He was the best hitter in Japan… ‘Strike Genius’ who missed the 5th game, hamstring return Yoshida missed again after 4 games

He was also left out of the starting lineup.

Masataka Yoshida (30), an outfielder for the Boston Red Sox, who suffered from poor batting, will miss the home game with the Minesta Twins on the 20th (hereinafter Korean time). He was removed from the starting roster in just four games after returning from a hamstring injury. Including the 4 games he missed due to a hamstring injury, he is on the bench for the 5th game.

Boston coach Alex Cora said, “I gave him a break considering his leg condition. 메이저사이트I will play as a designated hitter in tomorrow’s game.” He’s back from a hamstring injury, but it’s not complete.

The number of designated hitters has increased recently. In the game the previous day, he played in left field for the first time after a hamstring injury and went 0-for-5.

In the game on the 20th, Justin Turner started at number 3 – designated hitter, and Jaren Duran, called up from the minor leagues, started at number 8 – left fielder.

The starting pitcher for the Minnesota Twins on the 21st is Kenta Maeda (35). Two days ago, he faced Shohei Ohtani (29, Los Angeles Angels) in a head-to-head pitching match, and will face a Japanese pitcher again.

Yoshida struck out on a swing in his first major league game against Ohtani. No hit in 1 at bat. After the game was suspended for over an hour due to rain, Ohtani was substituted. During Nippon Professional Baseball, when he was a member of the Orix Buffaloes, he recorded no hits in six at-bats, including five confrontations with Ohtani, who was a member of the Nippon Ham.

In his debut season in the major leagues, sluggish batting continued from the beginning.

On the 17th, after returning from injury, he had no hits in 11 at-bats in 3 games, 1 hit in 20 at-bats, and a batting average of 5 pennies in the last 6 games.

As of the 19th, he has a batting average of 1.6 7 Lee (8 hits in 48 at-bats), 1 home run, and 6 RBI. He started as the fourth hitter in the opening game, which was his major league debut, and is going downhill after flashing in the early stages.

Yoshida was the best hitter in Japanese professional baseball with a career batting average of ‘3027’.

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