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這個是對松版大輔的球路的文章,想請翻譯高手能幫我翻譯,感激不盡。 Matsuzaka possesses numerous pitches in his repertoire: a four-seam fastball that ranges from 91-94 mph (146-151 km/h) (occasionally clocking 97 mph or 156 km/h) with some late movement, a two-seam fastball in the low 90s (145-150 km/h), a cut fastball in the high 80s (140-143... 顯示更多 這個是對松版大輔的球路的文章,想請翻譯高手能幫我翻譯,感激不盡。
Matsuzaka possesses numerous pitches in his repertoire: a four-seam fastball that ranges from 91-94 mph (146-151 km/h) (occasionally clocking 97 mph or 156 km/h) with some late movement, a two-seam fastball in the low 90s (145-150 km/h), a cut fastball in the high 80s (140-143 km/h), a slider in the mid 80s (135-138 km/h), a curveball at about 80 (129 km/h), a forkball, and a screwball-like changeup.

His changeup (breaks like a screwball, similar to Pedro Martínez's change) is commonly confused with the gyroball. According to a documentary done by TV Asahi (footage below), the gyroball is a pitch that is thrown with a bullet-like spin and is designed to have little to no movement. When the angle of the axis is slightly altered, it can have a sudden break as it reaches home plate, and, thus, can be devastating for a batter. However, Matsuzaka still has yet to publicly admit that he can throw a gyroball. The same documentary explains this in two ways: that Matsuzaka wants to keep his pitch a secret, or that he has never been able to intentionally throw the gyroball because it is a random result of him pitching a fastball. Along with Matsuzaka, Hideo Nomo, Nobuyuki Hoshino, and several major leaguers have been confirmed to be able to throw this mystical pitch. Daisuke usually pitches the gyroball a few times a game, albeit inadvertently.
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