Doosan Bears’ new head coach Lee Seung-yeop (47), who is about to debut at the command tower, invited a special ‘one-time instructor’ to the spring camp in Sydney, Australia.
Manager Lee asked left-hande먹튀검증r Hisanori Takahashi (48), whom he had worked with during his time with the Yomiuri Giants, to be a pitching instructor during the camp.
On the 9th, the first day of joining Doosan camp, Takahashi said, “Coach Lee got along well when we played together at Yomiuri and he was a very gentleman. If it wasn’t for Coach Lee Seung-yeop, he wouldn’t have come to Australia.” Rather, I try to approach it by talking to the players and telling them that there are different ways and ways of thinking.”
Takahashi had a splendid active career. After joining Yomiuri in 2000, he established himself as a full-time starting pitcher from the first year of his debut and achieved outstanding results with a 3.18 earned run average of 9 wins and 6 losses in 24 games (23 starts).
His peak was in 2007. He showed the appearance of a top-class starting pitcher in Japanese professional baseball with an average ERA of 2.75 with 14 wins and 4 losses in 28 games (27 starts). In the 2009 season, he contributed to Yomiuri’s combined victory in the Central League and Japan Series by doing his part with 25 starts, 10 wins, 6 losses, and an average ERA of 2.94.