TOKYO – Daisuke Matsuzaka successfully defeated many injuries during his career as a base in the Baseball and Japan Major League, but this is not good.
The Dragons Chunichi say that Matsuzaka is suffering in his right shoulder after the invasion of the inverter has pulled his hand over during the spring event in Spring training in Okinawa.
Matsuzaka was diagnosed as a result of the incident, and the Dragons said Tuesday that he would not be treated for the time being.
Matsuzaka's 38-year-old has a handicap.
He came back to Japan from the major rows in 2015 with the SoftBank Hawks but had surgery on his right shoulder of that summer. He just started to cope with the Hawks in three seasons before he was released a year ago and signed up to Chunichi after a trial.
Matsuzaka went 6-4 with 3.74 ERA over 55 innings last season and 201
As a teenager, Matsuzaka spent 250 parks in 17 innings in the fourth quarter of the 1998 summer primary baseball competition – one day after a 148-pitch full game match.
Tommy John Surgery was detected in 2011 and with the Boston Red Sox.