Masahiro Tanaka, Rakuten, who scored his third win with four goals in six innings
Rakuten / Masahiro Tanaka, 3rd win is also "not worth it" 6th inning, 8 hits, 4 runs
If you write the contents roughly
The right of the winning pitcher rolled into Masahiro Tanaka.
For the first time, Balk for the first time in 14 years also said, "The timings overlap, and that's the way it is." ■ Rakuten 6-4 Seibu (23rd, Me ... → Continue reading
Wikipedia related words
If there is no explanation, there is no corresponding item on Wikipedia.
Winning pitcher(Shuritoshu,Winning pitcher) Isbaseball OfmatchInvictoryOUR TEAMResponsible pitcher.Winning pitcher(Kachitoshu),Official baseball rulesInWinning pitcherIs also described. Basically, the pitcher who contributed in terms of defense becomes the winning pitcher so that his team's score at a certain point becomes the final point.
Official baseball rules 9.17 determine the winning pitcher.
- If a pitcher takes the lead in an attack during pitching, or in an attack in which the pitcher is pitching or retreating in place of a pinch runner, and the lead is maintained until the end of the match, the pitcher wins. Become a pitcher.. (* "Pitching" means completing the last round (back) of the winning team if it is the first team, and completing the front of the winning round if it is the second team)
However, this does not apply in the following cases.
- The pitcherStarting pitcherIf, 5inningthat's all(Natural disasterEtcCold gameIf the winning team's defense is less than 6 innings, 4 innings) is not pitched.
- The pitcherRescue pitcherIn the case of, there are few pitching innings and it is not effective for victory, and it is judged that one of the pitchers who pitched subsequently pitched more effectively for victory.
According to 1. aboveWhen the starting pitcher who wins while pitching cannot become the winning pitcherIf there is only one relief pitcher, that pitcher will be the winning pitcher. If there are multiple relief pitchers, and if there is a pitcher with one or more innings more than the other pitchers, that relief pitcher will be the winning pitcher. If the pitching innings are the same or the difference is less than 1 inning, the most effective pitching is said.Official record clerkMakes one pitcher the winning pitcher.. At this time, if two or more pitchers make equally effective pitches, the pitcher who pitches first will be the winning pitcher in principle..
Of 2. aboveIf you win while the relief pitcher is pitchingBecomes a winning pitcher unconditionally if the pitcher's pitching innings are 1 or more innings However, if the pitching inning is less than 1 inning and 2 runs or more including the runner left by the predecessor pitcher, in principle, the pitcher cannot be the winning pitcher. ..Therefore, in that case, the same rules as in 1. above are applied, and if there is only one successor pitcher, that pitcher will be the winning pitcher.If there are multiple pitchers, if there is a pitcher with one or more innings more than other pitchers, the relief pitcher will be the winning pitcher.If the pitching innings are the same or the difference is less than 1 inning, the most effective pitching is said.Official record clerkThe one pitcher judged by is the winning pitcher. At this time, if two or more pitchers make equally effective pitches, the pitcher who pitches first will be the winning pitcher in principle.
Apart from the above, in Nippon Professional Baseball, the winning pitcher in the all-star game and the open game is the pitcher who pitched at the time when the team scored the final winning point in principle regardless of starting pitcher or relief according to 9.17 (e). Is the winning pitcher.
In both cases 1 and 2, the winning pitcher's decision is treated as if the match had started anew when they scored the same during the match (Defeated pitcherIs the same). When the starting pitcher left the pitch while holding the lead and the relief pitcher scored and the team came up to the same score (or was reversed), the announcer said that the right of the winning pitcher disappeared, such as on baseball TV broadcast. I may say, but this is because the pitcher who was pitching before the time when the tie was caught up (or reversed) cannot become the winning pitcher.
Goodbye gameIn the case of, the last pitcher who pitched in the final round table (or the extended round table) is unconditionally the winning pitcher.Also, if the first team finishes the back of the last inning or the extra inning while maintaining the lead, the pitcher who was throwing until just before that will become the winning pitcher.Especially in these cases, a single out can be a winning pitcher, and the small number of balls can be talked about (such as "one-ball winning pitcher").
As a rarer example, a runner who was already on base at the time of pitchingCheck ballOut, orStealIf you make a mistake and finish the inning and win with the attack immediately after, you can become a winning pitcher without completing the match against any batter.In the past in Nippon Professional Baseball2 casesis there.In addition, it is possible to become a winning pitcher without throwing at all to the batter (for example, pitching in the scene of two deaths and first base, and before throwing the first ball to the batter, the first base runnerCheck ballIf you put it out, and the final score comes in after the attack). this0 ball victoryIt is,Major league baseball (MLB)2003May 5ToBaltimore Orioles OfBJ Ryan Detroit TigersIt is recorded in the battle. In Japan professional baseball, 0-ball victory has not been recorded yet.
In a match that has been completed as an official match, one of the pitchers of the winning team will always be the winning pitcher, and there will be no “no winning pitcher”. However, if the match violates the rules of the winning team,Confiscation gameIf the win and the loss are reversed, the record of the winning pitcher and the losing pitcher of the match is canceled. In addition, it is not recorded if the match is forfeited while the injured team is in the lead.
Especially the victory recorded by the starting pitcherFirst win(Senpa Tsushouri), especially for the victory recorded by the relief pitcherRescue victorySay (Kyushu). The number of wins for a pitcher is generally the sum of both.
Being a winning pitcher is basically a positive factor, but not always in the case of a rescue victory. In particular, if a win is recorded for a pitcher (such as a set upper or closer) who pitches in a winning pattern, it may be caused by eliminating the starter's win, that is, by being caught or reversed by a tie. Since there are many, it can also be an indicator of some sort of rescue failure (of course, there are times when the team can win by reversing after pitching a tie or a close margin, and not all are the result of a failure to rescue).
PrewarThere was an ambiguous part in the recognition of the winning pitcher, and the record was sometimes attached at the discretion of the official recording staff.Victor Starhin The1939Recorded 42 wins in the season, but there are two cases in which Starffin did not become the winning pitcher after the war. Yes, it was once corrected to 40 wins. However1961ToKazuhisa InaoA controversy arose when he recorded 42 wins in the season, and the following year, a commissioner ruling was issued that "the judgment of the official record keeper at that time should be respected even if there is a strange part when seen later", Re-corrected to the original 42 wins. Even in MLBCharles Radbourne 1884About 60 wins in the season, achieved in the same yearMay 7In the game, he kept 6 innings from 9 to 4 innings without any runs, but since he pitched in a situation where his allies led after the 6th inning, it was decided that the starting pitcher would win the star (this). In the example, the record of the winning pitcher was kept at the discretion of the scorer), and there is also a document that says 59 wins.
Japanese professional baseball
- Record at end of 2020 season
|Ranking||Player name||Club||victory||Record year||Remarks|
|1||V. Starhin||Tokyo Giants Army||42||1939|
|Kazuhisa Inao||Nishitetsu Lions||1961||Pacific League Records|
|3||Jiro Noguchi||Ocean Army||40||1942|
|4||Shigeo Sanada||Shochiku Robins||39||1950||SE League Record|
|5||Hiroshi Suda||Tokyo Giants Army||38||1940|
|Tadashi Sugiura||Nankai Hawks||1959|
|7||Kazuhisa Inao||Nishitetsu Lions||35||1957|
|Hiroshi Gondo||Chunichi Dragons||1961||NPB rookie record|
|9||Hideo Fujimoto||Tokyo Giants Army||34||1943|
|10||Jiro Noguchi||Tokyo Senator||33||1939|
|Jiro Noguchi||Wing army||1940|
|Takehiko Bessho||Yomiuri Giants||1952|
|Kazuhisa Inao||Nishitetsu Lions||1958|
|Shoichi Ono||Mainichi Daiei Orions||1960|
- Record at end of 2019 season
Consecutive victory record
|Ranking||Player name||Record||start date||End date|
|Ranking||Player name||Club||Record||Record year|
Starter victory record
Relief victory record
The number of rescue wins out of the total number of wins.
One-ball winning pitcher
|Player name||Club||Record date||Opponent||Remarks|
|G. Mikens||Kintetsu||1963/8/21||南海||First in the history of Japanese professional baseball,Pacific LeagueFirst|
|Eiji Bando||Chunichi||1966/8/26||巨人||SE LeagueFirst, first Japanese|
|Eiji Ochiai||Chunichi||1999/7/11||Hanshin||Record 1 ball loss, 1 ball save, 1 ball hold|
|Takahiro Yamazaki||Lotte||2001/5/29||Daiei||First and only professional victory|
|Mitsutaka Goto||Seibu||2001/7/27||Nippon Ham||Professional first victory|
|Masaki Hayashi||Hiroshima||2003/10/12||Yakult||Professional first victory|
|Ken Yamasaki||Lotte||2005/6/11||Chunichi||Sep-pa exchange battle first|
|Shintaro Ejiri||Nippon Ham||2007/8/12||Seibu|
|C. Nichousky||Softbank||2007/9/7||Oryx||First victory in Japan, record for the first time in Japan and the United States|
|Masato Kobayashi||Chunichi||2009/4/24||巨人||Recorded a two-ball victory in the same year|
|Akio Shimizu||Oryx||2009/8/25||Nippon Ham|
|Yuya Ishii||Nippon Ham||2011/8/8||Rakuten||Recorded a two-ball victory in the same month|
|Hiroki Yamamura||Rakuten||2011/8/25||Nippon Ham|
|Keisuke Tanimoto||Nippon Ham||2012/5/20||Hiroshima|
|Mizuki Tsuchida||巨人||2014/6/15||Rakuten||Professional first victory|
|Takayama Yokoyama||Rakuten||2014/8/30||Softbank||First victory for professional pitching and the only victory for professionals, achieved without leaving the batter out|
|Kimito||Rakuten||2016/6/25||Softbank||The second time in total and the second time in the season is the first Japanese professional baseball|
|Hiroya Shimamoto||Hanshin||2016/7/24||Hiroshima||Professional first victory|
|Satoshi Satoshi||Lotte||2019/3/29||Rakuten||Opening game first|
Starting pitcher who became a winning pitcher with a pitch less than 5 innings
- Yoshi Enohara(Everyday) --July 1950, 7, Nishitetsu match, 16 goal in 4 innings
- Heichi Sato(Everyday) --October 1950, 10, Nishitetsu match, no runs in 19 innings
- Takeo Hoshino(Everyday) --April 1951, 4, Kintetsu match, 10 times 4/2 3 goals
- Fumio Fujimura(Osaka)-Oct. 1951, 10, no match against the Pacific Ocean, four times
- Toshiaki Ogata(Tokyu) --May 1952, 5, Nishitetsu match, no runs in 5 innings
- Hiroshi Shimizu(Everyday)-September 1952, 9, Daiei War, 23 run for 4 innings
- (Nishitetsu)-July 1954, 7, Toei battle, no run for 21 times
- Abe Hachiro(Hankyu)-August 1954, 8, Nankai battle, 11 runs 4 goal
The following are all related gamesCold gameWhat became.
- Tadashi Sugimoto(Seibu)-August 1981, 8, Nankai battle, 22 times 4/1 3 points
- Yasumitsu Shibata(Seibu)-Nippon Ham's match against October 1982nd, 10, 2 runs 4/0 3 goals
- Keisaburo Tanoue(Daiei)-October 1997, 10, Seibu battle, 4 runs 4 goals
- Hidetaka Kawagoe(Oryx)-May 2000, 5, Kintetsu match, 9 runs 4/0 3 goals
- Hiroyuki Sekine(Nippon Ham)-August 2000, 8, Orix game, 22 runs 4 goal
- Ariel Miranda(Softbank)-May 2019, 5, Nippon Ham's match, 19 runs in 4 runs
Winning pitcher of 0 batter
A player who became a winning pitcher without finishing the match with the batter.
- Masahide Kobayashi(Lotte)-July 2000, 7, against Orix
- He pitched in the 8th tie and ORIX second base. batterHirofumi OgawaThe second ball to was suddenly thrown, and of the first runner who saw itIchiroWas aiming for third base, but the catcherShimizu MasamiIt became a touch-out on the third baseball (this is the end of ORIX's attack). Immediately afterwards, Lotte won 1 point andBrian WarrenKobayashi became the first pitcher to win 0 batters in NPB history as he pitched and won the match..
- Kentaro Kuko(Yakult)-May 2014, 5, Battle of Hanshin
- Equally tied 8 times and pitched at the second base of Hanshin. batterTakashi ToritaniI pitched 4 balls to theYamatoWas running out of the first base, and he was restrained and out (this is the end of Hanshin's attack). Immediately afterwards, Yakult overcame four points, nine timesTetsuya YamamotoWas pitched and won the match as it was, and Kuko became the first pitcher to win 0 in the league..
Major league baseball
- Record at end of 2017 season
|Ranking||Player name||Club||victory||Record year||Remarks|
|1||Jack Chessbro||New York Highlanders||41||1904||A leagueRecord|
|2||Ed Walsh||Chicago White Sox||40||1908|
|3||Christy matthewson||New York Giants||37||1908||National LeagueRecord|
|4||Walter johnson||Washington Senators||36||1913|
|5||Joe McGuinity||New York Giants||35||1904|
|6||Smokey Joe Wood||Boston Red Sox||34||1912|
|7||Sai Young||Boston Americans||33||1901|
|Christy matthewson||New York Giants||1904|
|Walter johnson||Washington Senators||1912|
|Pete Alexander||Philadelphia Phillies||1916|
- Targets records since 1901
Reference records before 1900
- John Clarkson: 53 wins (1885)
- Charles Radbourne: 60 wins (1884) *There is also a theory that 59 wins
- Guy Hecker: 52 wins (1884)
- Eisa Brainard: 65 wins (1869) *There are various opinions about the number of wins
0 ball victory
- Nick Altlock(Chicago White Sox)-1906, date unknown
- BJ Ryan(Baltimore Orioles)-May 2003, 5,Detroit Tigers(I.e.
- ^ Baseball rules detailed rules Interpretation of baseball rules application 16
- ^ Official Baseball Rules 9.17 [Original Note]
- ^ "[Recorder column] I thought about the" opener "from the perspective of recording." --NPB.jp Nippon Professional Baseball * As shown in the example in the text, when a relief pitcher who threw one or more innings wins while climbing, even if there is a relief pitcher who throws an inning longer than that pitcher, he wins while climbing. The pitcher is the winning pitcher
- ^ Baseball rules detailed rules Interpretation of baseball rules application 17
- ^ Official Baseball Rules 9.17 (e)
- ^ Both startersTeruzo NakaoAlthough he threw more than 5 innings, and the giant took the lead while climbing Nakao, and the giant kept the lead and won, the relief pitcher Starhin, not the starting player Nakao, was the winning pitcher.
- ^ NPB total victory record -NPB.jp Japan Baseball Organization (updated daily during the season)
- ^ NPB season victory record -NPB.jp Japan Baseball Organization
- ^ From the 2021 Blue Book except for Fujimura.The reason is said to be "special case"
- ^ "[July 2000] 12 (Hei XNUMX) Sunday when something happens "Win and Run" Masahide Kobayashi, first rare record". Day-turn professional baseball. Sponichi Annex (July 2009, 7). As of July 2, 2009オ リ ジ ナ ルMore archives.2018/1/1Browse.
- ^ Kuko, the first pitcher to win with XNUMX batters "I'm sorry"
- ^ Total Record (MLB) (Baseball-Reference.com)
- ^ Season Record (MLB) (Baseball-Reference.com)
- ^ It is said that the teammates hit a good-bye by hitting a goodbye ball after pitching at the base of the 9th inning and basing on a first-running second base and outing one of the runners with a check ball.