‘Bad Boy Cy Young Young Winner’ Official explanation of knife ceremony before debut in Japan “Consulted with the club”

Topicity is also number one.

Trevor Bauer (32), the ‘Bad Boy Cy Young Award Winner’, explained through the club’s official account that there was a misunderstanding about his strikeout ‘knife ceremony’.

Ahead of his first appearance in Japan on the 3rd, Bauer said, “If I strike out, I will do a knife ceremony. I hope that the fans will also be with us.”

The controversy escalated when team finisher Yamazaki expressed his disapproval of this.

However, Yamazaki personally went to Bauer to explain his remarks, and Bauer accepted it, and the matter subsided without any problems.먹튀검증

In response, the Yokohama club announced an official position to prevent further controversy from spreading.

On the 3rd, the Yokohama club said, “Before yesterday’s game, we had a discussion with Yamazaki about the field direction related to Bauer’s performance (SWORD Celebration). The club explained to Yamazaki the perception that directing and sending are purely with the intention of sharing joy with the fans,” he said. After visiting Japan, we discussed whether there is a problem even before starting the 2nd Army. In addition, the club also supported it, and I thought of it as a production that fans could be delighted with.”

Bauer made a surprise announcement on February 14 that he would join Yokohama.

After being released from the LA Dodgers due to an assault problem, he was a problem child who could not find his team. However, he was given a new opportunity in Japanese professional baseball, not in the major leagues.

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