A representative of pitcher Kodai Senga, who is aiming to transfer from professional baseball Softbank to the major leagues, responded to an interview, saying that pitcher Senga "has already visited teams in six or seven cities for interviews." revealed.

29-year-old pitcher Senga is a Softbank ace who has won double digits for seven consecutive years, and is aiming to transfer to the major leagues next season by exercising the right of FA = free agency, including overseas.

Joel Wolfe, Senga's agent, responded to an interview in San Diego, where the Major League Baseball Winter Meeting was held on the 6th, and said about Senga, "From 6 teams to 12 teams are interested. They want a contract and there are offers for five or six years," he said.

Senga went to the United States last month, visited teams in six or seven cities, and met with team executives such as general managers and managers.

In the interview, he asked each team how to improve his pitching, and Mr. Wolf said, "He is very enthusiastic about research. He was always winning with the Hawks, so a team that can win is desirable. I guess," he said.

The American media reported that Senga visited San Diego, New York, and San Francisco, and New York-based Mets manager Showalter revealed that he had an interview with Senga at the press conference on this day. rice field.