The Corona Virus donated by Tsutsuka to his hometown, etc.

The Corona Virus May 22, 19:40

In response to the decision to cancel national high school baseball in the summer, Tsutsuka Yoshitomo, who moved to the Rays of the Major Leagues this season, decided to donate to Yokohama City, where the high school where he graduated, and Hashimoto City, Wakayama Prefecture, where he graduated.
Reyes’ Tsutsuka is continuing his voluntary training in late March because he is unable to use the baseball team facilities and other private training gyms in the United States due to the spread of the new coronavirus.

Under these events, the tournaments of elementary and junior high school students, including the national high school baseball tournament in the summer, have been canceled one after another, and we decided to donate to Yokohama City, where Tsutsuka graduated from Yokohama High School, where Tsutsuka graduated, and Hashimoto City, Wakayama Prefecture, where he graduated, especially in order to encourage high school students, junior high school students, and elementary school students.

And the fact that the major league season hasn’t started yet, he said, “I think a lot of people are having a hard time with the spread of coronavirus. I never imagined that my first year of major challenges would be like this. Now we are preparing for the opening of the season.”

He then said, “I think the situation will be different from each other, but now is the time to show each other wisdom and courage, and let’s overcome this situation.”