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"eBASEBALL Pro League" 2020 season e Pennant Race ends! It was that team that won the heated game!

「eBASEBALL プロリーグ」2020シーズンeペナントレース終了!白熱した試合を制したのはあのチームだった!

The Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB) andKonami Digital Entertainment co-host the " eBASEBALL Pro League," a professional baseball e-sports league using the " Powerful Pro Base ball" series, a milestone in baseball games.
Professional players representing the 12 teams of the Central League and Pacific League are divided into the Central League and Pacific League to compete for the top spot in Japan, just like in actual professional baseball.
The "eBASEBALL Pro League" has completed the entire e-pennant race schedule for the 2020 season.
The regular season standings were announced.

Yokohama DeNA BayStars won the Central League championship.

Yokohama DeNA BayStars

The Yokohama DeNA BayStars won the Central League championship for the second time in two years.
According to Yuya Kawai, the captain of the team, "I was trying to make the team feel comfortable in the game," and it was clear that he was trying to bring the team together and bring out the best in each player.
While most people would be satisfied with just winning the championship, he is enthusiastic, saying, "As the league champion, I think I deserve to beat the teams that made it to the final stage and go on to the e-Japan Series.
The standings for the second place and below, including the winner, are as follows

  • Yokohama DeNA Bay Stars (1st place)
  • Hanshin Tigers (2nd place)
  • Yomiuri Giants (3rd place)
  • Hiroshima Toyo Carp (4th place)
  • Tokyo Yakult Swallows (5th)
  • Chunichi Dragons (6th)

The Pacific League champion was the Fukuoka Softbank Hawks.

Fukuoka Softbank Hawks

The next winner of the Pacific League was the Fukuoka Softbank Hawks, led by captain Sota Kagaya, who also won the individual title of " Best Proleague Player (BPP).
This was the first time for the Hawks to win the championship, and in his comments after the victory, he said, "My teammates fought carefully in each game and looked forward to the next game even after losing. The team's attitude of not throwing the spoon and greedily seeking victory may have contributed to their victory.
He also expressed his desire to play in the upcoming "e-Climax Series," and we can't help but have high expectations not only for this victory, but also for his performance in this series.
The standings, including the winner, are as follows

  • 1st place: Fukuoka Softbank Hawks
  • Orix Buffaloes (2nd place)
  • Saitama Seibu Lions (3rd place)
  • No. 4 Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters
  • No. 5 Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles
  • 6th place: Chiba Lotte Marines

The Chiba Lotte Marines won the Central and Pacific League eExchange Tournament.

Chiba Lotte Marines

The Chiba Lotte Marines won the Central League and the Pacific League eExchange Tournaments held after the Central League and Pacific League.
Surprisingly, the Chiba Lotte Marines won not only this year, but also the last time, making this the second year in a row that they have won the championship.
The captain of the Pacific League champion Fukuoka Softbank Hawks, Sota Kagaya, also commented that the Saitama Seibu Lions were a "formidable foe," so it is easy to see why he was so pleased with their victory.

After the e-Pennant Race and the Central and Pacific League e-Exchange Games, the e-Climax Series and thee-Japan Series will follow.
For more information on the standings and results of each league in the eBASEBALL Pro League, please visit the official eBASEBALL Pro League website.


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