Will Cy Young Young pitcher, who lost 7 runs, overcome the weakness of quick motion against Japanese microscope baseball?

Cy Young Award winner Trevor Bauer (Yokohama), who entered the Japanese professional baseball league, will make his third start.

Bauer will pitch as a starting pitcher in the match against the Hiroshima Toyo Carp held at Yokohama Stadium on the 16th.

Suspended for more than a year and a half for sexual assault, Bauer, who was released from the Los Angeles Dodgers in the major leagues in December of last year, signed a contract with Yokohama and entered Asian baseball.

Bauer became the winning pitcher with 7 innings and 1 run against Hiroshima in his last 3 Japanese debut. However, he was battered in the last 9 days against Yomiuri with 11 hits, 3 home runs and 7 runs in 6 innings.

Bauer, who took six days off after a bitter loss, will make up for the sluggishness against Hiroshima, where he won his first victory. Yokohama is currently on a five-game losing streak. After Bauer lost against Yomiuri on the 9th, five starting pitchers became losing pitchers one after another and fell into a losing streak.

According to Japanese media, Bauer participated in pitching training at Yokohama Stadium on the 15th and adjusted his condition with a catch ball. “I want to stop the losing streak,” Bauer said.

In the match against Yomiuri on the 9th, he revealed his weakness in quick motion. Yomiuri recorded two stolen bases. “It’s too early to change anything drastically now,” says Bauer. However, it was not enough to care about runners to some extent. We will respond at the right time,” he said.

Hiroshima has experience dealing with it once.메이저사이트 threw well again. Bauer showed his determination to break the team’s losing streak, saying, “(Yomiuri match) the choice of pitch or location was wrong,” and “I will prepare more than the data the opponent has.” In the game against Yomiuri, he threw a lot of breaking balls and allowed a lot of hits.

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