Yankees Masahiro Tanaka Camping pitch at the camp February 18 12:00
Major league Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka pitched for the first time in the camp at the camp on the pitch.
Yankees pitcher Tanaka practiced against batters for the first time on the fifth day of his camp in Tampa, Florida.
Tanaka played against four batters, and the first right batter caught a fastball and was carried to the center.
The right batter of the second shot was a short goro with a slider, the third left batter was a second goro with a fastball, and the fourth right batter was a light fly with a cut ball.
In addition, in the pitching with a bullpen before this practice, Gerrit Cole who was transferred with a contract of 35.3 billion yen, the highest ever in pitchers, watches over, and after the pitch, Cole pitcher pitches to Tanaka There were occasions where we asked for form advice.
Mr. Tanaka commented on pitching in the actual fighting style, "It was a first time at the camp, so there was variation, but it was good that I was thrown firmly."
Aaron Boone said, "I wanted the slider to be a bit more sharp today, but the cut ball I was working on was good.
Tanaka plans to practice in an actual battle for the open game starting on this month.