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Shigeki Terashima, who is not Yakult’s strength, retires Dora 1 in 2016 with one win in total… Thoughts on SNS “Thanks to baseball” | Full-Count

In 2020, he pitched in 30 games as a middleman, but this season he did not pitch in the first army.

It was revealed on the 18th that pitcher Shigeki Terashima, who had been notified by Yakult that he was out of force, will retire from active duty at the end of this season. On his own Instagram, he wrote, “Thank you for holding the ball and thanking baseball for 18 years.”

Joined the team from Riseisha High School in 1st place in the 2016 draft, and has been expected as a future ace candidate. After making his first army debut in his rookie year, he pitched in 30 games as a middleman in 2020. Although he won his first professional victory, he had only one game last season, and this season ended without pitching in the first army.

The team announced on the 4th that it would not sign a contract for next season. He pitched in 36 career professional games, recording 1 win, 1 loss, 3 holds, and an ERA of 4.37. He posted a big “thank you” on Instagram. He added, “Thank you for playing baseball for 18 years, and thank you to my family for letting me play baseball. Thank you to all the people I met through baseball.”

(Full-Count editorial department)


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