Seibu Mori is renewed by 200 million yen more than double this season December 4: 19:23
Tomoya Seibu, who won the title of the top batter in the professional baseball and Pacific League and won MVP = best player, is estimated to be more than double this season, an increase of 120 million yen, 200 million Yen renewed contract for next season.
The 6th-year professional player was 30%, 2/9, 9% batting this season, and became the 4th in history for the catcher and the first title batter.
In addition, they contributed to the team's league championship with 23 home runs and 105 RBIs, both of which were the highest for both, and were selected as the MVP of the Pacific League.
Mori players negotiated a contract renewal at the team office in Tokorozawa City, Saitama on the 4th, and concluded a contract for the next season at 200 million yen, an increase of 120 million yen, which is more than double this season. I was
Mori said with a smile, “I was a little timid” about the amount at the conference, and recalled that he played 128 games this season as a catcher.
And with regard to winning the title, he smiled saying, “I was not satisfied with this season because I did n’t expect to win.”
In addition, Daisuke Matsuzaka, who decided to return to Seibu for the first time in 14 years, said, “I don't know what to talk about because it is a legend, but I want to win as much as one win with a battery. I want to do my best to get closer to. "
Lastly, I was asked about my ambitions for the next season, "I wanted to make as many games as I could win with battery this season because there were many matches that were helped by the batting team this season." Showed willingness to grow.