Hiroshima professional baseball team kicked off its month-long training camp on the morning of the 27th, and head coach Takahiro Arai said, ``The young players showed off.I want them to continue to compete at a high level in the future.'' I wanted more competition.

Hiroshima will hold a camp in Nichinan City, Miyazaki Prefecture from the 1st to the 13th of this month, and in Okinawa City, Okinawa Prefecture from the 15th, and on the final day, the 27th, they will have about 2 hours of general practice in the morning, including batting and fielding practice. I did it.

During camp, pitcher Aren Kuri was told by Coach Arai that he would be pitching for the first time in his 11th year as a professional, and he appeared relaxed as he adjusted his game by playing catch.

As for the fielders, young outfielders were fiercely competing for position, and on the 27th, third-year player Shunsuke Tamura and others were swinging their bats until the end.

At the end of practice, everyone went out onto the field, and Shota Dobayashi, the president of the players, took the lead and clasped his hands, marking the start of a camp that lasted about a month.

Coach Arai said, ``I'm glad to see the young players showcasing themselves during the Okinawa training camp.Everyone is an MVP.I want them to compete at an even higher level as we head into the season.''

The team will return to Hiroshima on the 27th, and will continue to make adjustments through open games and other events in preparation for the opening game against DeNA on the 29th of next month.