Sports Navi Co., Ltd. A serial column written by former Softbank Hawks manager Kimiyasu Kudo has started!

Sports Navi Co., Ltd.
A serial column written by former SoftBank Hawks manager Kimiyasu Kudo has started!

Sports Navi will start serializing a column “Kimiyasu Kudo’s Baseball File” written by former SoftBank Hawks manager Kimiyasu Kudo from Monday, December 5th.
224 wins in total. It was written by Kimiyasu Kudo, who has been active as a baseball critic since this year, leading the team to the best in Japan five times when he was the manager of Softbank. Based on his own baseball theory and data built up over his long baseball life, he will write a column that will improve the “watching ability” of professional baseball fans. In the memorable first episode, I will talk about what I felt and what I learned from watching professional baseball from behind the net for the first time in a while this season.
-Publication time-
・ 1st: December 5, 2022 (Monday)
・After that, it will be posted at a pace of 1-2 times a week. -URL-
・The first column “The world of professional baseball seen from behind the net” https://sports.yahoo.co.jp/column/detail/2022120200007-spnavi ·Special page
https://sports.yahoo.co.jp/contents/11882
-Author profile-
Kimiyasu Kudo
Born May 5, 1963. Born in Aichi Prefecture. In 1981 from Nagoya Denki High School (currently Aichi Meiden High School), he was drafted 6th by the Seibu Lions and joined the team. Supporting the golden age of Seibu, he was enrolled in the Fukuoka Daiei Hawks, the Yomiuri Giants, and the Yokohama Baystars. During his active career, he won the league championship 14 times and contributed to the number one in Japan 11 times, and was called the winning contractor. He has won 224 wins in total during his active career, and has won many titles such as the best player (MVP) twice, the best ERA four times, and the highest winning percentage four times, and has won the Matsutaro Shoriki Award five times, the most in history. In 2016, he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. After retiring from active duty in 2011, he became the manager of the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks in 2015. In 7 years, he led the team to 3 league titles and 5 top rankings in Japan. Currently active as a baseball critic while continuing his doctoral program at the University of Tsukuba. Conducting research and examination activities for obtaining a doctorate in sports medicine. [Imaged77000-74-3d3fb92d4e80f1dbabec-0.jpg&s3=77000-74-fd513e1d424adaefe5689c52b663df07-800x800.jpg
Professional baseball off-season information is also available on Sports Navi! Although professional baseball has entered the off-season, we are developing various contents to liven up baseball, including
information on stove leagues by team and WBC projects. In addition, the “Sponavi Baseball Bulletin App” also has a function to notify you of the latest information on your favorite team, which is updated daily. Please enjoy baseball information with Sports Navi this winter! Details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000074.000077000.html

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