10 consecutive wins, monsters, new year’s romance with the same-aged actress.
Japan’s Nippon Ham Fighters pitcher Kosei Yoshida (aged 20) was excited at the news that he had good luck in dating.
Japan’s Nikkan Sports said on the 11th, “Yoshida saw her fortune for the new year, and it said she was lucky to be in a relationship. ‘Here comes the waiting man. There will be a surprise,’ it said. “I was eager to date an actress of the same age,” Yoshida said 토토놀이터
Yoshida immediately replied, “I like it,” when the name of the same-aged actress Minami Hamabe appeared in a video interview with Nikkan Sports. But I couldn’t hide my excitement by myself, saying, “It’s too much, right?” Hamabe is a well-known actor in Korea for his film ‘I Want to Eat Your Pancreas.’
Yoshida lifted Kanaeashi Nongo to the final of the Summer Koshien (Japanese High School Baseball Championship) tournament for the first time in Akita Prefecture in 2018, and was called “Koshien Star” for his monstrous pitching of 10 consecutive games to the preliminary and finals. He joined the team in October of that year after receiving the first nomination from Nihon Ham. The back number was given the ace’s symbol number 18.
He also has ties to Korea. At the 2018 Asian Youth Baseball Championship in Miyazaki, South Korea’s Kim Dae-han (21, Doosan) hit a three-run home run and lost the game.
In his debut season, he was not good with a 12.27 ERA in four games, one win, three losses and 11 innings. The same goes for the second year of the 2020 season. He played 20ﬁ innings in five games, losing two games and posting an ERA of 8.41.
Yoshida is reportedly focusing on training with the goal of starting the opening game. He also threw his first bullpen pitch on Wednesday and threw 20 pitches.