Yokohama DeNA Baystars foreign pitcher Edwin Escobar (31) complained of suffering from fans’ excessive criticism towards him.

Daily Sports, a Japanese media, reported on the 3rd, “Escobar released a message of criticism posted on social media after the game on the 2nd through Twitter that day.”

Escobar is a left-handed pitcher from Venezuela who recorded 1 win, 2 losses and an average ERA of 7.01 in 27 major league games (25⅔ innings). Since 2017 he has been playing in Nippon Professional Baseball. His career record is 20 wins, 22 losses, 137 holds and 5 saves in 357 games (362⅔ innings) with an earned run average of 3.08.

Escobar, who is in his 7th year in Japanese professional baseball this year, is off to a bad start with an ERA of 9.00 in 2 games (2 innings) and 1 hold. He struggled with 2 hits (1 home run), 1 walk, 1 strikeout and 2 runs in 1 inning at Hanshin War on the last 2 days.

The Daily Sports reported that fans who were angry at the lackluster pitching made threats or racist comments against Escobar’s family, such as “You insulted me after yesterday’s game,” “All of my family will die in a car accident,” and “Shameless black animal.” He explained that he had sent a message. 먹튀검증

“No player is more dedicated to baseball and the team than I am,” Escobar said. I am working hard at 200% in every game every day. My teammates and I try to bring joy to the fans every game. But these messages really bother me. He pointed out that the criticism message was excessive, saying, “I get angry when I touch my family.

When fans sent excessive messages to Escobar, the Yokohama club once again shared the statement that Nippon Professional Baseball gave to fans on the 29th of last month, ‘Request for messages sent to players such as social media to professional baseball fans’ and said, “Thank you for your always support. . We hope that fans will refrain from indiscreet acts such as excessive criticism so that they can use social media in a pleasant way. In addition, legal action can be taken against illegal messages such as insults or threats.”

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