The member who won the WBC in 2006 will play as an active player again this year. Munenori Kawasaki, an infielder from the Japanese national team, has re-signed with the Tochigi Golden Braves of the BC League, an independent league in Japan. He joined Tochigi in August 2020 and is his fourth season this year.
Born in 1981, 42 years old, still a professional player. Kawasaki said, “I’m looking forward to playing with my new teammates again. I want to help the team.” He played in 52 games last year, recording a batting average of .261 (30 hits in 115 at-bats) and 12 RBIs without a home run.바카라사이트
The BC League is mainly composed of young players aiming to join a professional team. Even though he is at the age to be a leader beyond bullying, Sawasaki is still full of passion.
4th pick by the Softbank Hawks, debuted as a pro in 2001. He was a leading shortstop in Japanese professional baseball in his prime. He ranked first in hits (171) and stolen bases (42) in the 2004 Pacific League as a Hota Junjok. In 2006 and 2009, he participated as the WBC Japan representative and contributed to consecutive championships. In 2006, he started as a shortstop for Joo-Jun and in 2009 as a third baseman.
He had an extraordinary spirit of challenge.