Senga Kodai almost became like Corea…Abnormalities found..

Senga Kodai almost became like Corea…Abnormalities found in the physical

Right-hander Senga Kodai (30), who signed a five-year, $75 million contract with the New York Mets, was also found to have been difficult in the physical process.

Senga Kodai

The “New York Post” introduced the behind-the-scenes story of the Senga contract process on the 2nd.

They said physical reasons why he, who has a maximum speed of 100 miles and a forkball called a “ghost pitch” and has a 2.59 ERA and five winning rings in Japan, signed for a little more than Taihuan Walker.

According to this, Senga’s physical was able to pass thanks to “an invisible joint effort by both sides.” For now, like Carlos Correa, he prevented the contract from going wrong.

Senga played 224 games and 1,089 innings in 11 seasons for Softbank in Japan’s professional baseball league. The pitcher’s arms wear out as he uses them, so it’s no wonder there’s something wrong.

There have been cases in which pitchers from Japanese professional baseball have affected their physical conditions during the contract process. Kenta Maeda said, “Before the 2016 season,He signed an eight-year, $25 million contract with Juss, which was later revealed to have affected his elbow condition. He played 762 innings in 169 games in six seasons before undergoing Tommy John surgery.

The New York Post said the Mets club is confident that Senga will be able to throw healthy in the 2023 season.

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