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    Japanese school team hit for 66 runs in two innings

    Apr 17, 10:17 am EDT

    TOKYO, April 17 (Reuters) - A Japanese high school pleaded for a regional game to be abandoned after surrendering 66 runs in less than two innings, local media reported on Thursday.

    The coach of Kawamoto technical high school threw in the towel to spare his pitcher’s arm with his team losing 66-0 with just one batter out in the bottom of the second.

    The hapless hurler had already sent down over 250 pitches, allowing 26 runs in the first inning and 40 in the second before Kawamoto asked for mercy.

    “At that pace the pitcher would have thrown around 500 pitches in four innings,” Kawamoto’s coach was quoted as saying. “There was a danger he could get injured.”

    Opponents Shunshukan were officially credited with a 9-0 victory, giving the scoreline a tinge of respectability for the luckless Kawamoto school. (Writing by Alastair Himmer; Editing by Justin Palmer)
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  • #2
    Quote Dustah -

    250 pitches - Hell I used to make Kerry and Mark warm up with 500 before they went to the mound.

    That kids a wuss
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    • #3
      That must be quite a defense on that high school team. Pretty hard for that many balls not to be accidently hit right to someone
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