Shinya Hasegawa, who joined the professional baseball Seibu as a training player and can protect multiple positions in the infield and outfield, has been registered as a controlled player who can participate in the match of the 1st army.

20-year-old Hasegawa joined Seibu last year in 2nd place in training from Tsuruga Kehi High School in Fukui, and has the defensive power and bold batting that can protect multiple positions in the infield and outfield.



He has played 31 games in the 2nd army this season, and has a batting average of 30%, 1 minute, 9 home runs, 4 home runs, and 16 RBIs.



On the 2nd, Hasegawa signed a contract with the team as a controlled player who can participate in the match of the 1st army, and the number has been changed from 122 to 63.



Hasegawa said, "I'm surprised and honestly happy. I've been practicing everyday to play an active part in the 1st army, so I think I've finally become a player under control today and finally stood at the starting line."



On top of that, he said, "I have legs and shoulders, but in order to become a player who can be used in the 1st army, batting has been an issue during the training period. I want to be a player who can protect the infield and outfield at a high level and aim for a triple three." I talked about enthusiasm.

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