The Yokohama Bay Stars announced today that thirty-two-year-old Kentaro Takasaki and thirty-two-year-old Shinji Ohara are retiring.
Takasaki started his career with Yokohama in 2007. He pitched in 178 games and recorded twenty-five wins to forty losses. H also notched a save and eleven holds. He pitched 616.1 innings with a 4.22 ERA and 1.40 WHIP.
Ohara also began his career with Yokohama. He pitched in a career high seventy-one games in his first year. Over his career, he appeared in 243 games, won ten, lost three, saved two, and notched fifty-five holds. He tossed 188.0 innings and finished with a 3.26 ERA and 1.24 WHIP.0 Comments
The media learned that thirty-two-year-old Kentaro Takasaki, thirty-two-year-old Tatsuya Shimozono, thirty-year-old Noriharu Yamazaki, thirty-two-year-old Shinji Ohara, and thirty-four-year-old Masanori Hayashi are not a part of the Yokohama Bay Stars plans for the 2018 season.
[UPDATE 10/3 @ 1:23am]
The media learned on October 1 that Takasaki and Ohara are planning to retire at the end of the season.0 Comments