The Seattle Mariners renewed Japanese reducer Yoshihisa Hirano from the hurt checklist Friday after deactivating him complying with a favorable examination for the story coronavirus.
The 36-year-old Hirano signed up with the Mariners throughout the offseason after 2 years with the National League’s Arizona Diamondbacks and also 12 with the Orix Buffaloes of Japan’s Pacific League.
Yoshihisa Hirano of the Seattle Mariners stands in the bullpen prior to a video game versus the Texas Rangers at T-Mobile Park on August, 21, 2020 in Seattle, Washington. The Mariners won 7-4. (Getty/Kyodo)
Baseball: Mariners’ Hirano signs up with group after screening coronavirus-cost-free
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Seattle supervisor Scott Servais claimed he was eager to have a bottle with Hirano’s experience in the bullpen, however initially wished to utilize him in less-intense circumstances to alleviate him back right into activity.
The right-hander returned to training this month at the Mariners’ Triple-A group’s centers.