“It’s okay to become a player representing Japan” DeNA Masters recognize the next star candidate | Full-Count

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Kazuya Fujita, who returned from Rakuten for the first time in 10 years, boasts two best nines and three GG awards.

Kazuya Fujita infielder who returned to Yokohama DeNA BayStars for the first time in 10 years this season. The members are completely different from when they were enrolled last time, and he says, “I feel the momentum of young players.” Among them, Keito Mori infielder, who is in his third year of high school, is looking forward to it. He praises the next-generation star candidate, who is proud of his strong shoulders, as “a player who represents Japan.”

He developed left calf tension and spent about two months at the farm from mid-February. Although he was a rehab group and he “couldn’t communicate much through play,” he touched on many young talents.

It was Mori, who was ranked first in the 2019 draft, that caught the eye of Fujita, who said, “Many players have a high level of possession, one by one.” “I have something that I envy. It’s strange to say this, but I have the potential to become a player representing the BayStars and a player representing Japan.” Was praised.

Mori says, “I’m also looking forward to doing something just by looking at it.”

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