   

Kawakami pitched the whole inning. Inashiro did not let their best players play same as Seido so as not to reveal any info to their rival. The 8 runs recorded is up to 8th inning. No record is shown for

Inashiro Industrial vs. Seidou High

8-4

Inashiro Industrial

54

 

N/A

         

9.0

8

?

?

?

N/A

       

N/A

       

the last inning.

Shuuhoku High vs. Seidou High

 

(?)

no results

56-58

 

6.0

0

?

?

?

 

N/A

       

N/A

       

N/A

       

This is the first time Tanba used forkball in the game. Tanba was accidentally hit on the chin by a pitched ball ending the game (just when he is about being recognized as the team's ace)

Official Matches: 89th National High School Baseball Championship

 

9.0

2

4

5

5

0

0

0

0

0

7.3

4

3

1

2

16.4

5

15

1

2

11.0

4

1

5

1

 
                                                           

Pitcher relay is Furuya (1-3) > Sawamura (4) > Kawakami (5). Furuya got strikeouts as the batters keep swinging to his high balls. Sawamura got 1 balk and 2 four balls. This game, Sawamura used for

Maimon West High vs. Seidou High

0-17

Seidou

63-67

 

N/A

         

1.0

0

3

0

0

3.0

0

9

0

0

1.0

0

0

3

?

the first his 4 seam fastball taught by Chris. Game ended after 5th inning as called game.

Puplic Murata East High vs. Seidou High

0-10

Seidou

68-69

 

N/A

         

1.0

0

?

?

?

4.0

0

?

?

?

N/A

       

Pitcher relay is Furuya (1-4) > Kawakami (5). Called game after 5th round. Furuya is mentioned to have "mostly" strikeouts.

                                                   

Pitcher relay is Furuya (1-4) > Sawamura (4-7) > Kawakami (8-9). Batters are not swinging on Furuya's highballs resulting in lots of walks. Miyuki made him use split finger fastball for the first time in an

                                                   

Offical Game to loosen his strength. after 2 walks, he got 2 strike outs. Shunshin decided to go for a hit and got 2 runs.Total of 24 pitches in 1st inning with 3 strike outs, 2 walks, 1 hit and 2 runs. 2nd

Akikawa Academy vs. Seidou High

2-7

Seidou

73-88

N/A

2.0

0

?

?

?

3.7

2

?

?

?

3.3

0

0

?

?

inning - 2 runners (probably walks). At the 4th inning, Sawamura was called after one batter gets on base (4 balls). This is the game when Furuya didn't want to leave the mound and Miyuki said to

Furuya to get off the mound already because his balls are just getting higher and even his splitter is losing power, Sawamura said to leave the rest to him, and Furuya saying Sawamura is pissing him off (2x). The night before the game, Kataoka tested Sawamura's ability(strong heart) to do the incourse. This is the first time for Sawamura as relief with a runner behind him.

                                                   

Pitcher relay is Furuya (1-2) > Sawamura (2-6) > Kawakami (6) > Tanba (7-9). First batter is Raichi. Batters were aiming for Furuya's high balls. Furuya used slide step which Miyuki taught him to lower his pitches by prioritizing control over power. He was in good condition and even struck a home run once. Despite this, he was relieved early (after 1 rotation) and put on the left field on 2nd inning. On Sawamura's turn, it is Raichi's turn and at first pitch, it seemed he wanted to fight it out with him (ignoring Miyuki's mitt location) so Miyuki threw back a missile to signify his displeasure and makes

Sawamura more serious and obedient. For the out, Miyuki called for 4seamer to the inside which jammed Raichi. Sawamura himself caught it. This is the game when Sawamura met with Sanada (who

Yakushi High vs. Seidou High

5-8

Seidou

97-120

1.3

0

2

0

1

2.3

2

?

?

?

1.7

1

?

?

?

3.7

2

?

1

?

became like his model both in pitching and how to be an ace) He learned how a pitcher should act after he was hit. It is interesting to note that in Furuya's turn, Kataoka relieved him even though he

was in good condition but with Sawamura, he trusted and let him pitch more. Unfortunately, Raichi took a 2 runs homerun from him. Although it was noted by Miyuki that his pitch was good and that the run is because of his wrong call and the ability of the batter. After Raichi, Sawamura got 1 hit and 1 walk. In Kawakami's turn, he avoided Raichi by giving 4 balls. He was definitely out of shape and later subbed by Tanba. This is the first time Tanba appeared in a match this season. In the last inning, Furuya got relieved from the left field hence cannot return to the mound.Tanba struck out Raichi (who was overwhelmed by pressure of team's expectation) by a Forkball.

                                                   

Pitcher relay is Tanba (1-5) > Sawamura (6-?> Kawakami. In the first inning that Sawamura pitched (6th), Sawamura gave up 2 hits, 1 walk on balls. He struck out Maki, unconsciously throwing a

Sensen Academy vs. Seidou High

3-8

Seidou

124-133

 

5.0

1

?

?

?

 

1.0

1

?

?

?

N/A

       

1.0

1

?

?

?

Cross-fire with a Cross-step form as he step too close into his body. Miyuki notes later that wasn't only a typical Cross-fire, Sawamura's flexible body and joint made the pitch breaks near the plate,

unknowingly producing a natural Cutter.

                                                   

Pitcher relay is Furuya (1-4) > Tanba (5-7) > Sawamura (7-9)> Kawakami (9). Starting 5th inning, Furuya is sent to left field. On his first batter, Tanba gave a meatball fastball that resulted to homerun.

                                                   

This result to his unstable pitching and pressure that caused his legs to cramp. Sawamura came to relief and struck out Mei wiith 3 incourse pitches. First time for Sawamura to pitch the Cutter in an

Seidou High vs. Inashiro Industrial

4-5

Inashiro Industrial

149-191

2.7

1

2

5

4

0.0

1

0

1

2

4.0

2

6

1

2

2.0

1

1

1

1

Official game which resulted to double play. Last inning, he got 2 outs but because of the pressure, he accidentally hit Shirakawa on the head causing him to be broken and retired from the mound.

Miyuki signaled Kataoka for the sub and Kawakami replaced Eijun. Designated runner Carlos constantly putted pressure on Kawakami and with full count, Kawakami walked the 3rd hole. Harada hit

brought Carlos home tying the game and Mei closed out the game with a long outfield hit to the right.

ERA before Fall

4.4

4.45

5.60

6.75

 

Fall

 

Practice Matches

                   

11.0

4

0

7

5

24.0

0

15

2

2

10.0

7

0

2

5

 

Seitama Sakai vs. Seidou High

0-3

Seidou

199

 

N/A

         

N/A

       

7.0

0

9

?

?

2.0

0

?

?

?

Pitching relay Furuya (1-7), Sawamura (8-9). This is a the first of the double header game.

Seitama Sakai vs. Seidou High

 

?

Seitama

199

 

N/A

         

5.0

?

?

7

5

N/A

       

N/A

       

Kawakami gave up 7 walks and 5 hits which indicates he is not in good condition. Only the 5th inning was mentioned, hence the incomplete data.

Kaiyou High vs. Seidou High

 

(?)

Seidou

201

 

N/A

         

N/A

       

5.0

0

?

?

?

4.0

1

?

1

1

Pitching relay Furuya (1-5), Sawamura (6-9)

Chiba Shoudai High vs. Seidou High

2-6

Seidou

206

 

N/A

         

N/A

       

5.0

0

?

?

?

4.0

2

?

?

?

Pitching relay Furuya (1-5), Sawamura (6-9) Sawamura showed signs of his yips.

Arita High vs. Seidou High

 

(?)

Seidou

207

 

N/A

         

5.0

1.0

?

?

?

N/A

       

N/A

       

Pitching relay Nori (1-5), then Kawashima and Kaneda. No other record is available.

                                                   

Pitching relay Furuya (1-6 then sent to left field), Sawamura (7 later relieved by Furuya) Kawakami (8) Sawamura asked to relieve from 5th inning but was told by Kataoka of his duty as a relief pitcher

Yakushi High vs. Seidou High

7-2

Yakushi High

208-218

 

N/A

         

1.0

3

?

?

?

7.0

0

6

2

2

0.0

4

0

1

4

(confirming that he is not chosen ace). Todoroki got 2 run homerun from him. Sawamura showed signs of his yips and thrown wild pitches. Furuya was returned to the mound with still runners from 2nd

and 3rd base. Kawakami apparently pitched in the 8th inning and 3 runs is recorded. Later after the game, Sawamura is confirmed to have yips and was told to have a separate training, not touching

the balls.

Block Games

                         

11.0

0

     

13.0

4

12

3

1

           

Seidou High vs. Toyosaki High

6-1

Seidou

221

 

N/A

         

3.0

0

?

?

?

6.0

0

?

?

?

N/A

       

Pitching relay Furuya (1-7), Kawakami (7-9)

                                                   

It seemed Furuya pitched all 7 innings. It was a called game. It was mentioned by Miyuki that his pitch count is too high and he walked the batters too much. In this chapter, Chris taught Sawamura

Seidou High vs. Metropolitan Mino

8-1

Seidou

224

 

N/A

         

N/A

       

7.0

0

12

?

?

N/A

       

(Miyuki asked him) about out low pitches.

                                                   

Furuya was the starter. He said he felt good in the bullpen but later in the game, in the first inning, he walked the first 3 batters. He was relieved by Kawakami and put in the left field. He gave up a run

Seidou High vs. Seishou Academy

6-4

Seidou

225

 

N/A

                 

8.0

0

?

?

?

0.0

4

0

3

1

N/A

       

(who was put in the base by Furuya), and pitched well until the end.

Intrasquad

     

9.0

3

               

7.0

2

 

1

 

10.0

3

10

5

9

6.0

1

0

0

7

 
                                                           

This is the retirement game the 3rd years requested to be pushed earlier after they learned of Kataoka's resignation. Tanba is the starter for the 3rd years. Pitchng relay is Furuya (1-5) > Kawakami (6-

Seidou High Retired 3rd years vs. current members

4-3

Seidou 3rd years

228-236

 

9.0

3

       

3.0

1

?

1

?

5.0

2

5

1

3

1.0

0

0

0

0

8) and Sawamura (9->>). In Sawamura's turn, with Chris as the pinch hitter first batter, Sawamura learned about pitching focusing everything on his fingertips. This made his pitches sharp. Chris was

jammed and out. He did not gave up any run on his inning. The game ended with a tie but the coach called for extra innings (up to 14) Sawamura pitched until the end, giving up only 1 run.

                                                   

Sawamura pitches for 2nd string team. Furuya tests out his new Slurve. He pitched a good 1st Slurve but couldn't follow it up ended up walking Ono. After couple of failed attempts at the Slurve, Miyuki

Seidou High A Team + Ochiai vs. B Team + Kataoka

7-2

Seidou A Team

319-325

 

N/A

         

4.0

1

?

?

?

5.0

1

5

4

6

5.0

1

?

0

7

switched back to the Straight fastball tactic. Nabe recorded datas on all 3 pitchers and pointed out their weaknesses. Furuya's starting game is still shaky and his control needs more work. Sawamura's

changeup are still high and is targeted by Left-handed batters. Kawakami's performance wasn't as good as the score displayed and his Sinker needs more refinement.

Official Matches: Fall Tokyo Metropolitan Tournament

                     

6.0

4.0

3.0

2.0

6.0

22.3

11.0

9.0

5.0

19.0

24.7

5.0

13.0

3.0

14.0

 

Seidou High vs. Teitou High

3-2

Seidou

   

N/A

         

1.0

1

?

?

?

6.3

1

2

3

5

2.7

0

2

0

1

Relay order: Furuya (1 - 6) - Sawamura (6 - 8) - Kawakami (9). Sawamura only pitches outcourse

Seidou High vs. Nanamori Gakuen

11-0

Seidou

   

N/A

         

N/A

       

N/A

       

5.0

0

1

2

?

Sawamura's first time starting. Revival of the incourse. Called game at 5 innings. 5 scoreless innnings by Sawamura

Seidou High vs. Ugumori High

8-7

Seidou

   

N/A

         

N/A

       

8.0

7

4

2

9

1.0

0

0

0

1

Relay order: Furuya (1 - 8) - Sawamura (9)

                                                   

Sawamura's full game pitch count: 109 pitches - first pitcher in Seidou to pitch full 9 innings. Sawamura's first time using the Changeup in a real game. Also started to improve the velocity on his fastball

Seidou High vs. Ouya Metropolitan

6-2

Seidou

   

N/A

         

N/A

       

N/A

       

9.0

2

5

1

3

thanks to his improved feel on the fingers after learning the Changeup

Seidou High vs. Seiko High

6-5

Seidou

   

N/A

         

0.3

0

1

0

0

7.0

3

2

?

5

2.7

2

1

0

4

Relay order: Furuya (1 - 7), Sawamura (8 - 9.2), Kawakami (9.3). Game tied in 9th inning. In 10th inning, Miyuki hit a walk-off homerun.

                                                   

Relay order: Kawakami (1 - 4), Sawamura (4 - 8), Furuya (9).Sawamura lost 1 run in the inning he is subbed in run but due to the runner being putted on base by Kawakami, the run isn't counted.

Seidou High vs. Yakushi High

5-4

Seidou

368-

 

N/A

         

4.7

3

2

2

6

1.0

0

1

0

0

4.3

1

4

0

5

Sawamura jammed both Raichi and Sanada when he faced them the first time in the match but still lost base hits to them. Sawamura then struck both Raichi and Sanada out on their next rotation

                                                   

through the use of Changeup - Fastball combination.

ERA for Fall Tourney

           

6.00

6.0

     

4.43

22.3

     

1.82

 

24.7

     

Meiji Jingu Baseball Tournament

                   

4.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

2.0

4.0

0.0

0.0

1.0

4.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

 

Seidou High vs. Minou High

7-3

Seidou

412.2

 

N/A

                 

?

?

?

?

?

1

?

?

?

?

?

?

?

?

?

No data. Sawamura said he will be pitching the whole inning but no other record was shown.

Seidou High vs. Tsurumigakoa

6-2

Seidou

412.3

 

N/A

                 

4

?

?

?

?

1.0

1

?

?

?

4.0

?

?

?

?

Pitcher relay Kawakami (1-4) > Sawamura (5-8) > Furuya (9)

                                                           

Pitcher relay Sawamura > Furuya. No data which inning Furuya relieved but it was him who gave up the run for the team that made them lose. It was said to be because of mistake between the battery

Seidou High vs. Houmei High

3-4

Houmei

412.3

 

N/A

         

N/A

       

?

3

?

?

1

?

?

?

?

?

Ono and Furuya.

ERA after Fall

2.31

2.78

2.62

TOTAL

42.0

19

4

5

5

69.3

25

6

11

13

97.0

38

69

16

41

68.7

31

15

16

27

ERA for ACT 1

4.07

3.25

3.52

4.06

ACT 2

 

Spring: 84th National High School Baseball Invitational Tournament (Senbatsu)

   

Official Matches: 84th National High School Baseball Invitational Tournament

                   

3.0

2.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

21.7

4.0

21.0

0.0

4.0

2.3

1.0

0.0

1.0

2.0

 

Seidou High vs. Houmei High

5-2

Seidou

   

N/A

         

N/A

       

6.7

1

10

?

?

2.3

1

?

1

2

Relay order: Furuya (1 - 7) - Sawamura (7 - 9)

Seidou High vs. Nihon Shouno

7-3

Seidou

   

N/A

         

3.0

2

     

6.0

1

?

?

?

N/A

       

Relay order: Furuya (1 - 6) - Kawakami (7 - 9)

                     

N/A

       

9.0

2

11

?

4

N/A

       

Furuya pitched over 120 pitches; however, Seidou was completely shut-out by Komadai's Ace Hongou Masamune. If Miyuki did not scored a Single hit, the game could have been a "No-hitter Shut-out"

Seidou High vs. Komadai Fujimaki

0-2

Komadai

   

N/A

                                               

game.

Spring Tournament - Tokyo Metropolitan Tournament

                     

6.0

1.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

13.3

7.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

10.7

0.0

10.0

2.0

3.0

 

Seidou High vs. Eigen High

11

- 1

Seidou

   

NA

         

6.0

1

?

?

?

N/A

       

1.0

0

3

0

0

Relay order: Kawakami (1 - 6) - Sawamura (7). Sawamura threw 11 pitches, 2 were fouls so essentially no wasted pitch per batter

                                                   

Game was called by the 7th inning. Miyuki and Ochiai notes that Furuya showed an unstable pitching as he struggle through the innings while walking batters but Seidou big score gap was enough to

Seidou High vs. Houdai Ichi High

10

- 2

Seidou

23

 

NA

         

N/A

       

7.0

2

?

?

?

NA

       

make it a called game.

                                                   

Relay order: Sawamura (1 - 5) - Furuya (6 - 7) Sawamura pitched his second 5 innings shutout. First time Sawamura tried the "Numbers" in an actual game. As the number went up, he got 2 walk and

Seidou High vs. Kasuga Ichi High

8

- 0

Seidou

27-30

 

NA

         

N/A

       

2.0

0

?

?

?

5.0

0

7

2

3

1 deadball,. Sawamura said he has a good grip on the Number from 1 to 5 but the Numbers beyond 6 are still shaky with control. However, Eijun displayed his resilience and pulled through with 0

earned run. Furuya showed a better day of pitching according to Miyuki. The game ended with a called game.

                                                   

Relay order: Furuya (1 - 5) - Sawamura (5 - 8). Furuya again show an unstable pitching performance as he repeatedly walks batter since the first inning and barely scrap through in quite a few

                                                   

situations with big helps from the fielders. Adachi made a hit after Furuya walked the 5th batter and create a momentum for Ichidai. Furuya continued walking the next 2 batters, eventually the fielder

Seidou High vs. Ichidai san High

3 - 5

Ichidai San High

37-46

NA

N/A

4.3

5

?

5+

3+

4.7

0

2+

0

0

commited an error on Amahisa's hit and Ichidai capitalized on the swinging momentum to seize 5 points thanks to 2 hits from the top line-up and Furuya walking 2 following batters after Amahisa

making a full rotation for Ichidai. Sawamura replaced Furuya in the 5th inning with 1 out and bases loaded where he displayed perfect relief and struck out the Clean up crew (No. 4 & 5 batter) in 6 pitches saving Seidou from the pinch. However Sawamura's effort wasn't able to stop Ichidai from closing out the game as Seidou could only won 1 more point in the final 9th inning

ERA for Spring Tourney

1.50

4.73

0.00

 

Practice Matches

         

20

9

6

3

14

42.0

10.0

8.0

2.0

12.0

22.7

5.0

25.0

9.0

8.0

37.0

3.0

19.0

5.0

20.0

 
                                                           

Relay order for the 1st year: Kuki Youhei (1 - 2) - Asada hirofumi (3 - 5). They respectively cede 8 and 3 runs. Kawashima is the starter for the third years. Kawashima's numbers of strike out, walks and

Seidou High - 1st Years vs. Upperclassmen

3

- 15

Seidou Upperclassmen

53-58

           

4

1

1

1

2

N/A

       

N/A

       

N/A

       

hits are probably higher but we don't have the informations.

                                                           

Relay order: Furuya (1 - 7) - Kawashima (8 - 9). Furuya has 94 pitches. It was noted by Rei and Kataoka that his pitches are still going wild and the batters are swinging even for balls and this would not

Seidou vs. Yamaga

10

- 3

Seidou

64-65

           

2

2

?

?

?

N/A

       

7.0

1

10

2

3

N/A

       

be effective for national level teams.

Seidou (2nd string) vs. Keishuu

 

?

Seidou

65

           

N/A

       

N/A

       

N/A

       

N/A

         

Seidou vs. Daitou

8

- 2

Seidou

65

           

N/A

       

9.0

2

3

1

?

N/A

       

N/A

       

Kawakami has 125 pitches

Seidou (2nd string) vs. Ichidai Sakurai

 

?

Seidou

74

           

N/A

       

N/A

       

N/A

       

N/A

         

Seidou vs. Hakuryu

3

- 1

Seidou

66-75

           

N/A

       

N/A

       

N/A