As I've previously mentioned Shota Imanaga of the Baystars is spending much of this offseason in Australia pitching for the Canberra Cavalry. Yesterday he threw six perfect innings against Geelong-Korea while striking out seven in a game that Canberra won 6-0. The Cavalry's pitching staff only gave up one hit the entire game - a single by Han-Gyeol Joh in the seventh inning off Imanaga's DeNA teammate Yuki Kuniyoshi. You might be less impressed with Imanaga's outing if you knew that Geelong-Korea was having an absolutely miserable season - after today's loss they are now 4-20 on the season*. However Imanaga is having an outstanding stint Down Under. This start against Geelong-Korea was his fifth of the season and he actually had his fewest strikeouts in this game (his previous totals were 10, 10, 9 and 8). He's 3-0 in those five starts, having struck out 44 batters in 29 innings. He's only given up 13 hits, two earned runs and one walk in those 29 innings.
*The ABL added two new teams this year and the established teams have been feasting on them - the Auckland Tuatara, the other new team, is 7-16 but three of those wins came against Geelong-Korea. The other six teams in the league are all over .500.
Here's a card of Imanaga from the "First Draft Pick" subset of the 2017 BBM Baystars team set (#DB77). The subset featured the Baystars top pick in the 2014-16 drafts - Yasuaki Yamasaki (2014), Imanaga (2015) and Haruhiro Hamaguchi (2016).