Hiroshima Carp practiced for the first time in about a month and a half 1 troops players gathered in the fan may 21 15:47
In anticipation of the season opener next month, Hiroshima, a professional baseball team, was opened to the fans as the players of the armed forces gathered together for the first time in about a month and a half.
Carp has been practicing in a group to prevent infection with the new coronavirus.
As the 12-team team aimed to open the 19th of next month at the shortest possible time, the team gathered the first team of the team in a row for the first time in about a month and a half since April 7 at Mazda Stadium in Hiroshima City.
On the ground, coach Shinji Sasaoka and the players became a wider circle, and the practice was started with the voice of Kosuke Tanaka, who was the chairman of the players’ team.
The players kept their distance and worked out their sweat after doing warm-ups with a smile.
Coach Sasaoka said, “I feel the joy of being able to get together and practice. I’d like to prepare well and show good play when I start.”
In addition, while the practice was open to fans living in the prefecture selected for the draw, and measures such as sitting at intervals in the seat sit in the seat disinfected to prevent infection were taken, about 300 fans were enjoying taking pictures of the players they were looking for.
The man said, “I think the players are the hardest because the day when we can’t play continues. I think the spread of the infection is gradually coming to an end, so I hope it will start as soon as possible.”
Daisuke Tanaka, Chairman
Kosuke Tanaka, the chairman of the players’ team, said, “I’m happy that the players can get together and play, and i feel very close. I think we’re going to have a real-world practice in the future, so I’d like to focus on the opening.”