Eleven new players who joined the professional baseball team Hiroshima entered the dormitory of the baseball team on the 7th, and pitcher Takumi Kurohara, who was ranked first in the draft, said, "I want to do my best to survive the season."

Eleven new players, including trained players, arrived at the player dormitory in Hatsukaichi City before 10 am and entered their rooms with suitcases and other items.

Of these, pitcher Kurohara, a left-handed pitcher who joined the team from Kansai Gakuin University in the first place in the draft, is called the "promotion room" used by pitchers Kenta Maeda, Masato Morishita, and Ryoji Kuribayashi who are active in the major leagues. I entered Room 104.

Pitcher Kurohara moved into the dormitory with the tie he got from the manager of the baseball club in junior high school, and he said, "I'm looking forward to seeing you again." I want to. "

He said, "I'm happy to be in the career room. I want to practice hard so that I can play an active part in the 1st army and do my best to survive the season."

In addition, pitcher Shohei Mori, a left-handed pitcher who joined the team from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries West in 2nd place in the draft, brought in a custom-made pillow given by a friend.

Pitcher Mori said, "My friend is talking about sleep being important and I am particular about bedding. I want to do my best to stay in the army and play an active part for a year."

The new players will start joint training on the 8th and prepare for the camp from next month.