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The Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks are hoping the veteran infielder can get back into the swing of things down on the farm.
The superstar’s curveball has been clocked at 2,583 revolutions per minute, and been compared to future MLB Hall of Famer Clayton Kershaw’s.
Not nearly as sharp as he was in his previous two appearances, the Marines ace was tagged for two runs in a 6-3 win...
Tigers slugger Teruaki Sato, Giants rookie closer Taisei Ota and Marines catcher Ko Matsukawa are shining for their respective teams.
Manager Tadahito Iguchi decided to limit the young right-hander to eight innings, citing the desire to rest the 20-year-old’s arm.