[Central News Agency] The Japanese team of the 2023 World Baseball Classic (WBC) will face off against Mexico in the semi-finals at 7:00 a.m. Taiwan time on the 21st to compete for the last ticket to the final.

Japanese media pointed out that Daisuke Matsu, known as the "Heisei Monster", will kick off the match against Mexico in Japan.

"Nikkan Sports" reported that the 42-year-old Matsu (Turban) has played for the Seibu Lions of the Japanese professional baseball team, the MLB Boston Red Sox and other teams. He has 170 wins in Japan and the United States and is a legend in the baseball world.

Japan once won consecutive WBC championships in 2006 and 2009, and Matsu (Turban) also won the MVP. In the two competitions, they had 6 wins and 6 wins, which is the most record in Japan's history.

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The top 4 matches and finals of this year's WBC are in the Loan Depot Stadium, home of the Miami Marlins in the major leagues.

Song (Turkish) played for the New York Mets in this stadium, for fans in the United States and Japan, tomorrow's tee will be a noteworthy shot.

Song (Turkish Rebellion) has arrived at Loan Depot Stadium for an interview.

On the 19th local time, he had contact with the 21-year-old "Reiwa Monster" Ryoki Sasaki who will serve as the starter of the Japanese team tomorrow.

Both Heisei and Reiwa are Japanese era names.

The first year of Heisei is 1989, the first year of Reiwa is 2019, and this year is the fifth year of Reiwa.

Born in 1980 in Koto-ku, Tokyo, Japan, Matsu (Turban) Daisuke was a pitcher. He used to be a player under the Seibu Lions of the Japanese professional baseball team. Will wait in line.

Nicknamed "Heisei Monster", the American media nicknamed him Dice-K.

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