Third baseman who has cleared 20 hits for the second year in a row since 2017
Hiroshima announced on the 17th that it had acquired former Athletics outfielder Matt Davidson as a new overseas player. For the two years since 2017, he is attractive for his slugging power, having hit 20 home runs for two consecutive years with the White Sox. He has hit 54 home runs in the major leagues.
Davidson is a right-handed cannon who can defend third base and first. This season, he has played in 13 major league games with two teams, the Diamondbacks and Athletics, with a .147 batting average and two home runs. In 3A, he played in 86 games with two teams and left a good record of .310 and 32 home runs.
Through the team, he said, “I’m really looking forward to playing in Hiroshima, and I’m grateful. I’m getting ready to have a great season, and I can’t wait to play. Thank you for your support.” there
(Full Account editorial section)