Sosuke Genda, who won the title of the stealing king for the first time in professional baseball Seibu this season, has renewed his contract for next season with an estimated annual salary of 190 million yen, an increase of 40 million yen.
This season, Genda won the title of the stealing king for the first time with 24 stolen bases, and also won the Golden Glove Award for the fourth time in a row for four years in a short time.
He also participated in the Tokyo Olympics and contributed to winning the gold medal in Japan.
On the 5th, Genda negotiated with the team at the team office in Tokorozawa City, Saitama Prefecture, and renewed the contract for next season with an estimated annual salary of 190 million yen, an increase of 40 million yen.
Genda said, "I think it was well evaluated. I think there are a few defensive errors this season, so I'd like to practice to improve the accuracy. I want to. "
On top of that, he said, "While I was withdrawn due to injury this season, I was watching games on TV and my desire to stand on the ground became very strong. I want to do my best with the goal of participating in all games next season." Showed enthusiasm.
In addition, 30-year-old Hotaka Yamakawa, who finished 24 home runs with a batting average of 20%, 3 minutes and 2 minutes this season, renewed his contract for next season at 130 million yen, down 40 million yen.
Yamakawa said, "I'm sorry, but my feelings are moving to the next. For the past two years, I've had a lot of pain because I'm unlikely to get results. However, the feeling of hitting at the autumn camp is the home run king. It was more responsive than when I took it. I think I'll be able to get the numbers I can expect next year. "Keywords: