Yankees Tanaka Received a hit at the head Detailed inspection at the hospital July 5 7:48

Major League Baseball Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka pitched for practice-style practice at the team's camp restarted on the 4th, but was hit by a head. I have been inspected at the hospital because I can walk by myself depending on the team.

The Yankees camp was suspended in mid-March due to the spread of the new coronavirus, but was restarted on the 4th at the Yankee Stadium in New York, one day later than other teams.

On the first day of the resumption, pitcher Tanaka pitched in practice-style practice, but he fell into the mound after receiving a liner's ball at the head in a match with his main player, Giancarlo Stanton.

A few minutes later, pitcher Tanaka stood up and left the field with the help of his trainer.

According to the team, pitcher Tanaka has a clear answer and can walk on his own, but he is undergoing a detailed examination at the hospital to check the degree of injury.

Pitcher Tanaka returned to Japan after the opening of the big league in late March was postponed and made adjustments, but he went to the United States again when the camp restarted on the 4th and pitched in the actual battle format from the first day. It showed the possible adjustment.