Batter Munetaka Murakami hits professional baseball record for first time in 41 years with three steals in one inning

Batter Munetaka Murakami hits professional baseball record for first time in 41 years with 3 steals in 1 inning November 5 at 9:57 p.m.

Professional baseball Yakult player Munetaka Murakami scored three steals in one inning against Hanshin on the night of the 5th.

Murakami started the game against Hanshin at Koshien Stadium on the 5th at No.4 and first base, hit a hit in front of Wright in the first at-bat of the second inning, and scored a steal to second base.

After this, I decided to double steal with the first base runner and steal it to third base.

In addition, Hanshin pitcher Yuki Nishi made a successful home steal with a smassing to second base, and this time, he marked his third steal.

The three steals in one inning were the third in 67 years in the SE League and the 12th since 1950, when the league became a two-league system, in line with the professional baseball record for the first time in 41 years.

Murakami has been attracting attention for his batting, as he finished second in the RBI league until the 4th of this season in his third year.

On the other hand, the number of steals was eight this season until the 4th, and it was 13 in the professional total.