Former Hawk Shinnosuke Haya was hit by a pitch from former colleague Junpei Takahashi during a tryout and left midway through.
Outfielder Shinnosuke Haya, who was notified by Softbank that he was out of action, was hit by a pitch during the “12-team joint tryout” on the 15th, and regrettably left the team midway through. As a result of the test, he was diagnosed with a mild muscle strain, but he was concerned about his former colleague, pitcher Junpei Takahashi, who told him, “Mr. Takahashi is not bad.”
It was his first at-bat. Jun Takahashi’s cut ball hit his left shin directly. The pain did not subside after that, and he appeared in four at-bats, but all of them were retired. He had about two at-bats left, but he left the game. After the match, Haya was on her way home and saw slander against Jun Takahashi. I saw bad things written about him on social media and in the comment section of the news.
“It was the result of both of us doing our best. There was a lot of slander and slander… Mr. Takahashi is not at fault.” Hit by pitches are common in baseball. While he was happy to receive messages from fans expressing concern for his safety, he also felt that “I don’t want Takahashi-san to be blamed.”
The pain is still the same even after a day. He once again aimed for the NPB stage, but it ended in incomplete combustion. “I don’t know what will happen, but I’ll wait for good news.” First of all, I will heal my injury and prepare myself so that I can be called upon at any time.